Among the guests protagonists of the 14th edition of the Bourse aux livres de SaussayMes-Moires editions were represented among others by the author Bastien Cressent and the illustrator Manon Ras who collaborated on the three volumes of The legend of the golden flute. In this trilogy, myths, legends and tales serve an initiatory research. “The fantastic allows you to tell stories of universal significance that promote escape”, comments Bastien Cressent. “Illustrations allow the development and exploration of the imagination”, adds Manon Ras.
Also present was Haifa Zitari, author of Faustine wants to fly and passionate about the topic of personal development. “I want my works to encourage children to take on challenges, it is often absent from our educational model, she explains. I wanted to read inspiring stories to my son. I haven’t found any. After thinking, I started writing. “
Her three books were written in collaboration with female teachers so that they could be tools for school teachers.
The young audience was very present and very curious to discover the imaginaries on offer. “I love to discover stories full of magic and adventure”, explains Lou-Anne who left The legend of the golden flute dedicated. “It’s the unmissable meeting place for book lovers” emphasize Paulette, Josiane and Joëlle, volunteers from the bar who offered the visitors pancakes and cakes.
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