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Elise Gravel

Long a household name in Quebec, the author and illustrator is gaining notice in English Canada, one quirky character at a time


Books for Young People

Kidlit spotlight


TWO THINGS really get Elise Gravel’s creativity flowing: weird little monsters and girls who subvert gender norms. Both are found throughout the prolific author-illustrator’s catalogue of work, which ranges from picture books to graphic novels and even doodle books that encourage kids to learn to draw. And both feature in her upcoming June releases, Olga and the Smelly Thing from Nowhere (HarperCollins) and If Found... Please Return to Elise Gravel, which marks Gravel’s first outing with Montreal publisher Drawn & Quarterly.

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