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Monet bookstore

Susane Duchesne - Librairie Monet
2752 De Salaberry Montreal H3M 1L3
Phone : 514-337-4088 poste 226


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School year/Age

Preschool to grade 12

Language level

French as a First Language
French immersion
French as a Second Language

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School subjects (secondary)

Fine Arts
Social studies
Information and Communication Technology


Website is available at all times. Our information and suggestion services are available Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5:30 pm.




Over 55,000 titles in stock, we offer the vastest choices in French literature, documentary and comic books for youth in Canada. We have over 40 years of experience servicing French immersion and francophone schools in minority settings, school boards, universities and municipal libraries. We offer an evaluation and collection development services, new releases with up to 3000 titles à month, follow ups on series and collections and our billing and delivery service is suited to your needs.

Monet believes in returning the booksellers trade to its former glory, not only by improving methods, but by redefining the very essence of the vocation. As conveyers of culture, we seek to build a bond between the book and the reader, because we believe that role that books play in our lives can make a difference in the way we interact with the world and with others.

On a daily basis, this fundamental belief leads our professional relations, beyond a mission statement, our objective tends towards a true social, cultural and community engagement. Our booksellers, driven by their professionalism and their love of books, actively push in favour of reading and what we call “bibliodiversité”