Publishers

Sweet Dreamers

26 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
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? Through a series of charming texts, readers explore these simple, heartwarming dreams, alongside the animals. Rights […] Read more»

The Stinky Tribe

26 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
La Tribu qui pue, by Elise Gravel and Magali Le Huche Have you heard of the stinky tribe? They’re a little gang of dirty children who live with their animal friends in huts made of sticks. There’s Laurent, the tall redhead with his two foxes, Lucie with her braids and her grass snake and tiny […] Read more»

This Is The Story

25 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
C’est l’histoire, by Anne Crausaz Four children are waiting for Madame Ourse. She comes in every week at the same time to tell them stories. Each to their own book, each to their own story. Once everyone gets cosy on the carpet the adventure can begin: they all listen to each other’s story and set […] Read more»

Shaped Board Books

25 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Les cartonnés, by Ingela P. Arrhenius Here is a new series by Ingela with shaped boardbooks of images babies will love to recognize and name: Christmas, At the market, The Forest and At the fun fair. Thick boards, shaped pages, pretty cloth spine and a nice little price. In-between the object and the book, fan of […] Read more»

My Dinosaur’s Called Darwin

25 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Mon dinosaure s’appelle Darwin, by Didier Lévy and Kotimi Darwin, a child’s cuddly dinosaur, tells him the most wonderful story, one that began millions of years ago on the ocean floor. Then, gradually, over the millennia, some fish began to grow legs and others, wings. Evolution continued its fabulous adventure, until one day a man […] Read more»

Me And The Others

25 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Ta Race ! Moi et les autres, by Marie Desplechin and Betty Bone Who’s racist nowadays? Me, you, the others? Also, where does the idea of us belonging to different races come from? Aren’t we all human beings? A luminous book that sheds light on relationships with the other, differences and racial prejudice throughout history. […] Read more»

Björn And The Big Wide World

25 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Björn et le vaste monde, by Delphine Perret It’s spring again and Björn wakes up. The world has changed a little during the winter. Here are six entertaining new stories, in which our bear and his forest friends continue their exploration of the human world. After the success of his first six adventures, Björn continues […] Read more»

Leaf

25 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Feuille, by Diána Nagy A leaf is born of a shoot in springtime. It then endures the succession of seasons and its attending wind and rain, insects and butterflies. Comes autumn and the leaf turns yellow; it falls off the tree. Is the cycle over? Not if anybody has any say in the matter… 36 […] Read more»

It’s In The Detail

25 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Dans le détail, by Elisa Géhin This is an ultra-modern book, picking up on one of Élisa Géhin’s favourite themes: classification. It features lists galore, in an unusual order. Things are classified, but differently in each chapter. Children learn to name the things around them while discovering the world from many points of view. Without […] Read more»

Forest-Heart Has Spoken

25 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Cœur-des-forêts a parlé, by Patrick Fischmann and Bruno Pilorget As soon as he’s born, Forest-Heart flees to the other side of the frozen river. The trees and animals warn him: the humans have forgotten that they were once bears, caribous, white owls. They only think of growing their city. The childtree-of-life will save their country. […] Read more»