Hapsatou Guisset likes to share reading with children at the Vierzon media library

Hapsatou Guisset likes to share reading with children at the Vierzon media library
Hapsatou Guisset likes to share reading with children at the Vierzon media library

Hapsatou Guisset is very involved in local life, notably at the Paul-Éluard media library, where she offers readings to children every Wednesday.

As part of the action The media library is yours the Hapsatou Readings are offered to children on Wednesdays, at 3 p.m., since the beginning of the year, at the Paul-Éluard municipal media library, in Vierzon.

Hapsatou Guisset is originally from Mauritania. She arrived in France in July 2023, and more precisely in Vierzon in September. She is a mother of three children – including two girls, Mariem and Jemilatou, and a boy, Ibrahima.

French teacher

After working for ten years in the banking sector, her interest in the French language and culture – music, cooking, etc. – led her to retrain to become a teacher of French and foreign languages ​​in the Mauritanian capital Nouakchott. She studied there, obtained her competitive examination in 2018 and taught.

As soon as she arrived in Vierzon, she registered with Greta and began several training courses and modules in English, eco-citizenship, office automation and accounting. She also attends the Learn French (ALF) association, volunteers at the Vierzon nursing home Les Cinq Rivières and is part of the parents’ group at the Charot-Molière school.

Bringing stories to life

The young woman has been frequenting the media library since her arrival and her appetite for reading children’s books for her children has given her the desire to share these moments with other young people.

She then slipped this idea into the media library box reserved for this purpose and was quickly contacted by Jeanne Leblanc, director of the establishment. She suggested that she join the Livres à soi group, run by librarians, to better understand books with children, to know how to bring them to life, to tell them, with a certificate at the end.

Hapsatou Guisset reads, offers parents the opportunity to read, if their children wish, books that they have chosen or that she suggests. The activity is free, without registration. We almost want to become a child again to come and listen to the stories told by Hapsatou.

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