Touching children’s hearts

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My first reading close to my Swiss hometown: all 30 chairs at the Bistro Bechandra in Elgg were taken. What are the most touching moments during the readings of children’s books? My very special moments are when small girls and boys start telling things like about a cat, who came to their house, who did […]

My first children’s book is born

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My friends are very supportive. They all are very fond of «Leonard and Loulou». Many thanks! Publishing a book is like being pregnant and giving birth to a child. “Leonard and Loulou”, my first children’s book, is like a child who is taking me on a journey I never thought it would exist. I had […]

Conversation between brothers: Scene 24

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  Conversation between brothers: Scene 24 1 pm in the kitchen while cleaning the dishes Big boy:        “When did you shower last?”Little boy:     “Why are you asking?”Big boy:        “Well, you smell!”Little boy:     “None of your business!”Big boy:        “And look at your hair style!”Little boy:     “Anything wrong with my hair?”Big […]

Conversation between brothers: Scene 17

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Conversation between brothers: Scene 17 12.35 p.m. at lunch   Big boy:         “He’s always correcting me, mom.” Little boy:      “But you said it wrong.” Big boy:         “But you’re making fun of me.” Little boy:      “No. Not at all.” Big boy:         “You think you know all better.” Little boy:      “No. But […]

Conversation between brothers: Scene 15

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5.12 p.m. after school Big boy:         “Why are you so late from school?” Little boy:     “Am I late?” Big boy:         “It’s 10 past 5 and your school finished at 4.20.” Little boy:     “No, it was 4.30.” Big boy:         “No. It’s always 4.20.” Little boy:     “Okay… I had to walk back […]