The Montreal Book Fair continues until Sunday at the Palais des Congrès de Montreal. This year, more than 600 publishing houses are taking part in the various activities of the Salon.
Photos Pierre-Paul Poulin
Martin Balthazar, from Groupe Ville-Marie Littérature, is with Catherine Dupont-Gagnon Crypto. Quebec, author of the book On vous trompe, of Patrick Delisle-Crevier, author of My father in the Moukmouk islands, of Judith Landry, general manager of Quebecor book sector publishing, and of Lyne Robitaille, Senior Vice-President, Newspapers, Books and Magazines Quebecor.
The author Audrée Archambault is surrounded by Cindy Roy, the author of the book Clochat,and Émilie Ouellet, author of the book After in which the adults have disappeared.
Nicolas Michon, Laurence Beaudoin-Masse, Édith Chouinard and Pierre-Yves Villeneuve offer a a collection of first times as you've never been told.
From the Presses Aventure editions, there was Patrick Blanchette, author of the books Aube, Alexandra Larochelle, who has a fifteen novels to his credit, Claude Des Rosiers, who presents the books Maddox and Aurore, and Olivier Carpentier, a comic book author.
Marike Paradis, of the Librex Group, is well surrounded by Alexandra Gilbert, who presents her most recent novel, Obsolete, and Anne Genest who wrote Sweat is a desire to evaporate.
Julianne Séguin and Marie-Christine Noël, to whom Julianne is delivered on his love of figure skating, but also on darker aspects of his sport, published A medal at all costs at Éditions du Journal. They are accompanied by Martin Balthazar and Judith Landry.
Les ballons d'eau by author Sarah Degonse is her first youth album for La Bagnole.
< p>Héléna Houle met the author and literary animator Audrée Archambault who wants to give young people the bug of reading.