Une carte vers le monde (A Map into the World)

Une carte vers le monde (A Map into the World)

Kao Kalia Yang


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"Filled with wonder and sorrow and happiness." —Alison McGhee, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Someday

A heartfelt story of a young girl seeking beauty and connection in a busy world, now in French.

As the seasons change, so too does a young Hmong girl's world. She moves into a new home with her family and encounters both birth and death. As this curious girl explores life inside her house and beyond, she collects bits of the natural world. But who are her treasures for?

A moving picture book debut from acclaimed Hmong American author Kao Kalia Yang.

« Rempli de merveille, de chagrin et de bonheur. » —Alison McGhee, N°1 au classement des ventes du New York Times, auteur de Someday

L'histoire sincère d'une petite fille qui cherche beauté et connexion dans un monde occupé.
Comme les saisons changent, ainsi change le monde d'une jeune fille Hmong. Elle déménage dans une nouvelle maison avec sa famille et rencontre la naissance et la mort. Cette fille curieuse explore la vie dans sa maison et au-dehors, où elle récolte des petits moreaux du monde naturel. Mais pour qui sont ses trésors?

Un début de livre illustré touchant par la célèbre auteur Hmong américaine Kao Kalia Yang.


Kao Kalia Yang:
Kao Kalia Yang is a Hmong-American writer, teacher and public speaker. Born in the refugee camps of Thailand to a family that escaped the genocide of the Secret War in Laos, she came to America at the age six. Yang holds degrees from Carleton College and Columbia University. Her works of creative nonfiction include The Latehomecomer: A Hmong Family Memoir, The Song Poet, What God is Honored Here?: Writings on Miscarriage and Infant Loss By and For Indigenous Women and Women of Color, and the upcoming title Somewhere in the Unknown World. Yang has also written multiple children's books such as A Map Into the World, The Shared Room, and The Most Beautiful Thing. Her work has won numerous awards and recognition including multiple Minnesota Book Awards, a Charlotte Zolotow Honor, an ALA Notable Children's Book Award, Dayton's Literary Peace Prize, and a PEN USA Award in Nonfiction.