• Santa Fruta

    Santa Fruta

    Santa Fruta, by Delphine Perret, illustrated by Sébastien Mourrain In the Colorado desert, a cactus is feeling bored. Thousands of kilometers away, a cat loves nothing better than to lie flat on the ground next to the radiator. Following advice from a psychologist for cats, ... More

  • Haïkus for Little Ones

    Haïkus for Little Ones

    Les Haïkus des tout petits, by Alain Serres, illustrated by Judith Gueyfier A collection of 32 poems in haiku style, evoking the feelings and experiences that make up a very young child’s day. Slip this board book into your bag and make poetry a daily delight. 70 pages boar... More

  • This Is My Pond

    This Is My Pond

    C’est ma mare, by Claire Garralon “Oh, what a pretty pond”, says the yellow duck. “This is my pond.”
A white duck comes along, “Oh! What a lovely pond! This is my pond!” And thus the pond is divided. But, along comes a red duck. Then a green one… Whose... More

  • That Night At The Museum…

    That Night At The Museum…

    Cette nuit-là au musée, by Isabelle Simler The sun sets on the museum, everything seems still. But suddenly, a butterfly escapes from its window display. And then, animals, fossils and objects in all the museum halls come to life! For one night a great feast gathers all... More

  • Léon’s Houses, Where Is My Cuddly Toy?

    Léon’s Houses, Where Is My Cuddly Toy?

    Les maisons de Léon, Doudou où es-tu ?, by Lorea De Vos A new series of ingenious books designed by Lorea De Vos, architect and mother of two kids. The house appears gradually while you turn the pages. Each story deals with everyday life themes which allow the little-ones to ... More

  • Mini-Secrets


    Mini-Secrets, by Anne Crahay A cardboard book in a mini format, with a smart elegant finish: toddlers will love it! Little rhymed stories written as riddles. The answers to the questions are placed beneath large flaps that slightly stick out of the page, which makes them easy-to ... More

  • WHY ?

    WHY ?

    Pourkoâ ? by Mei Mitsuki Why are there ants? Yes, why? Frog is always asking questions, just like her young readers. When she asks ‘Why are there …?’ adults and children alike will want to open the book and find out more. She keeps us guessing until the last page, when... More

  • Zebulon and the Rain

    Zebulon and the Rain

    Zébulon et la pluie, by Alice Brière-Haquet, illustrated by Olivier Philipponneau & Raphaëlle Enjary Zebulon is hiding under his umbrella. But where is all this water that is running on his back coming from? He’s decided, he is going to cut off the supply! But the other... More

  • My Father’s Grandma

    My Father’s Grandma

    La Maman de la maman de mon papa, by Gaëtan Dorémus A child dreams of meeting his great grandmother, even if she must be « really really really old »… He manages to convince his parents and goes to visit the famous mother of the mother of his father. A rather special d... More

  • The Glove Who Lost His Hand

    The Glove Who Lost His Hand

    Extravagant, by Betty Bone This is a crazy story! The glove has lost his hand and the hand her glove. The eye and the nose go looking for them but the head doesn’t really want to stand up straight… Brillant and mischievous, Betty Bone tells us this very logical story fil... More


Dear Publishers, Dear Agents, on the road to new stories, we hope to share with you the titles of our creative publishers, talented authors and incredible illustrators. Come and visit our website to browse through these beautiful titles and contact us for more info and material. We look forward to hearing from you! Hannele & Emilie


  • portfolio
  • portfolio
  • portfolio
  • portfolio
  • portfolio
  • portfolio
  • portfolio