Acadian Mémère et Nannie and Scottish Nannie seem to have nothing in common but their grandchildren.
Acadian Mémère et Nannie and Scottish Nannie seem to have nothing in common but their grandchildren, but in this endearing picture book from bestselling author Diane Carmel Lé ger and noted illustrator Jean-Luc Trudel, difference is celebrated. A co-publication with New Brunswick’s award-winning Bouton d’or Acadie and simultaneously published in French, Mémère et Nannie et Nannie is a whimsically illustrated, heartwarming tale of the special relationship between grandparents and grandchildren, and a celebration of family, of all shapes and sizes.
|Dimensions||9.5(in) x 10.75(in)|
Diane Carmel Leger is an award-winning bilingual author, who grew up in Memramcook, New Brunswick. She has written a dozen books besides her translations, such as the best-selling Acadian novel La butte a Petard, winner of the Hackmatack Award and the Vancouver Island picture book, Maxine's Tree, a Canadian bestseller.
ean-Luc Trudel lives in Montreal, Quebec. He created the beautiful and colourful illustrations for the picture book Le pit a papa, a charming retelling of the childhood of Prince Edward Island's iconic singer-songwriter Angele Aresnsault. The picture book Ma petite boule d'amour, which he created with celebrated author, playwright and actress Jasmine Dube, was shortlisted for the TD Canadian Children's Literature Award.