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Shortlist announced for the 2017 Atlantic Book Awards

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The Awards will be given out in Paul O’Regan Hall, Halifax Central Library, on Thursday, May 18 at 7:00 p.m.

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Diane Carmel Léger tells stories of Acadian survival

in #80 Winter 2015/Features by
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Children’s author Diane Carmel Léger brings Acadian history and culture to life for young readers.

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Bouton d’Or Acadie celebrates coast-to-coast partnership with kindergarten program

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Bonjour la rivière, a beloved children’s book published by New Brunswick-based publishing house Bouton d’Or Acadie, will now be included in the Bienvenue à la maternelle program.

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Lancement de Lili Tutti-Frutti avec l’auteure Édith Bourget

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 Bouton d’or Acadie a de la suite dans les idées ! Après y avoir complété en beauté son année 2014 (avec les lancements d’Un cœur quatre pattes et de Riette l’assiette), l’éditeur jeunesse acadien organise à Edmundston son premier lancement de 2015 ! Le jeudi 12 février prochain, à 9 h le matin, venez célébrer avec l’auteure Édith Bourget la publication de son plus récent album (illustré par l’artiste visuel de Kedgwick, Serge V. Richard) : Lili Tutti-Frutti ! Organisé en étroite collaboration avec la Bibliothèque publique Mgr-W.-J.-Conway d’Edmundston, où se déroulera l’activité devant une cinquantaine d’élèves de…

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Children’s book launch: Piau’s Potato Present at Chapters Moncton in Dieppe

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Bouton d’or Acadie and Chapters are delighted to invite ‘potato-lovers’ of the Greater Moncton area to launch Piau’s Potato Present, the English version of Diane Carmel Léger’s tale : La patate cadeau ou la « vraie » histoire de la poutine râpée, beautifully illustrated by Tamara Thiébaux-Heikalo. The event will take place at Chapters Moncton, Dieppe, on November 30th at 2 pm. The Hackmatack Award-winning author from Memramcook (NB), admired throughout Canada for her books (Maxine’s Tree, Emily Carr’s Attic, La butte à Pétard, etc.), will be present to meet…

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New kids on the children’s book publishing block

in #76 Fall 2014/Features by

Readers often forget that behind every book, there are hours of research, countless drafts, and plenty of marketing meetings. But the whole thing can be just as surprising for new authors and publishers. Recently, Atlantic Books Today spoke with two first-time authors and a new publisher to find what it’s like to be the new kid on the block. Here’s what they told us. Filling gaps Writing a book for young adults seems like a natural step for social worker, actress and producer Wanda Taylor, but the decision to write…

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