Call for Proposals: Frances E. Russell Grant / Appel de candidature pour la bourse Frances E. Russell

IBBY Canada Call for Proposals: Frances E. Russell Grant

The Canadian National Section of the International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY Canada) is now accepting proposals for the 2014 Frances E. Russell Grant. The $1,000 grant is intended to support IBBY Canada’s mission “to initiate and encourage research in young people’s literature in all its forms” and is given in support of research for a publishable work (a book or a paper) on Canadian children’s literature.

The deadline for proposals, which may be submitted in English or in French, is December 15, 2014.

The grant supports scholarly work only; works of fiction are not eligible. The types of works that are eligible for the 2014 Frances E. Russell Grant include:

  1. Studies of individual authors and their work, especially if considered in their socio-historical context.
  2. Comparative studies of two or more authors, which illuminate their stylistic differences, or consider their social and historical approaches.
  3. Subject/Genre overviews, for example, children’s fantasy or historical fiction.
  4. Biographical studies of Canadian children’s authors or illustrators.
  5. Studies of Canadian children’s illustrators and their work.
  6. Related subjects including contemporary theoretical approaches to the study of Canadian children’s literature.

The following materials are required: a proposal, a curriculum vitae, a synopsis of methods and stages by which the applicant will pursue the research, and a summary of what the funds are to be used for. The competition is open to Canadian citizens or landed immigrants. Please send proposals as e-mail attachments to: Deirdre Baker, Frances E. Russell Grant Chair, at russell@ibby-canada.org.

Proposals can also be sent by mail to:

IBBY Canada
c/o The Canadian Children’s Book Centre
Suite 217, 40 Orchard View Blvd.
Toronto, ON  M4R 1B9
Attention: Deirdre Baker, Frances E. Russell Grant Chair

A jury, appointed by IBBY Canada, will select the successful applicant by January 31, 2015.

ABOUT IBBY AND THE FRANCES E. RUSSELL GRANT

The Frances E. Russell Grant was established by the late Marjorie Russell in memory of her sister, a long time supporter of IBBY Canada. Past recipients include Bonnie Tulloch, Beverley Brenna, Paulette Rothbauer, Vivian Howard, Gail Edwards and Judith Saltman, Michelle Mulder, André Gagnon, Ronald Jobe, Carole Carpenter, Linda Granfield, and Françoise Lepage. For more information about the Frances E. Russell Grant, please visit the IBBY Canada website at www.ibby-canada.org or write to info@ibby-canada.org.

The International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY) believes in the ability of children’s books to bridge cultures and, ultimately, to promote peace. Jella Lepman, founder of the International Youth Library, started IBBY in 1953 in postwar Germany. Her goal was to promote international understanding through children’s books. Established in 1980, IBBY Canada is one of more than seventy sections worldwide.


IBBY Canada Appel de candidature pour la bourse Frances E. Russell

La Section nationale canadienne de l’Union internationale pour les livres de jeunesse (IBBY Canada) accepte maintenant les soumissions pour la bourse Frances E. Russell 2014. La prix de 1000 $ est destiné à soutenir la mission d’IBBY Canada laquelle consiste à «susciter et encourager la recherche en littérature jeunesse sous toutes ses formes» et est remis pour un travail de recherche publiable (un livre ou un article) portant sur la littérature canadienne pour la jeunesse.

La date d’échéance pour la remise des soumissions qui peuvent être présentées en anglais ou en français, est le 15 décembre 2014.

La subvention s’adresse à des travaux d’expert seulement, les œuvres de fiction ne sont pas admissibles. Les types de travaux qui sont admissibles à la bourse Frances E. Russell 2014 comprennent :

  1. Étude sur un auteur et son oeuvre, particulièrement dans son contexte socio-historique.
  2. Étude comparative d’au moins deux auteurs, mettant en lumière leurs différences stylistiques, ou leurs approches sociales et historiques.
  3. Aperçu d’un sujet /genre par exemple, la fantasy ou la fiction historique.
  4. Des études biographiques d’auteurs ou d’illustrateurs canadiens de livres pour la jeunesse.
  5. Étude sur les illustrateurs canadiens et leur oeuvre.
  6. Sujets connexes, y compris les approches théoriques contemporaines d’études sur la littérature canadienne pour la jeunesse.

Les documents suivants sont exigés: une proposition, un curriculum vitae, un résumé des méthodes et des étapes par lesquelles la requérante poursuivra la recherche, et un résumé de l’utilisation des fonds. Le concours est ouvert aux citoyens canadiens ou immigrants reçus.

Faites parvenir vos propositions en pièces jointes à :

Deirdre Baker, Frances E. Russell Grant président, à russell@ibby-canada.org.

Les propositions peuvent aussi être envoyées par courrier à :

IBBY Canada
c/o The Canadian Children’s Book Centre
Suite 217, 40 Orchard View blvd.
Toronto, ON M4R 1B9
Attention: Deirdre Baker, Frances E. Russell Grant président

Un jury, nommé par IBBY Canada, sélectionnera le candidat retenu d’ici le 31 janvier 2015.

IBBY ET LA BOURSE FRANCES E. RUSSELL

La bourse Frances E. Russell a été établi par feu Marjorie Russell en mémoire de sa sœur Frances qui a longtemps appuyé IBBY-Canada. Au cours des années précédentes, la bourse a été remis à Bonnie Tulloch, Beverley Brenna, Paulette Rothbauer, Vivian Howard, Gail Edwards et Judith Saltman, Michelle Mulder, André Gagnon, Ronald Jobe, Carole Carpenter, Linda Granfield et Françoise Lepage. Pour plus de renseignements sur IBBY et sur le prix Frances E. Russell, veuillez visiter le site Web d’IBBY Canada au www.ibby-canada.orgou écrivez à info@ibby-canada.org.

L’Union internationale pour les livres de jeunesse (IBBY) croit que les livres pour enfants peuvent rapprocher les cultures et, en bout de ligne, peuvent promouvoir la paix. Jella Lepman, fondatrice de la International Youth Library, a créé IBBY en 1953 dans l’Allemagne d’après-guerre. Son objectif était de promouvoir la compréhension internationale par le biais des livres pour enfants. Fondé en 1980, IBBY-Canada compte parmi plus de soixante-dix sections présentes partout dans le monde.

IBBY Workshop on Books for Young People with Disabilities at Toronto International Book Fair

IBBY Canada is very pleased to announce an important workshop at the Toronto International Book Fair that will include speakers from Switzerland and Norway.  The $25 registration fee for this workshop includes 3 days of admission to the Toronto International Book Fair.  Please pass this information along to your colleagues including educators and librarians, and those working with people with disabilities.

WORKSHOP: Reading Challenges and Options for Young People with Disabilities

DATE: Friday, November 14, 2014 (during the Toronto International Book Fair)

TIME: 11:30 am to 1:00 pm

LOCATION:  Metro Toronto Convention Centre North Building, downtown Toronto on Front Street

COST: $25 (includes 3 days of admission to the Toronto International Book Fair)

REGISTRATION: https://www.microspec.com/tix123/eTic.cfm?code=BOOKFAIR14

WORKSHOP SUMMARY

International and Canadian experts will discuss reading challenges and options for children and teens with disabilities, with examples from the IBBY Collection of Books for Young People with Disabilities. This outstanding international collection, formerly in Norway and now housed at North York Central Library, encompasses 3,000 books in traditional formats and accessible formats including sign language, tactile, Braille, and Picture Communication Symbols.

WORKSHOP SPEAKERS

  • Heidi Cortner Boiesen, former director of the IBBY Collection of Books for Young People with Disabilities in Norway
  • Sharon Moynes,  manager of readers’, youth and children’s services at North York Central Library
  • Liz Page, executive director of IBBY, the International Board on Books for Young People, from Basel, Switzerland
  • Leigh Turina, lead librarian for the IBBY Collection of Books for Young People with Disabilities at North York Central Library

ABOUT IBBY

IBBY, the International Board on Books for Young People (www.ibby.org), founded in 1953, represents an international network of people committed to bringing books and children together. IBBY Canada is one of over 70 national sections worldwide. IBBY Canada is a volunteer organization promoting quality French and English Canadian children’s literature nationally and internationally. For more information, please visit www.ibby-canada.org.

Children’s book creator Patricia Storms is Illustrator in Residence at Toronto Public Library

IBBY Canada program honours illustrator Joanne Fitzgerald

September 15, 2014 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: IBBY Canada and the Toronto Public Library are pleased to announce that children’s book illustrator Patricia Storms is the 2014 Joanne Fitzgerald Illustrator in Residence. Patricia Storms’ residency will be at the Northern District Branch (Yonge & Eglinton) for the month of October. She will be hosting a series of workshops during the month.

Patricia Storms’ Illustrator in Residence schedule includes art activities for children’s class trips to the library, visits to high schools and colleges, and portfolio reviews with individual artists. The Northern District Branch art gallery will feature Patricia Storms’ and Joanne Fitzgerald’s concept sketches and original artwork.

The Illustrator in Residence Program is a collaboration between IBBY Canada and the family of Joanne Fitzgerald (1956–2011), honouring the memory of the award-winning illustrator whose books include Plain Noodles, Emily’s House, and Doctor Kiss Says Yes.

“We launched the Joanne Fitzgerald Illustrator in Residence Program at the Toronto Public Library in 2013, and are delighted to be back at Northern District Branch forour second year,” said Shannon Babcock, president of IBBY Canada. “The program is becoming a key event in the children’s book community.”

“We’re proud to offer this program with IBBY Canada. This is an opportunity for people to experience something new at the library, to connect with local artists and create something memorable,” said Anne Bailey, Acting City Librarian. “We look forward to seeing some of the wonderful portfolios.”

ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR: Patricia Storms has illustrated and written children’s books such as The Pirate and the Penguin and Never Let You Go. She also works as a cartoonist and illustrator for magazines, newspapers and humour books. www.patriciastorms.com

ABOUT IBBY CANADA: IBBY, the International Board on Books for Young People (www.ibby.org), founded in 1953, is an network of organizations in over 70 countries, committed to bringing books and children together. IBBY Canada promotes quality French and English Canadian children’s literature nationally and internationally. www.ibby-canada.org

ABOUT TORONTO PUBLIC LIBRARY: Toronto Public Library is one of the world’s busiest urban public library systems. Every year, 19 million people visit our branches in neighbourhoods across the city and borrow 32 million items. To learn more about Toronto Public Library, visit our website at torontopubliclibrary.ca or call Answerline at 416-393-7131. To get the most current updates on what’s happening at the library, follow us on Twitter @torontolibrary.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Helena Aalto
Promotion Officer, IBBY Canada
promotions@ibby-canada.org

News about IBBY Libraries in Gaza

Liz Page, Executive Director of IBBY International, sent a notice to IBBY members Monday July 21st regarding the state of IBBY libraries in Gaza. As you know, the International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY) was established shortly after the close of World War II. IBBY’s founder, Jella Lepman (a German Jew), believed that books could build bridges of understanding and peace between people. The children needed to know what all good readers know: you are not alone; others have experiences, feelings and needs just like you do, and there is a whole world out there you know nothing about.

For the past five years IBBY has been supporting two children’s libraries in Gaza through the IBBY Children in Crisis Fund.  One library is situated in the northern community of Beit Hanoun, the other is in the south in the town of Rafah. In 2013 an IBBY delegation of the Executive Director, President, IBBY Foundation President, and IBBY Palestine President, visited the two libraries and subsequently helped them to upgrade the services and collections with support from the Katherine Paterson Family Foundation as well as the IBBY Children in Crisis Fund.  See the IBBY website for a report of the visit and the project by IBBY Palestine.

The two IBBY library areas (Rafah and Beit Hanoun) are now military zones. The librarian in Beit Hanoun, Abla Hassan, sent a message to PBBY (IBBY Palestine) about the situation there before she was displaced a number of days ago. She says that the al-Ata’ community-based centre that hosts the library has been very badly damaged. The children’s courtyard has been destroyed as well as books, computers, windows and walls. Many local homes have been partially or completely destroyed as well. According to PBBY, there is no specific news about the library in al-Shawka – Rafah or about the situation of the children using the library and the library building. All families are displaced including the librarian Mahmoud.

In times of conflict, children on both sides suffer. IBBY’s mandate through the Children in Crisis Fund is to help where it can. The above news gives you an idea of the immediacy and importance of IBBY’s mandate around the world and how fragile the work of IBBY is.

One of Lepman’s beliefs, and we in IBBY Canada say this repeatedly, is that books are mirrors and windows. Through reading and books, people can come to know and understand each other. Making reading and books available to children and families everywhere is a crucial part of what IBBY does.

2014 marks the 25th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, what better time to donate to IBBY’s Children in Crisis Fund.

Thank you.
Shannon Babcock and Theo Heras
IBBY Canada President and Vice-President
With information from IBBY International and IBBY Palestine

Patricia Storms is IBBY Canada Joanne Fitzgerald Illustrator in Residence / Patricia Storms sélectionné pour le programme d’illustrateur en résidence Joanne Fitzgerald de IBBY Canada

Patricia Storms is IBBY Canada Joanne Fitzgerald Illustrator in Residence

May 9, 2014 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

IBBY Canada is pleased to announce that children’s book illustrator Patricia Storms has been selected for the 2014 Joanne Fitzgerald Illustrator in Residence Program.  The Program is a one month residency in a public library for a published children’s book illustrator.

Patricia Storms will be at the Northern District Branch of the Toronto Public Library for the month of October 2014. During her residency, she will engage children in art activities during class visits to the library, present workshops for the public, talk to students and teachers in art programs at high schools and colleges, and schedule portfolio review meetings with artists and art students.

Patricia Storms has illustrated children’s books for publishers including Scholastic Canada, OwlKids Books and Kids Can Press. Patricia is the author as well as the illustrator of books such as The Pirate and the Penguin and Never Let You Go. She also works as a cartoonist and illustrator for magazines, newspapers and humour books. Patricia lives in Toronto.

Illustrators from across Canada submitted applications for the Joanne Fitzgerald Illustrator in Residence Program. The 2014 illustrator was selected by a jury comprised of Shannon Babcock, Ministère de l’Éducation, Quebec and president of IBBY Canada; Marie-Louise Gay, illustrator and author; Meghan Howe, Canadian Children’s Book Centre; Martha Newbigging, illustrator (and the Joanne Fitzgerald Illustrator in Residence in 2013); Martha Scott, Toronto Public Library; and Leigh Turina, Toronto Public Library.

A collaboration between IBBY Canada and Joanne’s family, the Program honours the memory of Joanne Fitzgerald (1956–2011), who illustrated children’s books that include Plain Noodles, Emily’s House, The Blue Hippopotamus, and Doctor Kiss Says Yes, winner of the Governor General’s Literary Award.  Additional financial support for the Program is offered by Groundwood Books, publisher of many of Joanne’s books.

The Toronto Public Library hosts the residencies in 2013 and 2014. In subsequent years, in partnership with the Canadian Urban Libraries Council, IBBY Canada will work with libraries in other provinces to host the Joanne Fitzgerald Illustrator in Residence Program.

IBBY, the International Board on Books for Young People (www.ibby.org), founded in 1953, represents an international network of people committed to bringing books and children together. IBBY Canada is one of over 70 national sections worldwide. IBBY Canada is a volunteer organization promoting quality French and English Canadian children’s literature nationally and internationally. For more information, please visit www.ibby-canada.org.

For more information, please contact:

Helena Aalto
Promotion Officer
IBBY Canada
promotions@ibby-canada.org
416 658-3144


Patricia Storms sélectionné pour le programme d’illustrateur en résidence Joanne Fitzgerald de IBBY Canada

9 Mai 2014 – POUR DIFFUSION IMMÉDIATE :

IBBY Canada est fier d’annoncer que Patricia Storms est l’illustratrice sélectionnée dans le cadre du Programme d’illustrateur en résidence Joanne Fitzgerald pour 2014. Le programme consiste en une résidence d’un mois pour un illustrateur de livre jeunesse dans une bibliothèque publique.

Patricia Storms sera en résidence à la Northern District Branch de la Toronto Public Library au mois d’octobre 2014. Au cours de son séjour, elle invitera les enfants à participer à des activités artistiques durant les visites de classe à la bibliothèque, présentera des ateliers et autre activités pour le public en général et donnera des conférences aux étudiants et enseignants des programmes d’art des écoles secondaires et des collèges. Elle planifiera aussi des rencontres individuelles avec des artistes et des étudiants en art pour revoir avec eux leur portfolio.

Patricia Storms a illustré des livres jeunesse pour plusieurs éditeurs dont:  Scholastic Canada, Owlkids Books et Kids Can Press. Patricia est l’auteur et l’illustratrice de «The Pirate and the Penguin» et de «Never Let You Go». Elle travaille aussi en tant qu’illustratrice et caricaturiste pour des magazines, journaux and livres d’humour.  Patricia vit à Toronto.

Des illustrateurs de tout le pays ont produit des soumissions pour le Programme d’illustrateur en résidence Joanne Fitzgerald. L’illustratrice choisie pour 2014 a été sélectionnée par un jury composé de Shannon Babcock, Ministère de l’Éducation, Québec et présidentede IBBY Canada; Marie-Louise Gay, illustratriceet auteur; Meghan Howe, Canadian Children’s Book Centre; Martha Newbigging, illustratrice (et illustratrice duProgramme d’illustrateur en résidence Joanne Fitzgerald en 2013); Martha Scott, Toronto Public Library; et Leigh Turina, Toronto Public Library.

Le Programme d’illustrateur en résidence Joanne Fitzgerald d’IBBY Canada honore Joanne Fitzgerald (1956-2011), qui a illustré de nombreux livres exceptionnels pour enfants, y compris ; «Plain Noodles», «Emily’s House», «The Blue Hippopotamus» et «Doctor Kiss Says Yes» gagnant du Prix littéraire du Gouverneur Général. En mémoire de son engagement à l’égard des livres et illustrations pour enfants, sa famille a collaboré avec IBBY Canada pour instaurer le Programme d’illustrateur en résidence Joanne Fitzgerald d’IBBY Canada. Un soutien financier supplémentaire pour le Programme est offert par Groundwood Books, éditeur de nombreux livres de Joanne.

La Toronto Public Library accueille les résidences de 2013 et 2014. Dans les années suivantes, en partenariat avec le Conseil des bibliothèques urbaines du Canada, IBBY Canada travaillera avec les bibliothèques des autres provinces afin d’accueillir leProgramme d’illustrateur en résidence Joanne Fitzgerald.

L’Union Internationale pour les Livres de Jeunesse (IBBY) (www.ibby.org), fondée en 1953, est une association sans but lucratif qui forme un réseau international de personnes qui dans le monde entier cherchent à favoriser la rencontre des enfants et des livres.IBBY Canada est l’une des 70 sections nationales dans le monde entier. IBBY Canada est un organisme bénévole faisant la promotion de la littérature jeunesse canadienne française et anglaise de qualité au niveau national et international.

Pour plus d’informations, visitez www.ibby-canada.org ou contactez:

Helena Aalto
Agent de promotion
IBBY Canada
(416) 658-3144
promotions@ibby-canada.org

Bonnie Tulloch receives IBBY Canada’s Frances E. Russell Grant / Bonnie Tulloch reçoit la bourse Frances E. Russell de IBBY Canada

UBC student Bonnie Tulloch receives IBBY Canada’s Frances E. Russell Grant for research on Canadian children’s literature

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, April 8, 2014: IBBY Canada (the Canadian national section of the International Board on Books for Young People) is pleased to announce that the Frances E. Russell Grant recipient is Bonnie Tulloch, a graduate student in the children’s literature program of the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies at the University of British Columbia.

The $1,000 grant will be presented to Bonnie Tulloch for her analysis of contemporary Canadian children’s and young adult novels that focus on island adventures. The resulting work will be titled “No ‘Man’ is an Island: Examining Island Imagery and its Relation to Female Identity in a Selection of Canadian Children’s and Young Adult Fiction.”

Bonnie Tulloch is a candidate in the Master of Arts in children’s literature program at the University of British Columbia. Her research interest and passion for children’s nonsense verse has led to her involvement in various community school projects that have targeted literacy development through poetry and art. Last summer she attended the Institute for World Literature at Harvard University where she developed an interest in children’s and young adult island-adventure novels.

The Frances E. Russell Grant jury consisted of Professor Joanne Findon (associate professor of English, Trent University), Dr. Gwyneth Evans (emeritus professor of Vancouver Island University) and chair Deirdre Baker (author, Toronto Star children’s books reviewer and assistant professor, Faculty of English, University of Toronto).

The Frances E. Russell Grant was established in memory of a longtime supporter of IBBY Canada. The $1,000 grant is intended “to initiate and encourage research in young people’s literature in all its forms” and is given in support of research for a publishable work (a book or a paper) on Canadian children’s literature. Past winners include Beverley Brenna, Paulette Rothbauer, Gail Edwards and Judith Saltman, Michelle Mulder, Michelle Cobban, André Gagnon, Ronald Jobe, Carole Carpenter, Linda Granfield and Françoise Lepage.  The 2014 call for submissions for the Frances E. Russell Grant will be issued in September, with a deadline in November.

IBBY, the International Board on Books for Young People (www.ibby.org) was founded in 1953, and represents an international network of people committed to bringing books and children together. IBBY Canada (www.ibby-canada.org), one of over 75 IBBY national sections worldwide, is a volunteer organization promoting quality French and English Canadian children’s literature nationally and internationally.

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For more information, please contact:
Helena Aalto
Promotions Officer, IBBY Canada
416 658-3144
promotions@ibby-canada.org


L’étudiante Bonnie Tulloch reçoit la bourse Frances E. Russell de IBBY Canada pour la recherche sur la littérature canadienne pour la jeunesse

POUR DIFFUSION IMMÉDIATE, le 8 avril, 2014 : IBBY Canada (la section nationale canadienne de l’Union internationale pour les livres de jeunesse ) est heureux d’annoncer que la bourse Frances E. Russell est décernée à Bonnie Tulloch, une étudiante diplômée en littérature de jeunesse du programme de l’École de bibliothéconomie, d’archivistique et sciences de l’information de  l’University of British Columbia.

La bourse de 1000 $ sera remis à Bonnie Tulloch pour son analyse des romans canadiens contemporains pour enfants et jeunes adultes qui mettent l’accent sur les aventures se déroulant sur une île. Le travail résultant sera intitulé « aucun homme n’est une île : l’examen de l’image de l’île et sa relation à l’identité féminine dans une sélection de romans canadiens en littérature jeunesse. »

Bonnie Tulloch est candidate à la maîtrise ès arts dans le programme de littérature de jeunesse à l’University of British Columbia. Son sujet de recherche et sa passion pour l’absurde dans la poésie de la littérature jeunesse l’ont amenée à s’impliquer dans divers projets d’écoles communautaires qui ont ciblé le développement de l’alphabétisation à travers la poésie et l’art. L’été dernier, elle a assisté à l’Institut pour la littérature mondiale à Harvard University où elle a développé un intérêt pour les romans d’aventures se déroulant sur une île pour enfants et jeunes adultes.

Le jury de la Bourse Frances E. Russell est composée de la professeure Joanne Findon (professeur agrégé d’anglais, Université Trent), le Dr Gwyneth Evans (professeur émérite de l’Université de l’île de Vancouver) et président Deirdre Baker (auteur des livres pour enfants, réviseur pour le Toronto Star et professeur adjoint à la Faculté d’anglais, Université Toronto).

La Bourse Frances E. Russell a été créée à la mémoire d’une adepte de longue date de IBBY Canada. La bourse de 1000 dollars est destinée à « initier et encourager la recherche dans la littérature pour les jeunes sous toutes ses formes » et est attribuée à l’appui de la recherche d’un travail publiable (un livre ou un document) sur la littérature canadienne pour la jeunesse. Parmi les lauréats précédents, on retrouve Beverley Brenna, Paulette Rothbauer , Gail Edwards et Judith Saltman, Michelle Mulder, Michelle Cobban, André Gagnon, Ronald Jobe, Carole Carpenter, Linda Granfield et Françoise Lepage. L’appel de candidature pour la Bourse Frances E. Russell 2014 sera publié en septembre prochain, avec sa date limite en novembre.

IBBY, l’Union internationale pour les livres de jeunesse (www.ibby.org), a été fondée en 1953 et représente un réseau international de personnes qui cherchent à favoriser la rencontre des enfants et des livres. IBBY Canada (www.ibby-canada.org), l’une des 75 sections nationales dans le monde, est un organisme bénévole de promotion de la littérature jeunesse canadienne de qualité, pour les enfants, à l’échelle nationale et internationale.

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Pour plus d’informations, veuillez contacter:
Helena Aalto
Directrice de la promotion, IBBY Canada
416 658-3144
promotions@ibby-canada.org