The Tree and the Pole

L’Arbre et le Poteau, by Laurent Condominas and Nina Missir

It is true that the tree has branches, while the pole doesn’t. The tree has leaves that fall in the winter, and children are used to play at its feet. It gives shelter when it rains, and lovers can kiss in the shade of its foliage. No one does that under the pole.

The story of an incredible friendship between two characters that are opposed in every way… But, are they really?

Hardcover picture book, 48 pages, 32.5 x 23 cm

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