Editions Courtes et longues

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»

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»

Green Eyes

2 mai, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Les yeux verts, by Li Lamarre and illustrations by Odile Santi Snow is a yellow-eye white cat… A cat who needs freedom. At the end of a long journey, rich and trying, she meets Tao, a green-eyed black cat… 48 pages hardcover picture book, 32.5 x 23 cm     Read more»


3 avril, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Gulistan, by Saadi and illustred by Reza Dalvand Gulistan is one of the greatest Persian texts of the medieval times. It is composed of eight tales and poems which deal with the royal way of life, love and youth, education… Reza Dalvand appropriates this founding text with his luxurious images, made of paintings and cuttings, and reveals […] Read more»

The Tree and The Moon Shadow

3 avril, 2017 Posted by Emilie
L’arbre et l’ombre de la lune, by Hélène Romano and illustred by Adolie Day Suicide is the second cause of mortality among adults. A child is distressed and powerless when facing this traumatic situation. In treating the child, speaking is more than necessary, it’s vital. This resilient picture book frees speech on what suicide represents, […] Read more»

Red Skies

30 mars, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Ciels rouges, by Isabelle Simler A butterfly specialist is looking for Princess Butterfly, who would have discovered the secrets of silk manufacturing. With magnificent illustrations and a text which reads like a tale, Red Skies takes its readers into a journey through the Chinese road of silk. 48 pages hardcover picture book, 32.5 x 23 cm Read more»

The Snowflowers’ Secret

26 octobre, 2016 Posted by Emilie
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 a shiny coat. The child wonders what snowflakes are made of. […] Read more»

Versailles Celebrations

24 octobre, 2016 Posted by Emilie
Versailles From Louis XIV to Marie-Antoinette, the most beautiful parties and entertainments were thrown in Versailles. And what better way to discover them than a game booklet? Colouring, cutting, mazes, models and masks: all the classic games of the series are there, to have fun in a royal style. Part of the Colour, Cut, Create […] Read more»

The Albatross

24 octobre, 2016 Posted by Emilie
L’Albatros, by Charles Baudelaire, illustrated by Mathilde Magnan The Albatross is probably one of Baudelaire’s most famous poems from The Flowers of Evil collection. It is also one of the most comprehensible because of its universal subject: how one can find his or her place in the world. This great text and its powerful illustrations offer […] Read more»


24 octobre, 2016 Posted by Emilie
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 costs, the appalling issue of food resources for a growing population. A great book where science-fiction meets environmental questions. […] Read more»