Chartrand, Lili 1963–
Chartrand, Lili 1963–
Born January 15, 1963, in Valleyfield, Quebec, Canada. Education: Concordia University, graduated.
Home—Montreal, Quebec, Canada. E-mail—[email protected]
Graphic designer, film animation painter/colorist, and writer.
Governor General's Literary Award, 2006, for Le gros monstre qui aimait trop lire; White Ravens Award, 2007, for Rouge-Babine, vampire détective.
Malédiction, farces et attrapes!, illustrated by Jacques Hébert, Boréal (Montreal, Quebec, Canada), 2000.
Vent de folie sur Craquemou (novel), illustrated by Pierre Houde, Éditions P. Tisseyre (Montreal, Quebec, Canada), 2002.
Le fou du rouge, Hurtubise HMH (Montreal, Quebec, Canada), 2003.
L'affaire Von Bretzel, Hurtubise HMH (Montreal, Quebec, Canada), 2004.
Le gros monstre qui aimait trop lire, illustrated by Rogé Girard, Dominique (Saint-Lambert, Quebec, Canada), 2005.
Rouge-Babine, vampire détective, illustrated by Marie-Pierre Oddoux, La Courte échelle (Montreal, Quebec, Canada), 2006.
Taming Horrible Harry, illustrated by Rogé Girard, Tundra Books (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), 2006.
Pagaille à Couzudor, Hurtubise HMH (Montreal, Quebec, Canada), 2007.
Les maléfices de Mimi Réglisse, illustrated by Paule Bellavance, Dominique (Saint-Lambert, Quebec, Canada), 2007.
Mimi Réglisse et le grand Tournevis, illustrated by Paule Bellavance, Dominique (Saint-Lambert, Quebec, Canada), 2008.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Lili Chartrand Home Page,http://www.lilichartrand.com (September 26, 2007).
"Chartrand, Lili 1963–." Contemporary Authors. . Encyclopedia.com. (September 21, 2018). http://www.encyclopedia.com/arts/educational-magazines/chartrand-lili-1963
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