A Treasure in My Garden

Stories and songs Gilles Vigneault Illustrations Stéphane Jorisch
Singers Hart-Rouge, Davy Gallant, Connie Kaldor

Tender, subtle and irresistibly simple songs with lyrics that will delight children’s ears. Gilles Vigneault’s wandering mind carries us far away into an imaginative world full of poetry. J’ai pour toi un lac and Les amours, les travaux, two “adult” classics he penned many years ago, fit perfectly alongside lullabies and nursery rhymes. The 13 songs are also available on a DVD as short animated films produced by various filmmakers.
Age: 2-7 / Pub date: 2005


Gilles Vigneault, a member of the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame, is hailed as one of Canada’s most important music figures of the 20th century, especially as a champion Québécois folksinger. His work often evokes his great love of nature and the passion he has for his hometown - Natashquan, a remote, wind-swept village on the banks of the St. Lawrence. He has received numerous distinctions including the "Grand prix du disque de l'Académie Charles-Cros" in France and the "Médaille Vermeil" offered by the City of Paris


Stéphane Jorisch is a four-time winner of the Governor General’s Literary Award, the Ruth-Schwartz Children’s Book Award and the Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Illustrator's Award. He has also created set designs for Le Cirque du Soleil.

Quotes from the press

“A smart multi-media package full of wit and whimsy”
Foreword Magazine

“A dreaming child takes flight. Lovely.”
Los Angeles Times

“Peg this as an unusual gift for the artsy kid who has everything”
EW.com (Entertainment Weekly Online)


Parents’ Choice Gold Award

National Parenting Publications Association (NAPPA) Honors Award


You are listening to featured song, “Scuttlebut, What a Nut” performed by Paul Campagne.

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Scuttlebut, What a Nut

Exerpt from the DVD "A Treasure in my Garden"

Directors Brian Duchscherer, Marie-Claude Fontaine Technical Assistant Thea Pratt
Sound Effects Caboom FX