Share in the One eRead Canada national reading experience!
From April 1-30, Jean-Christophe Réhel's novel, Tatouine, is available in digital formats with no waitlists and no holds thanks to public libraries across the country. Download the eBook or eAudiobook on the Libby App, opens a new window or through Cantook Station, opens a new window.
This year’s One eRead/Un Livrel Canada choice Tatouine by Jean-Christophe Réhel is a humorous novel about what life would be like on another planet, one of your own making.
Join the discussion with other bookworms by visiting the One eRead Canada Facebook group, opens a new window or join the live virtual conversations with a Radio-Canada host and the author, Jean-Christophe Réhel, on April 25 (in French) and with a CBC host and Katherine Hastings and Peter McCambridge, the translators on April 19.
Accessible versions Tatouine are available in both French and English for people with print disabilities through the Centre for Equitable Library Access (CELA) and the National Network for Equitable Library Service (NNELS). Service québécois du livre (SQLA) also makes copies available for their subscribers.
French: https://celalibrary.ca/node/20674666, opens a new window
English: https://celalibrary.ca/node/24360036, opens a new window
For more information, visit 1ereadlivrelcanada.ca, opens a new window.