tag: differences

Little Treasure

2 avril, 2016 Posted by Emilie
Pétite Pépite, by Nada Matta An adult is looking for a dress, a game or a book to offer her little girl. Each time, she has to explain that she is not like other children. Nada Matta takes us, page by page, through questions and answers, to recognize this difference, encouraging us all to take the time […] Read more»

The Wolf and the Little Girl

9 octobre, 2015 Posted by Hannele
Le loup et la petite fille, by Yves Jaffrennou and illustrated by Evelyne Mary When you’re a little girl, befriending a wolf is no ordinary thing. But it’s such fun to play lot’s of wolf games! One day, the little girl wants to bring her friend home to the village. But the hunters are on the lookout… There are sometimes […] Read more»


9 octobre, 2015 Posted by Emilie
Couac, by Emilie Vast and Angélique Friant Once he has broken out of his eggshell, this character, not quite the Ugly Duckling, discovers the world around him and other people’s opinions. Since the ducks reject him, he sets off in search of a more welcoming place. On his way he will have several encounters: an eagle, a penguin, a pelican… until the day he finally […] Read more»

Higher Than the Sky

9 octobre, 2015 Posted by Hannele
Plus haut que le ciel, by Carl Norac and illustrated by Zaü Four meercats spend their days gazing at the sky and arguing about the best way to watch it. The argument is so heated that it turns into a brawl. None of them notices a vulture appear on the horizon… Faced with danger, the four friends […] Read more»

Black Cat, White Cat

11 mai, 2015 Posted by Hannele
Chat noir, chat blanc, by Claire Garralon In a black and white world, black cats and white cats cannot meet, even though they’d like to. So what’s next? They have to invent their very own world. An elegant cardboard book to ask without fuss about what makes us all different, and nonetheless live together in harmony. […] Read more»

The Strange Flower

11 mai, 2015 Posted by Hannele
La drôle de fleur, by Géraldine Renault and illustrated by Naomi Katsu Blanche is a strange flower. All white, she appeared one day in the morning dew.  Among the poppies, cornflowers and nasturtiums, she feels so bland, with no brightness. She dreams of being another… 24 pages hardcover picture book, 29,9 x 19,5 cm Rights […] Read more»

The Gentle Rascals

11 mai, 2015 Posted by Hannele
Les Farfelus, by Miguel Tanco It is hard to spot a Gentle Rascal among ordinary people. The Gentle Rascals look just like ordinary people, but if you pay careful attention, you will see that they are different… In this highly sensitive picture book, you will find out that Gentle Rascals pay attention to little things, […] Read more»

The Tree and the Pole

22 septembre, 2014 Posted by Emilie
L’Arbre et le Poteau, by Laurent Condominas and Nina Missir It is true that the tree has branches, while the pole doesn’t. The tree has leaves that fall in the winter, and children are used to play at its feet. It gives shelter when it rains, and lovers can kiss in the shade of its […] 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»

Little Boy Brown

19 décembre, 2013 Posted by Catherine
Le Petit Brown, by Isobel Harris and André François Little Boy Brown is a young boy who lives in New York City. He describes the world he and his parents live in, with no nature, almost no underground, between tunnels and subways. One day, Hilda, the chambermaid, takes him to her family in the countryside. There […] Read more»