Birds Have Wings, Children Have Books

Les oiseaux ont des ailes, les enfants ont des livres, by Alain Serres and Lucile Placin

It’s simple and witty. It sounds like a funny lesson to learn, when very small, and find links between things and people. The well-linked words take us through Rue du monde’s slogan: Birds have wings, children have books… because this title is a playful tribute to the world of books!

17 x 17 cm, 36 pages

Rights sold: Chinese (Complex and Simplified), Romanian

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//Alain Serres'S OTHER BOOKS

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I Have the Right to Save my Planet
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This Is How We Live In The World
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A Tiny Blue Silence
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Three Wolves In A Library
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A Thousand Drawings In A Inkwell
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Good News From The World
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The Horn Of Secrets
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Friends! 24 mini stories
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This Tiger Swallowed My Sketchbook
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The Mouse Who Saved An Entire Mountain
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Ooh! What Yummy Soup!
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Bubbleheads
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Perhaps Planet Earth
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The Little Red Gallery
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The New Little Library of the Imagination
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Just One More!
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Babak, the Day your Horse was Born
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That’s What Children Are Like
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Mandela, the Multicoloured African
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Soups from Around the World
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A Whole Cook Book on Chocolate
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The Little School of the Imagination

//Lucile Placin'S OTHER BOOKS

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Three Wolves In A Library
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At Rainbow School