Clara was 13 years old. She was dark-haired, bubbly, loved to read, and dreamed of becoming a writer. One day in September 2006, she died suddenly from heart disease. The Clara Prize, initiated by her parents in her memory, encourages teenagers to write short stories in order to be published.
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Héloïse d'Ormesson and Éditions Fleurus publish the texts of budding writers, whose selection is presided over by academician Erik Orsenna and a prestigious jury. The profits from the sale of the book are donated to the ARCFA (Association for Research in Cardiology from the Fetus to the Adult). I recommend this exciting and fresh read, and it's also a great way to remember Clara.
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