Three students from the 3rd Tourism class at Soualiga college distinguished themselves from their classmates by presenting their work during the annual end-of-3rd year assessment.
Manela Dumoulin and Elizabeth Paka-Joan-Pierre wrote individually, in French, an illustrated fantasy story featuring a main character, Swali the mongoose and various protagonists. Captivated by the narration, readers are immediately transported to the paradise island of Saint-Martin, which they discover from an original and captivating medium. However, it was Titianna Charville who stole the show from her peers by writing and illustrating a short story written entirely in English and entitled “A Swaligan tale”.
A guided tour of Saint-Martin against a background of horror scenes mixing reality and fiction relates a cultural fact “Horrible jumbies and scary ghosts”.
Titianna Charville's pen leaves no doubt about her skills, skills worthy of an already established writer just waiting to be confirmed.
Mr. Jean-Luc Frigo praised the path of excellence taken by the three young girls, which made him a fulfilled principal and did not fail to insist on the field of possibilities opening up to them.
Congratulations to the tourism students and their teacher, Jérémie Huot!
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