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Le journal d'Aurélie Laflamme - Tome 5 Championne

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France, Germany, Portugal.

One of the biggest hits in Quebec literature! 8 volumes, a million copies sold, 2 successful teen movies.

Aurélie Laflamme is a 14-year-old girl—a bit shy, pretty funny and very clumsy—who feels like she's been left behind on Earth by some extraterrestrials after an intergalactic journey! Aurélie is still grieving the loss of her father. Her sense of humor and her determination helped her overcome this ordeal. But once you turn 14, a whole new range of explosive emotions inevitably show up to complicate your life. With humor and sensitivity Aurélie faces the hazards of teen life, such as friendship (and the sacrifices she must make to preserve it); academic success (loaded with obstacles, especially when you have the feeling they've transplanted squirrel synapses into your brain by mistake), the desire to see her mother find a boyfriend who's good for her and of course, love. The Diary of Aurélie Laflamme is the story of an ordinary teenager in search of her place in the universe.


All's well in Aurélie's life! Total harmony reigns in her family (if you exclude the differences of opinion she still maintains with her mother about how to run the household). In addition, since she started dating a popular guy, her social life has been turned upside down. New friends, the respect of her peers, going out, getting away with cracking jokes in class... What more could she ask for? Nothing. Except maybe a paranormal power to divide herself in two. Because in addition to learning to balance her school, family, love and social lives, she needs to open up to new areas of interest (the sports played by her boyfriend), manage her image (so she can get accepted by her new group), but, above all, remain herself (not easy in the midst of all this craziness). For a girl who has never been that great at math, Aurélie adds accomplishments, subtracts some friends, feels split in two and multiplies the number of complications! See complete product information (French)
Price : 
14.95 $ CAD
Publication date : 
April 2015
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Pages : 
279 pages


India Desjardins

India Desjardins

India Desjardins loves chocolate, doesn't like having to move to
a new home, has invented lots of reasons not to go camping,
makes at least three mistakes a day and has a completely uncontrollable
brain. Here, the comparison ends with Aurélie Laflamme.
Following a ten-year career in journalism, the author
began doing what she most likes to do: writing fiction. Le journal
d'Aurélie Laflamme is written for teenagers, an audience that
she particularly likes. Her book Le Noël de Marguerite (illustrations
by Pascal Blanchet) won the prestigious 2014 Ragazzi
award for fiction at the Bologna Children's Book Fair. See full author information (French)

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