Moi j’adore, la maîtresse déteste

September 11, 2018

• Title English : I love, the mistress hate
• Author : Elisabeth Brami and Lionel Le Néouanic
• Pages : 92 Sheets
• Publisher : Threshold Youth (September 1, 2002)
Collection : Albums Jeunesse
• ISBN-10 : 2020537966
• ISBN-13 : 978-2020537964
Product Dimensions : 16,8 x 16,5 x 1,2 cm
• Format Kindle : PDF, Paperback and Ebook
• Price : 12,90
• Rating : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 6/10

♦ Description : “I LOVE, THE MASTER HATES. Let it be said that we lost our schoolbag to not work. To have his work done by his parents. May mom or dad make an appointment to see and complain … And for the 20 years of Threshold Youth, a pamphlet written by Elizabeth Brami and illustrated by Lionel the Neoanic, who presents with humor and tenderness the ten tips to do not forget to start the year well: be polite, do not push, do not insult, lift your finger to say something, do not denounce, unless it is serious, etc.”

Author Biography

Born in Warsaw – raised in France, Elisabeth Brami is author of nearly eighty books in children’s literature published at Seuil, at Hachette, Casterman, Thierry Magnier, Nathan … Some have been translated in the United States, in Germany, in Japan, Korea, Spain, the Netherlands … and have received numerous awards. She is also a clinical psychologist. I write to you as I love you is her first novel. A psychologist in a teenage hospital, Elisabeth Brami also runs writing workshops. What could be more natural then if his books attempt to heal the small and great wounds of the soul with words. Elisabeth Brami is a member of the charter of authors and illustrators of youth and participates in animations and writing workshops.”


Lionel Le Néouanic – is an author-illustrator, born in 1964 in Saint-Nazaire, Loire-Atlantique. Live in Ardèche. He took classes at the Estienne school in Paris. He is part of the pelted Cats, which are three: Christian Olivier, Benoît Morel (singer of La Tordue). Lionel the Néouanic (aka Zemle). Trained at the Estienne School (applied arts), they are now authors and illustrators, graphic artists and musicians (for the first two anyway). They made all the album covers of Straight Heads.”