by Maroh

« Mon ange de bleu. Bleu du ciel. Bleu des rivières. Sources de vie... ». La vie de Clémentine bascule le jour où elle rencontre Emma, une jeune fille aux cheveux bleus, qui lui fait découvrir toutes les facettes du désir. Elle lui permettra d'affronter enfin le regard des autres. Un récit tendre et sensible. Prix du jeune auteur au Salon de la BD et Arts graphiques de Roubaix en 2010. Prix Citoyen au Festival de Blois 2010. Prix du Public au Festival d'Angoulême en 2011. Prix du meilleur album au festival de la BD d'Alger en 2011.

Le bleu est une couleur chaude
Publisher
GLENAT
Type
book
Language
French
ISBN-13
9782723467834
ISBN-10
272346783X
Number of Pages
156
Widht
225 mm
Lenght
320 mm
Weight
722 g
Format
Book
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