Vanessa Bonneau

Vanessa Bonneau lives in Montreal, where it took super-ish hero efforts to make it to spring. But now, tulips!

Reviews by Vanessa Bonneau:

March 18, 2021
Superheroes, dinosaurs, mythical beasts, different kids, Black pride and a bedtime poem – our roundup of kids' book titles for spring 2021.
March 20, 2020
Louis Carson's Measure and MJ Lyons's Murder at the World's Fair take young readers on incredible trips.
March 24, 2018
This season's selection of books for young adults.
July 8, 2016
Highlights of the season’s books for young people
March 18, 2016
The year is off to a good start for Monique Polak. Not only will she see her eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth books for young readers published, but she’s also the first CBC/QWF Writer-in-Residence. For Polak, these are all opportunities to tell her stories.
July 1, 2011
This gives the book an authentic feel, and provides the reader with the inside scoop (on insecurities, on sex – the usual topics that make a diary a juicy read).
July 1, 2011
The stories are tight, economical, and each sentence has been nursed and carefully crafted. Spry has an ear for slang and tone; whether it’s a demented orderly or a young woman at rehab, he gets it right.
October 5, 2010
"You can’t be deep without a surface,” proclaims a cheeky lover in Jonathan Lethem’s You Don’t Love Me Yet, and surface, or in this case, style, is the first thing to jump out at the reader in Nadine Bismuth’s newly translated collection of short stories, Are You Married to a Psychopath? (Just look at the striking title.)