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Grand Pré Journey of Hope: Claude Edwin Theriault’s Acadian Diaspora parable on World Humanitarian Crisis

New Grand Pré 1755 deportation Children's book Cajun Dead et Le walkin` Stick shines a parable narrative light on human flow UNESCO refugee and World Humanitarian Crisis.

Resilient Journey of Hope: Claude Edwin Theriault’s Acadian Diaspora parable on current World Humanitarian Crisis

Contemporary French Canadia Artist Theriault publishes an Amazon kdp Child book on the continuing Human Flow world crisis of war refugees.
Contemporary French Canadia Artist Theriault publishes an Amazon kdp Child book on the continuing Human Flow world crisis of war refugees.

 

In the heart of Contemporary French Canadian artist’s creative endeavours, Claude Edwin Theriault emerges as a beacon of creativity and empathy, weaving a child narrative tapestry that transcends time and speaks to the essence of the human condition. With his MBF-Lifestyle upcoming three-volume children’s book series Cajun Dead et Le Walkin`Stick,   Theriault delves into the depths of War refugee history to illuminate the plight of deported Acadian refugees in 1755.

Through the lens of two child protagonists, Eva Lynn Theriault and Gabby Dev Dugas, he crafts a parable tale to illustrate a moral or spiritual lesson about War and its damage. This 400,000-year-old tale resonates profoundly with the current UNESCO World humanitarian refugee crisis, infusing it with themes of resilience, courage, and the enduring power of childhood friendship.

Echoes of History Acadian Diaspora Expulsion Reimagined to Reflect on Current World Humanitarian Refugee 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

At the heart of Theriault’s Acadian Diaspora narrative, Cajun Dead et Le Walkin` Stick Blomidon to the Bayou Teche’s new three-part”     book series on Amazon kdp,”     lies the historical backdrop of the 1755 Acadian Expulsion, a dark chapter in Canadian history marked by the forced deportation of thousands of Acadian settlers by the British in the mid-18th century.

Through meticulous research and a keen eye for detail, Theriault breathes life into this oft-overlooked aspect of French  Canadian heritage, shedding light on the struggles and triumphs of those uprooted from their homes and thrust into the unknown of arriving in a new country with a new language and culture.

Child Protagonists: The Innocence Amidst World Humanitarian Crisis &Turmoil

Contemporary French Canadia Artist Theriault publishes an Amazon kdp Child book on the continuing Human Flow world crisis of war refugees.
Contemporary French Canadia Artist Theriault publishes an Amazon kdp Child book on the continuing Human Flow world crisis of war refugees.

Eva and Gabby embody innocence amidst turmoil, their unwavering friendship anchoring them amidst war and displacement. As they navigate the treacherous waters of uncertainty, their bond deepens, offering solace and strength in the face of adversity. Through their eyes, young readers are invited to embark on self-discovery and resilience, learning valuable lessons about courage, compassion, and the enduring power of hope. The March press release is for the prelaunch event on April 3rd, offering a front-of-the-line preview for avid KDP readers.

 Illustrating Resilience: Bringing History of Grand Pré 1755 deportation to Life in a new light.

Central to Theriault’s vision are the illustrations accompanying his poignant narrative, capturing the visual essence of each moment with breathtaking clarity and emotion. As the story unfolds, readers are transported to the verdant meadows of Grand Pré, where Eva and Gabby’s adventures unfold against the backdrop of a changing world. Through Theriault’s masterful brushstrokes, the landscapes come alive, serving as a vivid canvas upon which the timeless themes of resilience and courage are painted with striking poignancy.

A Tale of Hope: Finding Home Amidst Adversity

New Grand Pré 1755 deportation Children's book Cajun Dead et Le walkin` Stick shines a parable narrative light on human flow UNESCO refugee and World Humanitarian Crisis.
New Grand Pré 1755 deportation Children’s book Cajun Dead et Le walkin` Stick shines a parable narrative light on human flow UNESCO refugee and World Humanitarian Crisis.

As Eva and Gabby’s journey unfolds, a profound truth emerges: that home transcends place, finding its truest expression in the bonds of friendship and the resilience of the human spirit. Despite their trials, they discover that the true measure of courage lies not in the absence of fear but in the ability to persevere through it during their voyage from the 1755 displacement at Grand Pré to their return to Pubnico 1762. Through their unwavering determination and indomitable spirit, they become beacons of hope to bring them help in a world shrouded in darkness, inspiring readers of all ages to find strength in the face of adversity.

As Eva and Gabby navigate their Acadian Diaspora refugee voyage, they serve as beacons of hope in the current World Humanitarian Crisis we see unfold daily. To give us the empathy to serve as the light guiding us through the stormy seas of uncertainty and reminding us that no matter how far events take us from home, the path to belonging is always found in the company of those we hold dear and count on to be there for us; in times of social isolation with self-serving social media and government officials.

This is a situation we are seeing today in a socio-economic and socio-cultural ghetto of modern-day Acadie where ten oligarchs run the Heritage Patrimonial industry like a senior high school clic of straight white roman catholic kids with power and government money. Hence, the reason for another parallel project of poetry set to Acapella song lyrics project Cajun Dead et Le Talkin Stick, making waves in the innovation and poetry set to Acapella song lyrics project Cajun Dead et Le Talkin Stick making waves in the innovation moving the culture forward.

Contemporary French Canadian artist Theriault publishes an Amazon kdp Child,  a book on the continuing Human Flow world crisis of war refugees.

 

The three-volume trilogy,”   Claude Edwin Theriault’s forthcoming children’s book series, stands as a testament to the enduring power of storytelling to illuminate the darkest corners of Acadian Diaspora history and inspire hope in readers’ hearts. Through the timeless themes of resilience, courage, and the unbreakable bonds of friendship, he reminds us that even in the face of the greatest challenges, there is always an empathetic light to be found to shine on the current World Humanitarian Crisis.

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