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© Franck Dubray / Ouest France Prix Dimoitou 2022 at Le Mans with the winning author Mickael Brun-Arnaud and his book "Memoirs of the forest"
children From the Jury of the Dimoitou/Ouest-France Prize rewarded, Saturday, October 1, a sensitive and poetic story around the friendship between a sage fox and a mole that loses its memory.
This Saturday, October 1, at Le Mans, the ten children of the Prix Dimoitou/Ouest-France (sponsored by Oprtic 2000, have read!, Maif, Librairie Doucet at Le Mans) debated all morning on the five children's books Selection (1). Result of the deliberation, it is the fabulous Memoirs of the forest, the memories of Ferdinand Taupe which won the majority of the votes: the story of Archibald Le Renard, bookseller in a forest, and Ferdinand the Taupe, Affected by the illness of forgetting-all, in search of the book where he has recorded his memories. The first, affected by the vulnerability of the second, decides to help him. The duo leaves in the footsteps of this famous collection, through the forest. An epic and madly exciting adventure that touched the ten children from 8 to 10 years old composing the jury.
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I did not expect it, savor the author, Mickaël Brun-Arnaud, 36, whose book is selected in several salons. Elsewhere, these are juries of adults, I wondered if it would react to a jury of children, confides the one who signs a first work there.
Enora Tanguy-Mallouez, 9, from Rezé, was seduced by the compassion of the fox for his aging taupe friend: I felt a lot of emotions, I liked everything. Louisa Lebarbier Aymonin, 9, from Rennes, is just as enthusiastic, telling he has shed a tear. I loved the suspense and friendship between the characters is moving, underlines Angèle Hervieu, 8, who came from Dol-de-Bretagne in Ille-et-Vilaine, sensitive to playful and colorful writing of the author Mickaël Brun-Arnaud. The description of the illness of forgetting-all makes us travel in the forest and in the head of Ferdinand, appreciates Daniel El Sabbagh Ferey, 8, from Cherbourg-en-Cotentin (Manche). The theme of Alzheimer's is original, adds Jeanne Besson, 9, from Le Mans, who notices that the disease is rarely addressed in children's literature.
Prix Dimoitou 2022. Four jurors of Ille-et-Vilaine awarded a literary prize at Le Mans
© Franck Dubray / Ouest France Four children of Ille-et-Vilaine were part of the jury which elected the Dimoitou prize 2022 At Le Mans (Sarthe), yesterday: Louisa Lebarbier-Aymonin, Angèle Hervieu, Mathis Fleureau and Amaury Chamois. Louisa Lebarbier-Aymonin, Angèle Hervieu, Mathis Fleureau and Amaury Chamois, passionate readers of 8 or 10 years old, were sworn in the Dimoitou/Ouest-France Prize this Saturday October 1, 2022 at Le Mans.
That of forgetting-all has no secrets for our happy winner, who worked for ten years as a neuropsychologist specializing in gerontology before opening a bookstore specialized in manga and Japanese literature in Paris. My two trades come in in this book, underlines Mickaël Brun-Arnaud who explains that he was inspired by all his former patients to imagine the character of Ferdinand La Taupe. With the concern for not plumming young readers. For this ultimately very serious subject, I wanted a very comforting universe, the forest with anthropomorphic animals. Children are divided between the feeling of discovery and the love story presented in the novel. Adults see more serious issues.
The five novels of the Dimoitou Prize selection:
Winner: Memoirs of the Forest - The Souvenirs of Ferdinand Taupe , 320 pages, the school of leisure, € 14.50. Mickaël Brun-Arnaud. Illustrated by Sanoe.
Breton butter and Afghan sugar , 256 pages, Actes Sud junior, € 13.50. Anne Rehbinder.
Bakari Champollion, treasure hunter , 206 pages, octopus fictions, € 11.95. Marine Orenga.
Charles 1943 , 256 pages, octopus fictions, € 11.95. Florence Medina.
pod and the book of scribes , 192 pages, Didier Jeunesse, € 12.90. Tristan Koëgel.
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