D’un grand loup rouge, by Mathias Friman
After being chased away from his territory by men, the red wolf has to run away to survive. It is after a long and harsh journey that he meets a pack of wolves which define themselves as white. Most of them don’t want the red wolf in their group. Fortunately, the chief’s wisdom reminds everyone that they all are descendants of migrants and have to accept others, in spite of their physical differences.
Mathias Friman evokes here the topic of migration by telling the story of a red wolf.
Hardcover picture book, 32 pages, 24 x 17 cm