Monica-Claire et le parc enchanté


Album jeunesse, à partir de 4 ans
Texte: Ginette Fournier
Illustrations: Chantal Piché

Monica-Claire est bien ennuyée : elle ne sait pas comment elle est arrivée au milieu du parc Provencher, et surtout, elle ne sait pas comment rentrer chez elle.
Soudain, un arbre et un écureuil commencent à lui parler. Et ils ont une idée! Voici donc Monica-Claire en compagnie de Pas d’queue, l’écureuil dodu, à la recherche d’une fée apparemment très pressée…

32 pages couleurs
ISBN 978-2-89611-608-9 | 11,95 $ CAN

Vices et déboires

L97828961154881Texte: Marcien Ferland

Chacune des nouvelles du présent recueil a pour thème général un vice. Dans chaque cas, l’auteur développe un personnage coupable d’un vice, lequel entrainera des déboires. Vices et déboires se veut donc une étude de certaines facettes de la condition humaine.

146 pages




ISBN 978-2-89611-548-8 | 20,00 $

Sioux Lookout

SIoux LookoutText: Barbara J. Bowes

Sioux Lookout and the surrounding municipality have a strong and colourful history, one where the dedication and support of community members are clearly evident.
Located in northwestern Ontario, it is a land of scenic beauty filled with lakes, streams, rocks, trees, and abundant wildlife. Sioux Lookout is a thriving community that boasts a health facility of excellence and a strong educational presence, and is a centre for many government agencies and First Nations Tribal Councils.

Come discover Sioux Lookout, in this elegant and enriching photobook.

About the author Barbara J. Bowes
Barbara’s grandparents, John Arthur and Mattie Lincoln, came to Sioux Lookout circa 1925. Born into a family of five in Sioux Lookout, Barbara attended Central Public School and Queen Elizabeth High School. She left to attend university, and now resides in Winnipeg. She returns regularly to Sioux Lookout and engages in management consulting services in the area.
Barbara hosted a popular radio program for seven years, is a newspaper columnist, and the author of seven books. She is also a management consultant specializing in human resources, an executive coach, and a career specialist. Sioux Lookout continues to hold a special place in Barbara’s heart.

56 pages | Colour
ISBN 978-1-9881822-6-1 | $20.00

The Journal of Étienne Mercier

JournalofEtienneMercierENText by David Bouchard
Paintings by Gordon Miller
In 1853, Étienne Mercier, a French-Canadian voyageur painter, is tasked by his employer to return to the Queen Charlotte Islands and document his travels into Haida territory. A wide-eyed and good-natured Mercier takes the opportunity to try to track down his long-lost friend, Clément, in the wilderness of what would later become the Canadian Pacific coast.Written in Mercier’s own broken English, or Franglais, and punctuated with traditional Canadien folk songs, David Bouchard’s candid glance into the everyday tribulations of a typical voyageur vividly depicts—along with Gordon Miller’s evocative illustrations—life on the colonial frontier in the mid-nineteenth century.

One of Canada’s all-time best-selling authors and most sought-after public speakers, Métis author David Bouchard has presented to hundreds of thousands of educators, parents and students the world over. Through his keynotes and presentations, he champions literacy and promotes Indigenous culture. A former teacher and principal, Bouchard is an award-winning author of over thirty-five best selling books, published in many countries and languages.

In March 1853, Etienne Mercier, a 28-year-old explorer and trapper, is hired by the Hudson Bay Co. to explore the Queen Charlotte Islands. Mercier sets out most enthusiastically on this voyage in a canoe… Mercier scripts a journal in mesmerizing detail of words, illustrations and lyrics. His deep respect for the land, water, wildlife and the Haida Indians is present throughout.
Foreword Magazine Reviews
David Bouchard scores with this quirky concoction of history, art, nature, and folk songs. The Journal of Etienne Mercier, like Bouchard’s previous If You’re Not from the Prairies and The Colours of British Columbia, is a book for most ages. Quill & Quire
Hardcover 8 X 10
40 pages | Colour
ISBN 978-1-9881821-0-0 | $19.95

Parvana, Une enfance en Afghanistan

Parvana une enfance en Afghanistan

Texte de Deborah Ellis

Plus de deux millions d’exemplaires de la trilogie Parvana vendus à travers le monde

Le film animé ‘Breadwinner’, la version anglaise de Parvana: Une enfance en Afghanistan, réalisé par Angelina Jolie-Pitt et dirigé par Nora Twomey, sera diffusé en 2017.

Parvana, onze ans, habite avec sa famille à Kaboul, la capitale de l’Afghanistan. Ils vivent dans une seule pièce dans un immeuble d’appartements à moitié détruit par les bombardements. Son père, qui enseignait l’histoire avant que son école soit bombardée, a subi de graves blessures. Désormais, il travaille assis sur une couverture à même le sol du marché, où il lit des lettres aux gens qui ne savent ni lire ni écrire. Un jour, on l’arrête sous prétexte qu’il a fait des études à l’étranger. La famille de Parvana se retrouve sans personne pour gagner de l’argent ou même pour aller acheter de quoi manger. Alors que les conditions de vie de la famille se détériorent, une seule solution paraît possible. Puisque les filles n’ont pas le droit de travailler, Parvana devra se déguiser en garçon pour subvenir aux besoins de sa famille.

Lorsque Deborah Ellis a entendu parler de la mainmise des Talibans sur l’Afghanistan, en 1996, et des crimes qu’ils perpétraient à l’endroit des femmes et des filles, elle a décidé d’agir.
Ce fut le début d’une aventure qui mena à la parution de la série Parvana. Aujourd’hui, la guerre se poursuit et personne ne peut prédire avec certitude qui en sortira vainqueur. Pour la population afghane, la vie continue. Des personnes comme Parvana, Shauzia et Mme Weera travaillent d’arrache-pied pour permettre aux gens de vivre une vie meilleure. Ce sont ces personnes, ainsi que de très nombreux autres Afghans – femmes, hommes et enfants —, que le monde doit soutenir.

ISBN 978-2-89611-498-6 | 14,95$


CanadaENPhotographs by Mike Grandmaison
Text by Shelagh Rogers

Canada is rich in history and culture. It is the country’s natural beauty that makes it unique in the world.Within its borders are some of the most spectacular and photogenic vistas and wildlife anywhere—from the desolate, sweeping lowlands of the arctic, to the dewy rainforests of the Pacific Northwest, and the sloping, worn stone outcroppings of the Canadian Shield, a blanket of unparalleled beauty unfolds. In this breathtaking coast-to-coast photographic journey across Canada, Mike Grandmaison portrays a country whose seasons are variable and changing, reflecting the many moods of nature in all its glory.

International Award-winning photographer Mike Grandmaison’s stunning nature photography is featured in magazines and publications worldwide such as in National Geographic, Canadian Geographic, Cottage Country, Outdoor Photography Canada and Maclean’s. His best-selling books ‘Canada’ and ‘The Canadian Rockies’ have been reprinted many times over the years.

Shelagh Rogers has been heard on CBC Radio for over 20 years. She began in 1980 hosting shows in Ottawa and Toronto and several later was became deputy host of Peter Gzowski’s Morningside and host of Sounds Like Canada. She lives in British Columbia, and has recently been appointed as Chancellor of the University of Victoria. B.C.
11 in x 11 in • 246 pages
ISBN 978-2-89611-420-7 | $49,95