Cher journal: Seule au Nouveau Monde : Hélène St-Onge, Fille du Roy, Montréal, ou la Nouvelle-France, 1666 [NOOK Book]

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Au XVIIe siècle, Hélène St-Onge doit, à treize ans, quitter la France et voyager jusqu'au Nouveau Monde avec sa soeur, une Fille du Roy. Mais celle-ci ne survit pas au voyage et Hélène se retrouve seule. La vie en Nouvelle-France est difficile; les hivers y sont rigoureux et les attaques iroquoises, fréquentes.

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Ce magnifique livre à l'aspect ancien et à couverture rigide comprend un ...

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Cher journal: Seule au Nouveau Monde : Hélène St-Onge, Fille du Roy, Montréal, ou la Nouvelle-France, 1666

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Au XVIIe siècle, Hélène St-Onge doit, à treize ans, quitter la France et voyager jusqu'au Nouveau Monde avec sa soeur, une Fille du Roy. Mais celle-ci ne survit pas au voyage et Hélène se retrouve seule. La vie en Nouvelle-France est difficile; les hivers y sont rigoureux et les attaques iroquoises, fréquentes.

Que lui réserve le destin?

Ce magnifique livre à l'aspect ancien et à couverture rigide comprend un signet-ruban.

Young Hélène St-Onge and her older sister Catherine are orphans. When King Louis XVI orders all the men in New France to marry, Catherine becomes a Fille du Roy, one of the many young women sent to the new world as brides. Hélène will accompany her on the long sea voyage and live with her sister's new family. But Catherine dies during the gruelling journey, and Hélène finds herself alone in a strange new country. New France is a far harsher place than she had imagined, with bitter winters and frequent threats of attack from the Iroquois. Will the new friendships she has made on her long voyage help her survive?

Original title: Alone in an Untamed Land

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781443122634
  • Publisher: Scholastic Canada Ltd
  • Publication date: 11/1/2012
  • Language: French
  • Series: Cher Journal
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Age range: 9 years
  • File size: 6 MB

Meet the Author

Maxine Trottier a écrit plusieurs livres pour les jeunes, dont bon nombre ont été primés, notamment Les vacances de Claire qui a reçu le Prix du livre M. Christie. Maxine vit à Newman's Cove, à Terre-Neuve.

Maxine Trottier is the author of three Dear Canada (Cher Journal) titles, Alone in an Untamed Land (Seule au Nouveau Monde), The Death of MyCountry (Mon pays à feu et à sang) and Blood Upon Our Land (Du sang sur nos terres). Maxine lives in the small outport of Newman's Cove in Newfoundland.

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