Victoria Jamieson

  • Roller girl

    Victoria Jamieson

    • 404 editions
    • 22 Septembre 2016

    Astrid, 12 ans, est inséparable de sa meilleure amie, Charlotte. Jusqu'au jour où elle découvre le Roller Derby. Astrid devra alors apprendre à surmonter ses craintes et s'entraîner dur pour devenir une véritable Roller Girl !


    Victoria Jamieson

    • Puffin usa
    • 5 Juillet 2016

    The New York Times bestselling author of Roller Girl has written an Olympics-themed picture book that brings home the bacon--just in time for the 2016 Games! Boomer the Pig has been training hard for the Animal Olympics, so when he loses his first race, he shrugs it off and cheerfully moves on. One event after another, Boomer keeps losing, and the frustration begins to get to him. But even after coming in last in every sport, there's no getting this Olympig down. It's just great practice for the Winter Games! This encouraging and hilarious story is for every kid who's ever been told "you can't win 'em all." "A humorous romp."-- Publishers Weekly



    • Dial books
    • 14 Avril 2020

    Heartbreak and hope exist together in this remarkable graphic novel about growing up in a refugee camp, as told by a Somali refugee to the Newbery Honor-winning creator of Roller Girl. Omar and his younger brother, Hassan, have spent most of their lives in Dadaab, a refugee camp in Kenya. Life is hard there: never enough food, achingly dull, and without access to the medical care Omar knows his nonverbal brother needs. So when Omar has the opportunity to go to school, he knows it might be a chance to change their future . . . but it would also mean leaving his brother, the only family member he has left, every day. Heartbreak, hope, and gentle humor exist together in this graphic novel about a childhood spent waiting, and a young man who is able to create a sense of family and home in the most difficult of settings. It's an intimate, important, unforgettable look at the day-to-day life of a refugee, as told to New York Times Bestselling author/artist Victoria Jamieson by Omar Mohamed, the Somali man who lived the story.