Robinson And The Tree Of Life

Robinson et l’arbre de vie, by Alain Serres and illustrated by Julie Bernard

Robinson, half child, half cricket, lives in the forest of the middle of the world, where there are trees that can laugh and play the flute. But for the Bûchetrons tree-felling tribe, the only value of this forest is the wood it gives them. Our hero Robinson fights back. A superb book about deforestation.

Hardcover picture book, 40 pages, 28 x 35 cm

Rights sold: Korean

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