Anne-Laure Bondoux was born on April 23, 1971, in the region surrounding Paris, where she still lives today with her two children. She studied Modern Letters at the University of Paris XNanterre, and during her education, created writing workshops for disadvantaged children, for which she eventually received the Prix Fondation of France. After having done some theater, Bondoux joined the editorial staff at Bayard Presse in 1996. There she worked on Jaime Lire, a literary, educational publication for children, and in 1998 participated in the launch of a new kids magazine titled Maximum.
Bondoux retired from journalism in 2000 in order to devote her time exclusively to writing, and is the author of several childrens books, including The Destiny of Linus Hoppe, and The Second Life of Linus Hoppe. Bondoux also writes songs for the theater.
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