This Is Where I Grew Up

J’ai grandi ici, by Anne Crausaz

A small seed has accidentally fallen on the ground. In autumn, the leaves form a blanket that keeps the seed warm through the winter. In spring, the seed slowly germinates and starts growing. But elements and animals harass the shoot. It resists bravely and keeps on growing until it turns into a beautiful fruit tree, an apple tree which, in turn, will provide seeds… One of Anne Crausaz’s familar themes: the cycle of seasons, in bright colours that made her previous book “Raymond is dreaming” a bestseller!

Hardcover picture book, 18 x 22 cm, 48 pages

Rights sold: Simplied Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazil), Spanish (Latin America)

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//Anne Crausaz'S OTHER BOOKS

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Redstart, Four Bird Stories
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What Is This Vegetable?
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What Is This Fruit?
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This Is The Story
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Hello, Animals
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Raymond’s Technicolour Dreams
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Wake up Raymond!
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In the Evening As Night Falls
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The Bird on the Branch
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No Time
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Who Ate That?
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Toys of the Meadow
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One and the Other
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Raymond Is Dreaming
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Raymond Is Playing
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Little Drop’s Journey
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First Springs
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Where Are You?