Born in 1969, Anne was a journalist for fifteen years. A former blogger specializing in children's literature, she has written more than seventy books for young readers and teenagers, with publishing houses like Thierry Magnier (Car Boy), Nathan, Alice jeunesse, Bulles de savon, Ã€ pas de loups, Frimousse, Editions des Braques, among others. Her books, always evoking the personal issues of contemporary young people, are often studied in schools and won many awards. Anne often sets up creative writing workshops for children in schools and libraries.
ChloÃ© Fraser (Illustrator)
ChloÃ© graduated from the Strasbourg Decorative Arts School in 2012. She likes using traditional techniques (painting, engraving, etching) to create vivid and colourful illustrations with powerful compositions, published by Rue du monde and Talents hauts. She also organizes many workshops for children.
Nakashi Chowdhry (Translator)
Nakashi Chowdhry's fascination with foreign languages began when she first discovered French words in italics in the books she read as a child. She became determined to be fluent in French, and one day, she actually found herself teaching it! Originally from Delhi, she now lives in the gorgeous city of Str asbourg in France where she teaches English, translates and eats croissants every weekend.
Aslam helplessly witnesses his father's arrest: he disobeyed the British authorities by harvesting salt-a heavily taxed item. The boy is assailed with doubt. Why did his father break the law? Why doesn't sea salt belong to everyone? When he learns that Gandhiji is going to be marching through his village of Jalalpore, Aslam feels hopeful. He is the only one who can oppose the authorities and, maybe, free his father.
Discover the stories about events that changed the 20th century in the One Day Elsewhere series.
|Title:||One Day Elsewhere: My Father's Courage|
|Author:||Anne LoyerChloé FraserNakashi Chowdhry|