Gloria sort du moule
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A superb book that celebrates the difference and uniqueness of each person!
An album that explains the difference to children by showing them that we come from different molds and why we are all unique! A beautiful book to put in the library of young people.
My name is Gloria and I'm happy, and a dancer, and laughing and curious... Ah yes, I'm fat too. Well, that's what Rodrigue, a boy in my class, says. But why does everyone laugh when he says that? Word of Gloria, I will solve this riddle…
Themes addressed in this book: bodily identity, self-confidence, acceptance of difference, celebration of uniqueness.
- Author: Guylaine Guay
- Illustrations: Bach
- Publisher: Editions de la Bagnole
- Recommended age: From 6 years old
- Number of pages: 52
- Size: 8.75 X 6.35 X 0.68 inches
- Product of Quebec
About the author
Guylaine Guay is a host, speaker, actress and graduate of the National School of Humor. After the publication of her successful story Two Boys Overboard in 2014, she became the godmother of the Véro & Louis Foundation, whose mission is to build and administer houses that can permanently accommodate elderly people over twenty-one year old living with autism spectrum disorder. Since then, she has published C'est bon d'être moi in 2015, a true ode to self-love, and Mature Lady in 2018, a comic-dramatic reflection on perimenopause. The same year, at Éditions de la Bagnole, was born Capitaine aime-ton-mou, a comic strip playing down the cult of beauty, thinness and youth, then the illustrated album Clovis is always naked in 2019, inspired by his youngest son, where it is a question of the right to be different and of openness towards others. Guylaine Guay's universe is surprising, rich in emotions and humor, but above all full of sweetness.