Marguerite's Christmas by India Desjardins

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An old woman will no longer leave her house, not even on Christmas. She prefers to stay home, rather than take the risk of falling or coming down with a cold. She settles into the solitude and isolation of her safe, interior world. But just as she's about to enjoy a peaceful dinner in front of the TV, her doorbell rings . . . This is a touching story about overcoming fear and the role of chance in life.

India Desjardins is a journalist and writer who was born in Quebec in 1976.

Pascal Blanchet was born in Quebec in 1980. He is interested in twentieth century design, architecture, and jazz.

 

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Pascal Blanchet was born in 1980 in Trois-Rivieres, a small city about halfway between Montreal and Quebec. He works as an illustrator for numerous companies in North America. His first graphic novel, "La Fugue" (published in French), won the 2005 Bedelys Award for best Quebec graphic album of the year.
 
Published November 3, 2015 by Enchanted Lion Books. 72 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Children's Books.