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About this book
The Three Brothers
Finn and his younger brothers, Leo and Ooley, love reading stories about animals living in forests, on mountains or in the arctic.
“When I grow up,” says Finn, “I want to be an explorer and travel around the world. I want to see wild animals and strange birds.”
“Why wait?” asks Leo.
And so, the next morning, they wake up early and set out on a snowy expedition to search for wild animals. In their grandfather’s time, the forest was full of animals — but today the forest is quiet. Where have the animals gone?
This gentle adventure story about the effects of climate change ends on a hopeful note.
About the Author
Marie-Louise Gay is an internationally acclaimed author and illustrator of children’s books. She has won two Governor General’s Literary Awards, the Elizabeth Mrazik-Cleaver Canadian Picture Book Award, the Vicky Metcalf Award for Children’s Literature and the Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award. She has also been nominated for the prestigious Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award and the Hans Christian Andersen Award. Marie-Louise’s very popular Stella and Sam series has been translated into more than fifteen languages and is loved by children all over the world. Her recent books include Mustafa and Fern and Horn. She lives in Montreal. marielouisegay.com
Awards and Praise
Praise for Marie-Louise Gay and Fern and Horn:
“A dazzling romp celebrating childhood and imagination.” — Booklist, starred review
“Gay’s take-you-by-surprise, childlike mixed-media illustrations wittily shine a spotlight on children’s creativity and ingenuity, affirming that sharing can solve a multitude of conflicts . . . sometimes. . . . A real winner that’s as delightful as it is constructive.” — Kirkus Reviews
Praise for Marie-Louise Gay and Mustafa:
“A touching story about adjustment, recovery, love, and friendship, told of a boy whose family moves to a new country due to war. . . . An invaluable resource for those working with children from resettled refugee families as well as host communities.” — Kirkus, starred review
“The story of a young boy moving to an unfamiliar place and finding his way, even when another language is spoken, is one that all children should hear . . . One for the must-be-purchased list.” — School Library Journal, starred review
Praise for Marie-Louise Gay and Short Stories for Little Monsters:
“Original, inventive, pore-overable, and child-pleasing …” — Horn Book, starred review
“This volume is worth reading multiple times to enjoy the humor and to revisit the witty illustrations and snappy dialogue.” — School Library Journal, starred review