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Notre nouveau site web pour les activités en ligne

06/05/2020

Comme vous savez sans doute, en raison de la situation avec la COVID-19, la bibliothèque a fermé temporairement le 13 mars 2020.

 

Mais nous ne vous avons pas oublié! Pour continuer à servir les enfants et familles de Montréal, nous avons lancé le 17 avril 2020 un site web pour les activités en ligne. Il contient des ressources et activités amusantes et éducatives que les familles peuvent explorer de chez eux!

 

Ça vous intéresse? Jetez-y un oeil ICI, et inscrivez-vous à la liste d'envoi pour être au courant de nos activités ICI. Suivez-nous sur Facebook et Instagram

 

Prenez soin de vous :)

Vidéo sur la bibliothèque

16/11/2017

Voici un merveilleux vidéo sur la bibliothèque. Êtes-vous curieux de voir ce qui s'y passe? Découvrez-le ici!

Entrevue radio à CBC

23/03/2017

Écoutez notre entrevue radio à CBC dans laquelle Rachel Lemblé, notre incroyable coordonatrice du programme Parents-enfants la Mère l'Oie, parle de la Bibliothèque des Jeunes de Montréal. 

Un immense merci à CBC pour cette merveilleuse opportunité!

Article sur la bibliothèque

19/01/2017

Jetez un oeil à cet article sur la bibliothèque!

 

Un grand merci à CanaDon pour l'aide et la vitrine offertes à la Bibliothèque des Jeunes de Montréal.

Infolettre

19/12/2016

Voice notre première infolettre. Joyeuses fêtes!

Westmount Independent

15/12/2016

Thanks to Mountainside for MCL supports

Nous déménageons!

30/10/2016

Dès le 31 octobre vous pourrez rejoindre le bureau administratif de la Bibliothèque des jeunes de Montréal au :
 
4121 42e Rue, Montréal, QC H1Z 1R8
Téléphone : (514) 276-7309
Courriel : info@mcl-bjm.ca
 
Si vous cherchez à participer à l’une de nos activités, le programme parent-enfant la Mère l’Oie ou bien vous êtes intéressé à visiter notre bibliothèque, veuillez communiquer avec nous du lundi au vendredi, de 13 h à 18 h. 

 On espère de vous voir bientôt ! 
 
L’équipe de la Bibliothèque des jeunes de Montréal

Westmount Independent

08/03/2016

Montreal Children's Library Little But Does Big Things

Candance Amarante's iBook

01/09/2015

MCL Board Member Becomes Children's iBook Author!

Like most debut children story writers, Candace Amarante’s call to writing started with her daughter. Her daughter is and has always been a clear and articulate chatter box. A few years ago, her daughter came home from daycare making sounds that she could not understand. Candace got scared, annoyed and frustrated with her little one. Her husband suggested that she tell their daughter stories to improve her speech. So, she did. Candace started to tell her stories on their metro rides to and from daycare. She made up the stories and they had a wonderful experience together. Candace and her husband later found out that the sounds their daughter was making were in fact words in Cantonese! She was repeating words and phrases from a little girl from Hong Kong in her class. From this serendipitous experience, the seed for storytelling was planted in Candace and it has been growing ever since! Candace lives with her husband and daughter in Montreal, Canada, where she is also a Board Member of the Montreal Children’s Library. She holds a doctorate in Political Science from Columbia University in the City of New York and is conversant in Krio, Italian, French but, unfortunately, not Cantonese!

How Little Pump became Big Jack is Candace’s first published children’s ibook. Look out for more stories from one of the most enthusiastic children’s story writers of today!

English version: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/id1043611338
French version: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/comment-petite-citrouille/id1044419766?...
Italian version: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/id1043616827

Radio Interview

12/02/2015

Elizabeth Macdonnell our Vega Branch Librarian was interviewed by Aaron Rand of CJAD 800AM!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SNvvp9Aryms&feature=youtube_gdata_player

The Montreal Children's Library finds New Quarters - Moves from Atwater to Pierce Street!

01/02/2015

The Montreal Times has written a great article about our Vega Branch!

http://mtltimes.ca/montreal-childrens-library-finds-new-quarters-moves-atwater-pierce-street/

The little library that could

01/02/2015

Children's library opens a new branch

14/01/2015

Here's a nice article from Montreal Families about our Vega Branch.

http://www.montrealfamilies.ca/Montreal-Families/February-2015/Childrens-library-opens-new-branch/

CTV Coverage

02/01/2015

What wonderful coverage. Thank you CTV

http://montreal.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=523580

VEGA BRANCH OPENING

01/01/2015

We celebrated the official opening our Vega Branches new location (1410 Pierce Street #150). Many guests joined us Saturday January 24 to celebrate! Jennifer Gasoi, our spokesperson, gave a speech, sang some songs and cut the ribbon to make it official. The day was great! Here is what aired on CBC and Global about the event.

http://www.cbc.ca/player/play/2649916637

http://globalnews.ca/video/1791389/jennifer-gasoi-at-montreal-childrens-library

http://globalnews.ca/news/1792062/montreal-childrens-library-re-opens-in-new-location/

Juddy Mappin Community Award Recipient

19/11/2014

Presenting The Judith Mappin Community Award winner Elizabeth Macdonnell, librarian at the Vega branch of the Montreal Children’s Library in Ville Marie.

http://montrealgazette.com/entertainment/arts/qwf-awards-sean-michaels-wins-again

L'art de partager son étoile

14/10/2014

http://plus.lapresse.ca/screens/6e015e2c-0a48-43a1-9083-2d2e499751b4%7c_0.html

André Hudon

07/10/2014

Congratulations to award winning MCL board member André Hudon! Thank you to the Comptables Professionnels Agréés de Montréal for the prize money and many thanks to Acklands Graiger for matching their contribution!

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