Husband-and-wife team Marie-Louise Gay and David Homel and have combined their prodigious writing and illustrating talents with their own family memories to produce a very different kind of travelogue.
Summer in the City is the third title in the series by Marie-Louise Gay and David Homel, but it's a travel story with a twist — this time Charlie and his family stay home, and find adventure in their own Montreal neighborhood.
The sequel to Travels With My Family takes place in a village in southern France, where Charlie and his brother make some new friends, see the running of the bulls and find other adventures large and small.
Charlie and his family are about to embark on another trip, to another out-of-the-way place off the beaten path. This time they are heading to an island in Croatia, a country Charlie has never even heard of. An incredibly beautiful country that lives in the shadow of war and conflict.
Louise refuses to leave her big brother, Jake, alone, and when Jake, in desperation, wishes Louise were a dog, he is suddenly faced with a terrifying possibility.
Marie-Louise Gay has written and illustrated this humorous and endearing tale as an ode to the imagination and determination of children, who create their own worlds out of the little things in life.
Marie-Louise Gay brings her charmingly wacky style to the familiar tale of the three little pigs.