While her popular children’s book character Léa Olivier turns 10 this year, Catherine Girard-Audet is launching a brand new young adult series this summer.
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With You don’t pull flowers to make them grow, the author is aimed at a more mature audience. In this novel, we follow Juliette, a model student who “always did what was expected of her”. Now at university, the young woman is questioning herself for the first time in her life. “Crazy evenings” and “ dates really bizarre” will punctuate this quest for identity full of obstacles.
This first volume of a trilogy will be in bookstores from August 11th.
Catherine Girard-Audet enjoys international success with her series The complicated life of Léa Olivier. It has been translated into 10 languages and appeared in 27 countries. Over 1.7 million copies of his books have been sold worldwide.