Evangeline for Young Readers

byHelene BoudreauIllustratorPatsy MacKinnon

April 3, 2013|
Evangeline for Young Readers by Helene Boudreau
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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's epic poem, Evangeline, tells the story of two young people deported from beautiful Acadie just before they are to be married and their search for each other that lasts the rest of their lives. First published in 1847, the poem has been important to Acadian identity ever since.

In Evangeline for Young Readers, the tragic story of Evangeline and Gabriel's Deportation is recounted to a new generation. In simple prose true to Longfellow's poem, Hélène Boudreau describes the utopian village of Grand-Pré where Evangeline grows up, the traumatizing Deportation, and Evangeline's relentless search across America for her true love. Patsy MacKinnon's stunning illustrations bring the story to life in full colour.

Evangeline for Young Readers is a vital interpretation for children of Longfellow's classic.

Helene Boudreau is a Canadian writer and artist. A native of Isle Madame, Nova Scotia, she writes fiction and non-fiction for children and young adults from her home in Markham, Ontario. She's the author of seven novels for children including the first Red Dune Adventure, Keep Out! and Acadian Star, which was nominated for the 2009–201...
Title:Evangeline for Young Readers
Product dimensions:38 pages, 11 X 8.5 X 0.13 in
Shipping dimensions:38 pages, 11 X 8.5 X 0.13 in
Published:April 3, 2013
Publisher:Nimbus Publishing
Appropriate for ages:9 - 12
ISBN - 13:9781771080101

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