Idriss’ Marble

La bille d’Idriss, by René Gouichoux and illustred by Zaü

Idriss and his mother flee poverty and war; they trudge down endless roads, crawl under barbed wire and board a rickety boat… But Idriss cares only about one thing: his marble. Let’s hope it brings him luck. A picture book without words to help tackle the subject of refugees with very young children. A must.

48 pages hardcover, 28.5 x 18.5 cm

Rights sold: Catalan, English (North America), Spanish (World)

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