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“The Elves on the Run” is included in children's literature

“The Elves on the Run” is included in children's literature

Caroline Tanguay and Shana Maltese

The founder of Cré-ART-ifs, Septilien Chan Malti, has begun publishing children's books in collaboration with Lutins en cavale. The elf Flocon and Joujou, known to children in Sept-Rivières, will be found in bookstores and at the Côte-Nord Book Fair.

Shana Maltese elves were born infected with Covid-19 four years ago to provide entertainment at a Christmas party, even if health measures prevented children from going and sitting on Santa Claus. The artist, artist and businesswoman has developed a range of services for families, party organizers and festivals. His startup was interested in integrating young students from the region.

Caroline Tanguay built the character of Joujou through improvisation and contracts at Galeries Montagnaises during the holiday season and elsewhere. She was studying in the drama program at Jean du Nord High School at the time. I started out playing Tinker Bell in the Port Cartier Christmas Parade.

In the first book of the “Flake and the Magic Button” series, this character who can make snow tells how storms happen. It targets pre-school children. The second volume, “A Game in the Games Workshop,” is intended for young people aged 7 to 9 years for independent reading.

Shana Maltese and Cré-ART-ifs launched a crowdfunding campaign this week for web platform La Ruche to print 150 copies of the two children's books they wrote, produced and printed in September.

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