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Rhapsody in Quebec

Foreword by Toula Drimonis “intelligent, funny, often ironic…” Publishers Weekly Born in Hungary in 1975, Akos Verboczy moved to Montreal, Quebec at the age of 11 with his sister and mother, an esthetician, who learned that in Canada women were willing to pay a fortune ($20) to have their leg hair brutally ripped out. His… Read more »

The History of Montréal

Montreal is one of those unique cities at the crossroads of history. Paul-André Linteau’s The History of Montréal provides essential background for both Montrealers and all those who will converge on the city to celebrate the 375th anniversary of the founding of Montreal in 1642. Montreal has always intrigued. For centuries, people have written, talked,… Read more »

21 Days in October

“… an excellent book for discussion in social science and history lessons that relate to Quebec. Favre’s writing moves at a quick pace, and expertly conveys many ideas and issues.” Caroline Chung, Resource Links, Connecting Classrooms, Librairies & Canadian Learning Resources. It’s before dawn in Montreal on October 16, 1970. Gaétan is finishing his shift… Read more »

You Could Lose An Eye

“Tongue-in-cheek humour abounds in the book.”— Canadian Jewish News You could lose an eye, My first 80 years in Montreal by David Reich is an inspiring, sometimes heart-rending, life story by a man whose tongue is always in his cheek. At 82 years young, David Reich offers readers a delightful insider’s view of Montreal’s vibrant… Read more »