In Sablé-sur-Sarthe, who won the high school comics prize?

In Sablé-sur-Sarthe, who won the high school comics prize?
In Sablé-sur-Sarthe, who won the high school comics prize?

This is the culmination of a year-long project. Thursday, May 23, 2024, 139 students from Sainte-Anne, Raphaël-Elizé and Val-de-Sarthe high schools gathered at L’Apostrophe to decide between the six comic strips in competition as part of the High School Comics Prize.

The Last Quay popular with high school students

Organized each year by the intercommunal media library of Pays Sabolien, this competition takes place from November to May. “We are working with the establishments’ librarians to offer six comic strips in different styles to students,” explain Marie Rolland and Yasmine Redois, librarians. Manga, science fiction, history… there was something for everyone. “I discovered books that I wouldn’t necessarily have borrowed from the media library,” admits Maya, student in 1D at Sainte-Anne high school. “I am going to vote for Born rebels, I loved “, Jade announces. A crush that is not shared by his comrades since it is The Last Quay by Nicolas Delestret which was acclaimed. A poetic work about life and death. The students were also able to interact with the author during his visit to Sablé-sur-Sarthe.

At the same time, the media library also organizes a comic book prize for middle school students, a novel prize for 6e and 5e as well as a general public competition which ends in June.

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