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SLPJ + Seuil Jeunesse & Gilles Bachelet

The Salon du Livre et de la Presse Jeunesse will host its 36th edition from 2 to 7 December in Montreuil, at the Espace Paris Est Montreuil. A meeting with more than 400 exhibitors and the greatest French and international authors of children's and young people's literature through of four scenarios: Literary, Comic, Audiobooks and digital book. A large exhibition, a space for young children.

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Sylvie Vassallo

Sylvie Vassallo , born on 12 September 1963 in Grasse (Ma- ritimes Alps), has been director of the Youth Press and Book Fair since 2001.


Nathalie Donikian

Nathalie Donikian is the literary director of the Salon du Livre et de la Presse Jeunesse.


Celine Ottenwaelter

Celine is the editor of the French publishing house Seuil-jeunesse. Since its creation in 1992, Seuil jeunesse has placed the creation of an innovative editorial policy at the centre of its activities, which is distinguished by its avant-garde graphic research and its diversity of words, images and forms. Always keen to offer young readers the desire to learn and discover while having fun, La Seuil jeunesse is enriched by around a hundred titles a year, taking care to address all audiences and exploring all genres. From illustrated books to albums, from picture books to documentaries, from games books to art books, the Seuil jeunesse is ... The catalogue, which already contains more than a thousand titles, is indicative of this demand.


Gilles Bachelet

Gilles Bachelet was born in 1952 in Saint-Quentín, in the north of France, but spent his childhood in the Pyrenees and studied at the Superior School of Decorative Arts (Paris). From 1977 he began to receive commissions as a freelance illustrator and abandoned his studies to devote himself fully to the world of work. Since then, he has produced illustrations for the press, advertising and books. He currently teaches illustration and editing tech- niques at the Ecole Superieure d’Art de Cambrai, France. He has received awards on various occasions, such as in the Montreuil Book Room and Youth Press and the Andersen Prize from Italy for his book Le Chevalier de Ventre-à-Terre, also published by Editorial Juventud. Gilles had just received the Grande Ourse prize. A recognized distinction from the Salon de la Pres- se et du Livre Jeunesse in Montreuil, France. One more star in his dossier.