L’enfant handicape au Quebec: bibliographie
Ministere des Affaires Cultureties
Bibliotheque Nationale du Quebec
[publication date unknown]
Submitter: It’s published by the Quebec government (Canada). I didn’t look too much into it; it’s about handicapped children. I just found it a bit off putting to have a government published book on handicap children have a sad looking child staring at shoes (which they are still able to wear) on its cover.
Holly: I don’t speak a word of French, but Google Translate tells me that the title says “The handicapped child in Quebec: bibliography” and it is published by the Ministry of Cultural Affairs and the National Library of Quebec.
I don’t get the picture on the cover either. What do shoes have to do with anything? Is this a list of books about services for handicapped children in Quebec, including places to shop for shoes and clothing? It looks old, based on the fashion of both the shoes and the boy’s shirt, so the information in it can’t be very current.
I can’t find it in WorldCat – a search for L’enfant handicape au Quebec: bibliographie brings up one result: Guide d’activités en stimulation précoce à l’usage des parents (which Google Translate says means “Early stimulation activity guide for parents). My guess is late 70s/early 80s, though, so it’s probably a weeder!