Magies by various contributors Magic is a magnificent box set offering a variety of magic paraphernalia, a wealth of meticulously researched information about the history and practice of magic and rich, detailed iconography Magic is a ...
Les étoiles qui meurent dans le ciel, by Benjamin Lesage Jack is passionate about the stars As a child, he saw one disappear from the night skies and understood that, like everything in the universe, stars age with the passing of time ...
The Stars Are Dying In The Sky
Néandertal et moi, by Jérôme Coignard with Antoine Balzeau, ill by Betty Bone It was once commonly believed that the Neander- thal was at first thought to be a terrifying beast and then man’s direct evolutionary ancestor Neither ...
The Neanderthal And Me
Doux Rêveurs, by Isabelle Simler
What do animals dream about? Does a wolf dream of a delicious bone? And does a cat, during its endless naps, dream of leaps and twists? What about the koala, the giraffe and the whale?
Mon dinosaure s'appelle Darwin, by Didier Lévy and Kotimi Darwin, a child’s cuddly dinosaur, ...
My Dinosaur’s Called Darwin
Ma Chambre des merveilles, by Editions Courtes et Longues and Le Musée des Confluences de Lyon Opening this activity book is like opening the door of a curiosity cabinet, where a thousand wonders are piling up on the shelves In Create Your Own ...
My Wonder Room
Le Secret des fleurs de neige, by Nancy Guilbert, illustrated by Nina Missir This little girl is fascinated by snow As soon as the first snowflakes start to fall, she goes outside and runs among the frozen trees to see the snow cover nature with ...
The Snowflowers’ Secret
Lignes, by Jacques Arragon This futuristic novel resumes the concerns 21st century humanity encounters: the impact man has on the planet, how we are changing the landscapes, the consequences of being hyper connected, the communication at all ...
1, 2, 3 étoiles! Je compte dans la nature, by Anne-Sophie Baumann and Anne-Lise Boutin This unusual picture book invites children to explore the world of figures and big numbers: from zero for a worm's paws, to 10 pips hidden in an apple, to ...
1, 2, 3 Stars! Counting Nature