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Time: 10:00 - 10:30

Date: 29 November, 2020

Cost: Free

Event Category: Community Events , QWF Events

Website: http://aelaq.org/bookfair/

Location: Crowdcast

Organizer: Read Quebec, View Organizer Website

Story hour comes to your house — c’est l’heure du conte chez vous! Sit your young ones down to hear the story of Little Girl Gazelle, who learned to run before she could walk, as told by author Stéphane Martelly and translator Katia Grubisic.

For kids aged 4-8, in French and English.

Sponsored by Livres Babar Books.

Register here: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/storytime_heureconte

Sponsored by Livres Babar Books.


Writer, painter and scholar, Stéphane Martelly was born in Port-au-Prince and now lives in Montreal. Through a profoundly transdisciplinary approach, she confronts theory, critical reflection and art in her work. She is a professor of creative writing and Research-Creation at Université de Sherbrooke. She is writing a series of fables to think and imagine. Her latest book is L’enfant-gazelle (Remue-Ménage, 2018), Little Girl Gazelle, translation by Katia Grubisic (LLP, 2020).

Katia Grubisic writes poems, made-up stories, and a bunch of boring stuff for grownups. She also translates books, like L’enfant gazelle, from French to English. // Katia Grubisic écrit des poèmes, des histoires qu’elle invente dans sa tête, et plein de choses plates pour les grandes personnes, et elle traduit aussi des livres, comme L’enfant gazelle, du français vers l’anglais.


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