Editions MeMo

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»


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»

Isabelle’s Winter

23 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
L’Hiver d’Isabelle, by Jeanne Macaigne Winter has settled in all around Isabelle and nobody knows why. Sadness and cold have penetrated through every hole of her house and permeated her empty life. She mopes about as if asleep, devoid of any dream or memory. She feels listless, with no past or future. Then a window rattles, […] Read more»


14 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Otto, by Florie Saint-Val and Etienne Exbrayat Today is the day when Otto has to deliver a parcel of the highest importance to Madame Glisse. Here we go! Once underway Otto comes across many friends and discovers new landscapes as well as handy shortcuts… but his super-sandwich attracts attention. Watch out, here comes a starving […] Read more»

Micha Goes To The Circus

14 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Micha au cirque, by Isaure Fouquet Micha can do everything! Juggle with five balls, ride a tricycle and a hula- hoop – not at the same time though -, even jump through a ring of fire, Micha is a right circus cat to be sure! 36 pages hardcover picture book, 18.5 x 19.6 cm Read more»

The Three Gibbons and the Little Crocodile

14 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Les Trois Gibbons et le petit crocodile, by Kenji Abe Out on a stroll, the Three Gibbons come across a tiny crocodile trapped in a hole. Is he dangerous? He looks like a baby… The Three Gibbons decide to come to his help. The next day as they rest in the sun, a big crocodile […] Read more»

Ducks On A Trip

14 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
La Promenade des canards, by Claire Garralon It’s hard to make out anything but blue squares, green rectangles or maybe yellow crescents in this mess of geometric shapes. Enters Claire Garralon to sort it out, and a duck and its ducklings appear! Off goes the little family on a trip among coloured figures that turn […] Read more»

To Write Is To Draw

14 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Ecrire c’est dessiner, by Gaby Bazin Learning to write for a child often amounts to repeating lines of writing in order to assimilate the codes particular to the cursive style. Yet, before they start writing all children begin with drawing. This is the point of this book: how to start from drawing to progressively write. […] Read more»

The Tiny Nonsense Library

13 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
La Drôle de petite bibliothèque, by Dorothy Kunhardt and Garth Williams Twelve stories, twelve animals, twelve adventures going year round. The work of author Dorothy Kunhardt and illustrator Garth Williams in 1949, these twelve short stories are sometimes nonsensical but always whimsical. Here they are, compiled in a tiny bookset. 12 hardcover books in a […] Read more»

How It All Started

2 mai, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Comment tout a commencé, by Liuna Virardi  We cross more than 3.4 billion years in a handful of pages: from the appearance of the first single-cell organism in the oceans to the complex life-forms that populate today’s grounds, seas and heavens. The story of these continuous transformations tried out by Nature on all of its creatures […] Read more»