Saturday, Mar 28, 2020 2 PM

canceled – Sylvaine Sancton – JEREMY GOOSE

Octavia Books
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513 Octavia St (Corner of Laurel), New Orleans, LA
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This event has been canceld due to the current public heath crisis. However, author Sylvaine Sancton will be stopping by the store to sign stock. Please do come by Octavia Books to request a copy of The Adventures of Jeremy Goose , or order it from us online by clicking here now. The Adventures of Jeremy Goose Among the moss-draped oaks of New Orleans's Audubon Park lives young Jeremy Goose. After he hatches from an egg, he learns to walk, eat grass, swim, cross the road, and get along with other animals, all under the watchful eyes of his Mom and Dad. On the banks of the park's lagoon, Jeremy and his family live with their neighbors, including a squirrel, a snake, and a bad-mannered nutria. Jeremy is a thoughtful and sensitive little goose who sometimes gets into trouble but always feels the love of his family. Through Jeremy's voice, young readers learn about family, responsibility, having fun, and growing up. "Sylvaine Sancton's new book is a wonderfully tender story about real life and nature in New Orleans's Audubon Park. Masterfully photographed, Jeremy Goose works and reads well! A great addition to any child's library." -David Spielman, photographer "Sylvaine Sancton shares her passion for the birds of Audubon Park in this coming of age adventure story about a kind little goose named Jeremy." -Johnette Downing, author and musician French-born artist Sylvaine Sancton studied painting, sculpture, and mosaics at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Her works have been featured in U.S. and European galleries and are included in the permanent collections of the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Tulane University, the Jazz and Heritage Foundation, and the Historic New Orleans Collection. The author of a previous children's book, Some Birds (Pelican 2013), she was named a Chevalier (Knight) in the French Order of Arts and Letters in 2017.