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Zou Leaves Home

29 décembre, 2013 Posted by Hannele
Zou quitte la maison Zou is a five years old foal, he lives with his family in Zebratown. Each day brings a new sense of discovery, exploration and fun to Zou. Based on an animated series filled with humour and tenderness. A series of small picture books, 6 titles (and more to come) that tell […] Read more»

Zou – My Book of Games

29 décembre, 2013 Posted by Hannele
Zou, mon album de jeux Zou is a five years old foal, he lives with his family in Zebratown. Each day brings a new sense of discovery, exploration and fun to Zou. Based on an animated series filled with humour and tenderness. A book with a lot of games (spotting differences, connecting dots, mazes and […] Read more»

I Can Only Think About That

29 décembre, 2013 Posted by Catherine
Je ne pense qu’à ça, by Karim Ressouni-Demigneux and Monike Czarnecki At school, some call 12-year-old Ismaïl « queer », but he doesn’t understand and the teasing really disturbs him. He spends his days constantly wondering and worrying about what teenage life will be like. His French teacher, who doesn’t hide her homosexuality, will support him and help […] Read more»

The Errors in Painting

29 décembre, 2013 Posted by Catherine
Les Erreurs dans la peinture, by Christiane Lavaquerie-Klein and Laurence Paix-Rusteroltz When Ingres painted a woman, with no hesitation he added vertebras, extremely long arms, too round hips, in a totally unnatural position. But she was even more sensual and desirable. Here is a history of painting from a new and unexpected angle: the errors. 34 […] Read more»

Öko, Tea in Winter

29 décembre, 2013 Posted by Catherine
Öko, un thé en hiver,  by Mélanie Rutten It’s winter in the village and Madeleine, the old cicada, has just died. Everybody gathers to say goodbye to her. Öko, Mitsu, Eliott and other friends discuss around the fireplace about her, and also about this strange person wandering in the forest. The day after, it’s snowing and […] Read more»

The Sultan's Diamond

23 décembre, 2013 Posted by Catherine
Le Diamant du sultan, by Catherine Gendrin and Judith Gueyfier The sultan wants to give his pregnant wife a gift once the baby is born. He asks the jeweller to drill a magnificent diamond. But the jeweller splits the stone in two! He is devastated, for the Sultan had threatened to kill him if he damaged […] Read more»

Ephemeral

22 décembre, 2013 Posted by Hannele
Éphémère, by Frédéric Marais No matter how short their life is, mayflies can, too, aspire to a remarkable fate! A poetic and refined picture book with a fatal outcome… inevitably.A fragile and graceful insect, the mayfly only exists for being eaten. It doesn’t even have a mouth: no need to feed, just time to breed […] Read more»

Your Nightmare

22 décembre, 2013 Posted by Catherine
Ton Cauchemar, by Malika Doray A little book talking about this specific relationship between a child and his nightmare. Even if he is huge and terrifyng, there are many ways to try to know him. Because nightmares are just dreams to tame! 20,5 x 14 cm, 32 pages Read more»

Eliott and Nestor, Morning Time

22 décembre, 2013 Posted by Catherine
Eliott et Nestor, l’heure du matin, by Mélanie Rutten It’s summer time. Eliott has convinced Nestor to go on travelling with him. On their way, Nestor’s bad mood and small habits are getting on Eliott’s nerves. Nestor finds his friend too intrusive and inconsistent. They quarrel. A story on friendship, on accepting oneself, on small and […] Read more»

The City, Book 2: The Battle of The Outer Limits

22 décembre, 2013 Posted by Catherine
La Cité 2: La Bataille des confins, by Karim Ressouni-Demigneux Polly is the narrator of this second volume. She lives on a tiny British island and The City is her dream: freedom! Under the pseudonym Liza, she meets with Arthur, JC and Harry. Together they explore this strange world. She is fascinated by it all […] Read more»