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French Acadian 1755 Diaspora children’s French language book kdp pre-launch in April

French Acadian Diaspora children book in French language kdp pre launch or April 8th

French Acadian 1755 Diaspora children’s French language book kdp pre-launch April 8th

French Acadian 1755 Diaspora children's French language book kdp pre-launch
French Acadian 1755 Diaspora children’s French language book kdp pre-launch

Beautifully illustrated children’s book has you embark on an unforgettable journey through the French Acadian diaspora of 1755 in “Cajun Dead et Le Walkin’ Stick,” Blomidon to  Le Bayou Teche, in a parabole tale that speaks volumes on the current » humanitarian World «crisis of war refugees displaced on a never before seen scale. «it is a great lesson builder on how we see the resilient friendship of Eva Lynn Theriault and Gabby Dev Dugas unfolds against the backdrop of the tumultuous 1755 Acadian Expulsion, with the saga taking them from Blomidon to the Carolinas where they meet Cajun Dead and then from the re to Le Bayou Teche.  The innovative Amazon kdp with softcover options is set to have a pre-launch of its French language version on April 8th.

This well-crafted tale has garnered acclaim for its compelling narrative and stunning illustrations, breathing new life into the often stagnant world of Acadian literature stuck in the Heritage Patrimonial Industry feedback loop. Eclectic, multidisciplinary Contemporary French-Canadian artist Claude Edwin Theriault injects a fresh perspective into the event scene. Its release date is particularly timely in Congres Mondial Acadian 2024.

French Acadian 1755 Diaspora children's French language book kdp
French Acadian 1755 Diaspora children’s French language book kdp

The story follows Eva and Gabby as their friendship blossoms amidst the chaos of war and the relentless march of history. Their unexpected journey becomes a testament to the resilience of the human spirit, imparting invaluable lessons:

– Discovering the strength found in adversity.
– Finding hope in the darkest of times through bravery and resilience.
– Embracing unity and hope across diverse landscapes.

Crafted by Cajun Dead et Le Walkin’ Stick, this is Volume 1 in three Volumes. It seamlessly weaves captivating storytelling and vivid illustrations, inviting young readers aged 6 to 8 into a world of historical adventure. It’s a tale ideal for children who revel in tales of courage and history, narrated with skill by an award-winning creative voice.

But this book is more than a mere retelling of the past—it’s a vibrant French-language publication that paints a tapestry of illustrated hope and courage found in children.

Of imagination, enriched with vibrant illustrations and meticulous attention to detail. Key highlights include:

– An immersive experience for both children and families.
– Breathtaking artwork that brings history and emotion to life.
– A tribute to the resilience of war refugees and displaced individuals,

It is resonating deeply with the ongoing UNESCO World Humanitarian Crisis.

French Acadian 1755 Diaspora children's French language book kdp pre-launch
French Acadian 1755 Diaspora children’s French language book kdp pre-launch

Centred on uplifting themes like hope, friendship, and resilience against all odds, “Cajun Dead et Le Walkin’ Stick” transcends mere storytelling. It is a guiding light for intrepid young minds, encouraging them to navigate change with courage and determination in a world requiring more critical skills they learn on their refugee odyssey 1755 in the Americas circa 1755 -1762.

It’s a timeless exploration of the human flow connection we all cherish, reminding us of the importance of belonging and caring for one another. Watch for the forthcoming French language version on KDP, with an exciting cover reveal on the horizon for young French-speaking Canadian children who love adventurous, historical tales—brought to you by an award-winning creative with an empathetic voice narrative.

All at a time, the Acadian culture needs something new and innovative in the dull Heritage Patrimonial Industry template it is stuck in by ruling ten oligarchs that are there for the paycheck and nothing else.

This book is an inspired read that eschews dullness in favour of vivid imagination, rich formatting,

and a striking original narrative that profoundly resonates with children and adults alike.

French Acadian 1755 Diaspora children's French language book kdp pre-launch
French Acadian 1755 Diaspora children’s French language book kdp pre-launch

Overflowing with vivid illustrations and crafted with meticulous attention, this book boasts:

– Captivating content suitable for young readers and families alike
– Breathtaking artwork that vividly portrays history and evokes emotion
– A tribute to the resilience embodied by war refugees and displaced individuals amidst the ongoing UNESCO World Humanitarian Crisis

Centred on uplifting themes such as hope, companionship, and overcoming adversity, this book serves as entertainment and a source of education and inspiration, urging young minds to confront change with grace and determination. “Cajun Dead and Le Walkin’ Stick, Blomidon to Le Bayou Teche” transcends mere historical French Acadian Diaspora 1755 narratives; it embarks on a timeless journey into the depths of human connection, a universal essence of empathy that we all cherish and nurture, as it lies at the core of our existence.

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