• Title English : The Hermes Order Paper: Greek mythology in one hundred episodes
• Author : Murielle Szac and Jean-Manuel Duvivier
• Pages : 256 Sheets
• Publisher : Bayard (September 7, 2006)
• Collection : CONTES
• ISBN-10 : 2747019268
• ISBN-13 : 978-2747019262
• Product Dimensions : 27 x 2 x 23,5 cm
• Format Kindle : PDF, Paperback, Ebook and Epub
• Price : €
• Rating : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 7/10
♦ Description : “Greek mythology in one hundred episodes. “The sun was barely up when Hermes came out of his mother’s womb. He stretched, yawned and jumped to his feet. Then he ran to the entrance of the cave where he had just been born to admire the world. “How beautiful it is !” he murmured. “It is with these words that begins The drama of Hermes, a young god of Greek mythology who discovers the world in the manner of a child. This book, animated by the breath of the founding myths, invites us to a wandering reading: the one by which we follow the thousand and one twists of a story of which our hero is the thread.
Renewing with the orality of the first stories, this story can be read aloud, and shared with family or class. Put at the reach of all, it offers answers, often fabulous, to the questions that every human being asks himself. It is a promise of meetings, listening and dialogue between young and old.
“Murieile Szac – was born in Lyon where she studied Sciences Po and a master’s degree in Modern Literature before joining the Journalists Training Center in Paris. She has been a reporter for Thursday’s event and a documentary filmmaker. She is currently the editor of three monthly Bayard Jeunesse: Popi, Tralalire and Les Belles Histoires. She has written several books published by Seuil, Pion, Thierry Magnier and Atelier …
Murielle Szac is a journalist and writer. After being a political journalist at Thursday’s L’Evénement weekly, she was editor-in-chief of the monthly magazine Rebondir. She is now editor in chief of Bayard’s three early childhood monthly publications: Popi, Tralalire and Les Belles Histoires. She has also been a director of TV documentaries. She is author of many books for the youth, including: The soap opera of Hermes, The soap opera of Theseus and The soap opera of Ulysses; Greek mythology in a hundred episodes (Bayard Editions), Expulsion and I’m waiting for mom (Editions Thierry Magnier). She also directs the collection “Those who said no”, Editions Actes Sud Junior which she wrote a few titles. She is the companion of Bruno Doucey, who is also author and publisher of collections of poetry.
Murielle Szac, born in 1964 in Lyon, is a journalist, writer and director of French documentaries. Writer and journalist, she has long been editor-in-chief of Bayard’s three early childhood monthals: Popi, Tralalire and Les Belles Histoires. She is therefore very familiar with the world of toddlers, but also that of the school since she is now busy making the link between Bayard’s journals and teachers. She has written some essays and several novels for the youth and also directs the collection “Those who said no” Actes Sud junior editions and the collections “Poés’idéal” and “On the wire” editions Bruno Doucey. She is the author of many books for children, such as The Feuilleton d’Hermès, The Feuilleton de Thésée and The Feuilleton d’Ulysse. Murielle Szac likes stories that make you laugh, cry or dream, stories that deal with essential themes and above all that make you want to change the world.”
“Jean-Manuel Duvivier – was born in Paris but lives and works in Brussels where he teaches visual communication at the National School of Visual Arts in La Cambre. He is also a freelance illustrator, particularly for advertising and communication.
Jean-Manuel Duvivier is a French illustrator who lives and works in Brussels, where he holds the position of Head of the Visual Communication Department at the Cambre School. Jean-Manuel’s specialty is non-specialization: he loves editorial work for magazines and newspapers, corporate images for their annual report, advertising campaigns and illustrations for children’s books. He has published children’s books at: Yale University Press, Gallimard, Flammarion, Bayard Edition, Mango, Syros, Editions Hatier, Editions de l’Edune, etc.”