J’ai oublié de te dire je t’aime

June 14, 2018

• Title English : I forgot to tell you I love you
• Author : Miriam Moss, Anna Currey, Dominique Mathieu (Translator)
• Pages : 24 Sheet
• Age range : 3 – 5 years
• Publisher : Father Castor-Flammarion (February 15, 2006)
Collection : Les p’tits albums du Père Castor
• ISBN-10 : 2081631857
• ISBN-13 : 978-2081631854
Product Dimensions : 21 x 0,4 x 21 cm
• Format Kindle : eBook, Mobipocket, PDF and Epub 
• Price : € 6,86
• Rating : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 8/10

♦ Description : “Mom and Billy are late. It’s Doudou’s fault, of course, who refuses to have breakfast. That’s why you have to run to the daycare. And, in a hurry, Mom forgets to tell Billy something very important.”

Author Biography

Biography

“Anna Currey”

Anna Carey – is an American youth writer. She grew up in Huntington, New York. She studied at Walt Whitman High School. She did literary studies at New York University where, taking advantage of the good advice of a teacher (writing every day and being patient) she planned to make writing her profession. She worked in publishing in New York, published her first series Sloane Sisters. After two years in New York, she moved to the West Coast and wrote her first young adult series, The Eve Trilogy. She now lives very pleasantly in Los Angeles.”


Biography

“Dominique Mathieu”

Dominique Mathieu – Dominique Sylvain was an independent journalist for “Le Journal du Dimanche,” then a corporate journalist and head of patronage in the steel industry (Usinor group). For thirteen years she lived with her family in Asia. Thus, Tokyo, where she spent ten years, inspired her first novel “Baka!” (1995). “Sisters of Blood” and “Transvestites” (1997 and 1998) were written in Singapore.

She received the Sang d’Encre Award in 2000 for “Vox”, the Michel Lebrun Award in 2001 for “Strad”, the Elle 2005 Reader’s Prize for “Passage du désir” and the LIRE Magazine’s Best Polar Award. for “Dirty War” in 2011.
Her novels have all been published in the Chemins Nocturnes collection, published by Viviane Hamy.”