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Children's Fiction Recycling & Green Living

La nouvelle vie de Madame Bouteille (Madam Bottle's New Life)

by (author) Angèle Delaunois

illustrated by Jacinthe Chevalier

Bouton d'or Acadie
Initial publish date
Jun 2021
Recycling & Green Living, Environment, Science & Technology, Business, Careers, Occupations
  • Hardback

    Publish Date
    Jun 2021
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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels

  • Age: 3 to 8
  • Grade: p to 3


During an incredible trip, Madam Bottle and her friend Mister Paper, are in for a... transformative experience! What will Madam Bottle look like after her beauty treatment?

About the authors

Angèle Delaunois was born in France and immigrated to Canada as a young woman. She earned a degree in visual arts at the University of Quebec in Trois-Rivières, where she went on to work as a department head for ten years. Since then she has worked as a textile designer, a manager of book and toy consumer protection reports, the managing editor of the publishers éditions Héritage and éditions Pierre Tisseyre, and the founder of the publishing company éditions de l’Isatis. During that time she has also written books in nearly every genre, with a special love for children’s nonfiction. Angèle’s works have been translated into eight languages and nominated for many prestigious awards.

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Jacinthe Chevalier is an artist who lives, works, gardens and sleeps in Montreal. A graduate of UQAM's Visual and Media Arts program, she paints, carves, sticks, unsticks, cuts, and reuses strange objects, because many beautiful things end up in the bin. She mostly likes to make portraits of imaginary people and funny animals with an uneven amount of legs. Jacinthe Chevalier has illustrated the books Tombent les nuages and Ma maman toute neuve.

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