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Hervé Le Goff.

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Hervé Le Goff was born in Saint-Brieuc in 1971. A graduate of the Beaux-Arts, he spent three years at the Beaux-Arts, in both Quimper and Caen, where he obtained a Diplôme National d'Arts Plastiques. 


He is the creator of the successful Mamie Poule series and the Entre dans le conte series, as well as the illustrator of Boucle d'or et autres contes en musique and Le Manteau Rouge, and the illustrator of dozens of children's books.

In 2000, he was awarded the “Prix de l'album jeunesse 2000 de Brive-la-Gaillarde”.

He was part of the 2023 traveling youth literature festival Les Troubadours in the United States. 

In 2024, he contributed to the poetry book Émotions in collaboration with Orianne Lallemand, Alex Cousseau, Eléonore Thuillier, Édouard Manceau, Andrée Prigent, Clotilde Perrin and Philippe Lechermeier.

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