Agence Ambre Communication - Agence littéraire - Literary Agency
Korrigan Collection
An open invitation to discover other cultures.

The Korrigan Collection - 18 titles- presents traditionnal stories, myths and legends from around the world.

Books in this collection are tailored for young readers approaching the end of elementary school (age 10 and up) as well as adolescents attending secondary school.
Additional educational material is included at the end ot each book, including a glossary, description of the story's origin and information about the author and illustrator.

WHEN DEMONS REIGNED (Hindu Myth)
WHEN DEMONS REIGNED (Hindu Myth)
In ancient times, demons threatened the universe that the gods had created. Mahishasura, one of the demons, had received the privilege of being invincible to all gods and men. But then, Durga, the most beautiful woman to ever live on Earth, challenged him.
THE WEAVER OF THE SKY (Chinese Legend)
THE WEAVER OF THE SKY (Chinese Legend)
The Weaver of the Sky is the seventh daughter of the Heavenly Emperor. She weaves the clouds of dusk and dawn. One day, she gives into the temptation of descending upon the earth. She falls in love with Kengyù, a simple cowhand, whom she marries. But their love is forbidden because gods aren’t permitted to unite with mortals.
THE BIRTH OF SEAGULL (Inuit Tale)
THE BIRTH OF SEAGULL (Inuit Tale)
What would the seashore be without sea gulls? How did this beautiful seabird come to exist? This Inuit tale answers this question by letting readers fly with the wind sweeping across the vast white plains of the northern winter.
KADO, THE FOOL (Breton Tale)
KADO, THE FOOL (Breton Tale)
Everyone laughs at the expense of Kado, a hunched back beggar roaming the roads of Brittany. But don’t let his appearance fool you... Kado is quite smart. He’ll prove it by confronting Cornik, the owner of the pot of gold and the spear that kills.
WOLVERINE, THE WOODS DEVIL (Native American Tale)
WOLVERINE, THE WOODS DEVIL (Native American Tale)
First winter. Left to fend for himself, Innu is hungry. He can’t stand the sight of his two sons agonizing in his wigwam, so he decides to weather the storm to go check on his traps, hoping to bring back game to save his family. But is he really the predator or will he become the prey?