Gaël Aymon

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Gaël Aymon
Born Paris, France
Occupation Novelist
Nationality French
Genres Children's literature

Gaël Aymon is an author, screenwriter, film director and producer born in Paris, France.

Having attended the acting schools of Les Cours Florent and the Studio Pygmalion, Gael Aymon first embarks on a career in acting and directing. He has worked as a producer and distributor for the cinema and theatre.

He was first published as a children's author in 2010.


  • Perce-Neige et les trois ogresses (Éditions Talents Hauts - 2014)
  • Oublier Camille (Actes Sud Junior - Romans Ado - Rentrée littéraire 2014)
  • Le secret le plus fort du monde (Les éditions du Ricochet – 2014)
  • Ma reputation (Actes Sud Junior – Romans Ado – 2013)
  • The son of the giants ("Le fils des géants" – Éditions Talents Hauts – 2013) – supported by Amnesty International
  • Scarlet Slippers ("Les souliers écarlates" – Éditions Talents Hauts – 2012) – supported by Amnesty International
  • An Upside Down Birthday ("L'anniversaire à l'envers" – Éditions Talents Hauts – 2012)
  • Tales of Another Type ("Contes d'un autre genre" – Éditions Talents Hauts – 2011)
  • Giga-Boy (Éditions Talents Hauts – 2011))
  • A Space in the Playground ("Une place dans la cour" – Éditions Talents Hauts- 2011)
  • Princess Candy-Floss ("La princesse Rose-praline" – Éditions Talents Hauts- 2010)


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