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Leila Rasheed

Nationalité : Liban
Métier : écrivain

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La biographie de Leila Rasheed

D'origine libyenne, Leila Rasheed vit désormais à Birmingham, au Royaume Uni.

Titulaire de deux masters, l'un en littérature enfantine, l'autre en écriture, elle est d'abord devenue libraire avant de réaliser son rêve : devenir écrivain. Elle a sorti son premier livre, "Maman, papa, les frites et moi", sorti en 2007, et traduit en français en 2012. C'est le premier tome d'une trilogie qui sont les trois journaux intimes d'une petite fille, Bathsheba.

- Chips, Beans and Limousine : The Fantastic Diary of Bathsheba Clarice de Trop (Maman, Papa, les frites et moi)

- Socks, Shocks and Secrets : The Spectacular Second Diary of Bathsheba Clarice de Trop.

- Doughnuts, Dreams and Drama Queens : The Theatrical Third Diary of Bathsheba Clarice de Trop.



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