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Robert Laffont
EAN : 9782221254233
Shaping : BROCHE
Pages : 192
Size : 135 x 215 mm
Novelty
Little Didier

Release date : 07/10/2021
A sensitive story set in the 1970s.
“From the house, I can see everything. As soon as there’s something brewing, I see it. I can see all the life in the project from where I live. It’s strategic. I know about everything that’s happening. Without counting the fact that, from my window, as soon as I see... “From the house, I can see everything. As soon as there’s something brewing, I see it. I can see all the life in the project from where I live. It’s strategic. I know about everything that’s happening. Without counting the fact that, from my window, as soon as I see someone or something, I come up with stories. I want to live, the world is so vast, and I want to be in it. (…) I’m just ten years old, and the city is already a whole world to discover.” Before JoeyStarr, there was little Didier Morville, who grew up in the Allende project in Saint-Denis with a cold, demanding father. To get over his boredom, as soon as the father had his back turned, the son, left to his own devices, would watch the strange, at times hostile, yet familiar environment around him—the low-rise projects, the playgrounds, the gang of dunces at the bag of the class, the stolen bikes… A story of his time, whose colors and details appear before his eyes.
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EAN : 9782221254233
Shaping : BROCHE
Pages : 192
Size : 135 x 215 mm
Robert Laffont