The Bird on the Branch

L’oiseau sur la branche, by Anne Crausaz

On a branch, as the seasons go by, week by week, 52 birds tell us how they live. Those who migrate, those who stay, and the way they eat. All this gives the opportunity to see a dazzling parade of feathers, contrasting sharply with the more restrained colour palette of the tree.

A large format book, offering more than a hundred pages that children will leaf through like a big encyclopaedia, to which you come back again and again, taking delight in this gallery of feathery portraits.

Hardcover picture book, 112 pages, 21,5 x 30 cm

Rights sold: Dutch, German, Italian, Simplified Chinese and Polish

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