Digital readings for Christmas

The spirit of the holiday season has probably already started to enter your classroom. To enhance this time of the year, the Infobourg offers a series of readings that may interest your students.

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The holiday spirit has probably already started to enter your classroom. To enhance this time of the year, the Infobourg offers a series of readings that may interest your students.

To do this, we invite you to live a new reading experience. In one recent file, the Infobourg team addressed the topic of on-screen reading. We therefore invite you to try the experience with your students with these few titles available in digital format.

They are on sale at and can be downloaded to a computer or an iPad (via the app The hut).

For each of the titles offered, you can browse and download an extract.


Anouchka and the magic of Christmas
Annie gravel
Hurtubise editions
It's almost Christmas and Anouchka is getting ready to celebrate. Everything would be perfect if only Pomket's father could find a job. Eager to come to the aid of his girlfriend, the intrepid Anouchka has a brilliant idea by reading the classifieds in the newspapers: Monsieur Noé would make a terrific Santa Claus!

Hooray for Santa Claus!
Jean-Philippe Warren
Editions du Boréal
By seeking to understand how the feast of the Nativity has become the mercantile event par excellence of contemporary society, the author invites us to question the origin and genesis of customs that seem to us immemorial.

Tales and mysteries of the forest
Yvon Codere
Editions du Septentrion
An original and entertaining way to learn about the past and present lifestyles of the Amerindian peoples of Quebec.

The festivals of religions
Pierre Guénette
Novalis editions
With a view to opening up to the great traditions, The Feasts of Religions answers twenty-five questions from children concerning certain religious festivals. A quick overview, focused on the essentials.
6,95 $

Rites and beliefs
Sylvie Marcoux
Novalis editions
Three children discover the greatest religious trends in the world through research they carry out as part of a French course. They answer 25 essential questions about faith: in what do people who practice major religions believe? How do they express their beliefs? Are there rites reserved for children?

Winter surprises Winter surprises
Jean-Denis Cote
Isatis editions
On a beautiful winter day, Francis and his cousin Clara take a snowshoe trip with their grandfather. This one carries a mysterious bag. What's in it? Hikers will be well distracted and will sow several objects behind them. It's up to the reader to find them.


Happy digital reading!

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About the Author

Martine Rioux
Martine Rioux
After studying public communication, Martine worked as a journalist for various publications, before pursuing her career as an interactive communications consultant at La Capitale, a financial group, then at Québec Numérique, an organization she took over as general manager before making the jump. as political advisor in the office of the Minister for Digital Government Transformation. Today she is the online Editor-in-Chief and Special Projects Manager at l'École branchée. Her dream: that everyone has access to technology and can use it as a tool for learning and opening up to the world.

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