Sport Prix Dimoitou 2022. "I expected less well". Daniel returns to his experience in the jury
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Arrived the day before Cherbourg in Cotentin, Daniel El Sabbagh Ferey, 8, is looking forward to debating with the other members of the jury
Dimoitouon this Saturday, October 1. His role will be to elect a novel for 8-10 year olds from a selection of five pounds that he was able to discover a month earlier.
"I do not read much but I love it"
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tells us modestly this student of CE2 at the Marie Lamotte school, yet selected from 449 letters of candidates.
"I especially like detective novels and adventure books" . But after two hours of debate with nine other children from Brittany, Normandy or Pays de la Loire, it is ultimately Memoirs of theforest which won the majority of votes within the jury. This first novel by Mickaël Brun-Arnaud, former nurse, treats with gentleness and poetry of Alzheimer's disease. Or rather the disease of "forgetting -all", like its characters - of forest animals - calls it.
© Franck Dubray / Ouest France Prix Dimoitou 2022 at Le Mans: the jury children vote for their favorite book "I did not vote for this one but I liked it anyway so I'm happy" , Add Daniel. What he appreciated is that there is
"Nobody of bad guys in this book, people are nice and there is adventure" . Despite everything, he continues: "I would have liked Charles 1943 (a book on a resistant little boy during the Second World War) also wins" . The little boy did not hide his joy at being able to ask questions of the winning author during a privileged lunch with him. "Can we know what will happen below?"he asks, curious. If the author wishes to keep the surprise, he nevertheless reveals to us that there will ultimately be four volumes for the forest memoirs, one for each season.
Quickly became an accomplice with her comrades for a day, however older for the most part, Daniel leaves this happy day. It must be said that he expected "unless well"as a welcome ... his future after that?
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Man walks free over Xmas day killing .
Hudson Martin has been acquitted of manslaughter by a Supreme Court jury, after he fatally hit a Victorian grandfather with a baseball bat on Christmas Day. Hudson Martin, 21, faced trial by jury in Victoria's Supreme Court after being charged with manslaughter over the death of Anthony Clark, 50, during a 2019 street brawl in the city's northeast. Jurors returned the verdict on Friday after one day of deliberations, finding Mr Martin not guilty.Applause erupted in the court room in Melbourne as the verdict was read out by the jury foreperson, with tears flowing from members of Mr Clark's family.