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Peace by Chocolate
The Hadhad Family’s Remarkable Journey from Syria to Canada
By (author): Jon Tattrie
Jon Tattrie

Imprint:

Goose Lane Editions

ISBN:

9781773101897

Product Form:

Paperback

Form detail:

Trade
Paperback , Trade
English

Audience:

General Trade
Oct 06, 2020
$22.95 CAD
Active

Dimensions:

9in x 6 x 0.56 in | 347 gr

Page Count:

216 pages
Goose Lane Editions
BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Business
 
Dartmouth Book Award for Non-Fiction 2021, Short-listed A <i>Hill Times</i> Top 100 Selection 2020, Short-listed Taste Canada Awards (Culinary Narratives) 2021, Short-listed Gourmand Award (Subject, Chocolate) 2022, Nominated Gourmand Award (Charity, North America Fun Raising) 2022, Nominated Gourmand Award (Charity, Peace) 2022, Nominated
  • Short Description

Finalist, Dartmouth Book Award for Non-Fiction, and Taste Canada Awards (Culinary Narratives)
Nominated for 3 Gourmand Awards
An Atlantic Bestseller
A Hill Times Top 100 Selection


February 2016. Antigonish, Nova Scotia.

Tareq Hadhad was worried about his father: Isam did not know what to do with his life. Before the war began in Syria, Isam had run a chocolate company for over twenty years. But that life was gone now. The factory was destroyed, and he and his family had spent three years in limbo as refugees before coming to Canada. So, in an unfamiliar kitchen in a small town, Isam began to make chocolate again.

This remarkable book tells the extraordinary story of the Hadhad family — Isam, his wife Shahnaz, and their sons and daughters — and the founding of the chocolatier, Peace by Chocolate. From the devastation of the Syrian civil war, through their life as refugees in Lebanon, to their arrival in a small town in Atlantic Canada, Peace by Chocolate is the story of one family. It is also the story of the people of Antigonish, Nova Scotia, and so many towns across Canada, who welcomed strangers and helped them face the challenges of settling in an unfamiliar land.

Finalist, Dartmouth Book Award for Non-Fiction, and Taste Canada Awards (Culinary Narratives)
Nominated for 3 Gourmand Awards
An Atlantic Bestseller
A Hill Times Top 100 Selection


February 2016. Antigonish, Nova Scotia.

Tareq Hadhad was worried about his father: Isam did not know what to do with his life. Before the war began in Syria, Isam had run a chocolate company for over twenty years. But that life was gone now. The factory was destroyed, and he and his family had spent three years in limbo as refugees before coming to Canada. So, in an unfamiliar kitchen in a small town, Isam began to make chocolate again.

This remarkable book tells the extraordinary story of the Hadhad family — Isam, his wife Shahnaz, and their sons and daughters — and the founding of the chocolatier, Peace by Chocolate. From the devastation of the Syrian civil war, through their life as refugees in Lebanon, to their arrival in a small town in Atlantic Canada, Peace by Chocolate is the story of one family. It is also the story of the people of Antigonish, Nova Scotia, and so many towns across Canada, who welcomed strangers and helped them face the challenges of settling in an unfamiliar land.

Jon Tattrie is the author of seven books, including the Canadian bestseller The Hermit of Africville. He works as a journalist for CBC Nova Scotia.

ARCs
National media relations, focusing on media interviews, essays, and features.
National print and digital advertising
Cross-Canada reading tour, including festivals, with events from coast to coast
Social media campaign

For more information contact
[email protected]

"Jon Tattrie expertly weaves the extraordinary story of the Hadhad family’s journey from Syria to Canada with a portrayal of the Antigonish community that came together to support them. Peace by Chocolate is a timely tale of triumph, a story about the gift of community and the power of determination, and one family’s passion for chocolate. We need more heartwarming stories like this, especially today." - Ayelet Tsabari, author of The Art of Leaving

"A beautiful story of adversity, loss, love, and hope. This captivating read shows us the power and potential of vision, drive, and community through the incredible journey of the Hadhad family — truly inspiring." - Jana Sobey, Vice President, Merchandising, Sobeys Inc

"An important, compassionate book, which everyone should read. It will change how you think about Syrian refugees. Peace by Chocolate will open your heart and mind and move you to reach out to people in need. This is a book about never losing hope." - Tima Kurdi, author of The Boy on the Beach

"I thought I knew about the Hadhad family’s journey, yet this book added depth and nuance to an already fascinating story. It encompasses the resilience of the Hadhads and the compassion and action of so many people – from the IRCC staff to the Antigonish community members who embraced the whole family." - Marie Chapman, CEO, Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21

"Sad and sometimes harrowing, it is testament to the strength a loving family possesses, giving its members the endurance to overcome seemingly impossible odds." - Kate Barlow, Oakville News

"Inspiring, uplifting, and essential reading for all." - James Mullinger, Editor-in-Chief, [EDIT] Magazine

"A story that reminds us that even against enormous odds positive outcomes are possible and that remarkable things can be accomplished through hard work and perseverance." - Ian Colford, Miramichi Reader

"I admit that when reading this, I had a few tears and felt so proud to be a Canadian!" - Canadian Cookbooks

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