The uplifting tale of a crow called Jacqueline who lives to sing. After a bruising encounter with opinionated people that crushes her confidence and self-belief, Jacqueline flies south to escape the pain and rediscover her true self. A story that will help anyone who has ever been told they couldn't do something, to stand firm against their critics. Similar titles: Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.
Writer: Mandi Kujawa lives in Banff, Alberta and is a singer, storyteller and also works as a librarian. She runs a youth choir for elementary children in Banff and engages them with her narratives. Jacqueline will be her first written story published. Illustrator: Claude St Aubin is one of Canada's finest comic artists, with his artwork appearing in stories that include X-Men, Captain Canuck and R.E.B.E.L.S. Claude is a Hall of Fame inductee and the recipient of the 2010 Joe ShusterAward for his contribution to the Canadian comic book industry.