Flore Vesco's D’Or et D’Oreillers has won the Prix Sorcières in the Carrément Passionnant Maxi category. Loosely inspired by The Princess and the Pea fairy tale, D’Or et D’Oreillers is a thrilling adventure and love story about self-discovery.
The Prix Sorcières is an annual literary prize awarded in France since 1986 to works of children's literature in a number of categories. This is Flore Vesco's second win in this category. She previously won the award in 2020 for her novel L'estrange Malaventure de Mirella. The prizewinners were decided jointly by the ALSJ (Association des Librairies Spécialisées Jeunesse) and the ABF (Association des Bibliothécaires de France).