tag: boy

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»

Kéti Of The Red Land

14 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Kéti des Terres rouges, by Karim Ressouni-Demigneux and Bruno Pilorget Just 15 centimetres high, Kéti watches the world. His people’s numbers are dwindling as the city eats into the forest. Clinging to the wings of a butterfly, Kéti leads his community to a last haven of nature and peace. 48 pages hardcover picture book, 28.5 […] Read more»

Fighting Coco

1 mai, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Coco Bagarre, by Christophe Nicolas and illustrated by Anouk Ricard With his frown and clenched fists, Coco doesn’t look very friendly today. “What do you want my little Coco? A hug?” But Coco, armed with his hammer, doesn’t look like he wants a hug, a kiss or a teddy… 32 pages hardcover picture book, 17 x 19 […] Read more»

Daddy, Why Did You Vote For Hitler?

24 octobre, 2016 Posted by Emilie
Papa, pourquoi t’as voté Hitler ?, by Didier Daeninckx, illustrated by Pef Germany, March 1933. Rudi’s father is about to vote for Adolf Hitler’s party, but his mother flatly refuses to. Didier Daeninckx uses the daily life of one family to help us imagine and reflect on what is was like to live through the relentless […] Read more»

The Mouse Who Saved An Entire Mountain

24 octobre, 2016 Posted by Emilie
La Souris qui sauva toute une montagne, by Alain Serres and illustrated by Aurélia Fronty A mouse wants to replace the precious milk she has just stolen from a child. But nature has been ransacked, even on the great mountain of Sardinia. Everything has been used up to build palaces and gardens. It will take all […] Read more»

The Bird Of Sleep

24 octobre, 2016 Posted by Emilie
L’Oiseau du sommeil, by Isabelle Simler «It’s time to go to bed.» Every night one repeats the same ritual to go to sleep. It’s important to be well prepared to catch the bird of sleep. You travel on his back heading for dreamland. And it’s the gentlest journey ever. The Bird of Sleep is a magical […] Read more»

The Bird

31 mars, 2016 Posted by Emilie
L’Oiseau, by Ingrid Chabbert, illustrated by Sabine Cazassus A story of friendship to inspire children to love forest creatures. What happens when a child and a bird find themselves nose to beak in a pocket-sized patch of forest? They move closer, quietly watch one another, then open their hearts. Soon the forest becomes the new friends’ favourite playground. A first book about nature […] Read more»

Super Billy and the Spider

27 mai, 2014 Posted by Emilie
Super Billy et l’araignée, by Séma Billy is a sweet little dog. Dreamy and inventive, he is also a bit fearful and dreads the world around him. Today, Billy finds a spider when playing in his garden and the animal makes him very uncomfortable. But when he puts on his mask and his cape, nothing […] Read more»

Activity book – Indoor Games and Activities

15 avril, 2014 Posted by Emilie
Jeux et activités d’intérieur, by Stéphanie Jaunet and Valérie Carreno This title offers activities for boys and girls to make paper creations, learn how to draw, share scientific experiments, investigate, learn magic tricks, and have fun inside! Each activity is presented as a step-by-step workshop, illustrated with photographs that show the activity in a realistic and practical manner. The texts [&he Read more»

Activity book – Outdoor Games and Activities

15 avril, 2014 Posted by Emilie
Jeux et activités d’extérieur, by Stéphanie Jaunet and Valérie Carreno This title offers activities for boys and girls to make up challenges, organise picnics, play in nature, and have fun outside! Each activity is presented as a step-by-step workshop, illustrated with photographs that show the activity in a realistic and practical manner. The texts are simple and straightforward. Complementary texts Read more»