Toujours Provence - The Singing Toads of St. Pantaléon Summary & Analysis

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The Singing Toads of St. Pantaléon Summary and Analysis

One day at a cafe, Peter overhears two men discussing whether toads can sing. The men were drinking and the debate didn't seem like a serious one. One man is certain that toads cannot sing while the other man claims that a man in St. Pantaléon is training some songs to sing for the bicentennial celebration to take place on July 14th. Although Peter is skeptical, the thought of singing toads intrigues him.

Peter decides to travel to St. Pantaléon to learns if there is any validity to the man's claim about singing toads. His inquiries there lead him to a man named Monsieur Salques. The sign in front of Salques' home indicates that he is a teacher of diverse subjects, including music. Salques is happy to...

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