tag: games


3 avril, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Ploc, Mélanie Rutten Ploc knows how to do a lot of things; Tine knows about many others. It’s not always easy to do them together though! With this little cardboard book, Mélanie Rutten offers up a universe for the wee ones that features games, disputes …and eventual  reconciliation. 16 pages board book picture book, 15 x […] Read more»

Games For All Four Seasons

26 octobre, 2016 Posted by Emilie
Jeux des quatre saisons, by Petite Salamandre and illustrated by Laurence Jammens and Marc Clamens Learn to read, write, count and have fun while finding out about nature. Mazes, word searches, riddles, seek and find, memory games, colouring… no chance of getting bored. Magical moments for the family to share all year round! 36 pages, […] Read more»

Friends! 24 mini stories

24 octobre, 2016 Posted by Emilie
Copains! 24 toutes petites histoires, by Alain Serres, illustrated by Zaü This stunning picture book explores young children’s relationships with others. Through 24 very short stories they argue, help each other and find out about themselves… except when they’re off in a sulk! Zaü’s coloured ink drawings beautifully capture tiny tots’ gestures and expressions to […] Read more»

Sans Souci Collection

24 octobre, 2016 Posted by Emilie
Collection Sans souci, by Elisabeth Ivanovsky Published in 1944 by Éditions des Artistes, Brussels, the “Sans souci” Collection is one of the most charming achievements of Elisabeth Ivanovsky. She paid great attention to details and thus created vivid and complex backgrounds, a theater of nature, where the eyes of young readers follow and marvel in a […] 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»

Family Fun Nature

9 octobre, 2015 Posted by Hannele
La nature en famille, by Patrick Luneau A new collection of outdoor activities for families. Parents, grandparents, teachers and play leaders will find these books a treasure trove of practical ideas for teaching children about nature and helping them to develop their observation skills. Awareness and fun for all ages! Each book begins with a […] Read more»

Toc-Toc City!

9 octobre, 2015 Posted by Emilie
Toc-toc ville !, by Florie Saint-Val This morning, Billy Bobby does not have school; he is off to discover the city on a Saturday. The bus goes past the sleepy school. See you on Monday! Page after page, he meanders among the hospital, the swimming pool, and takes us to the cake house where there is a little party… On each page we discover a […] Read more»

I love Paris

11 mai, 2015 Posted by Hannele
I love Paris, by Marie Levêque 48 pages to discover the most exciting cities in the world through 20 of their most interesting places for kids. Both city guides and activity books, they will turn their readers into the finest experts in Rock’n’roll London and Romantic Paris! Titles available: Paris, London, Amsterdam 48 pages softcover […] Read more»

Games in Picture

16 avril, 2014 Posted by Emilie
Jeux en images, by Nathalie Parain The windmill, the rolling duck, the dolls, the ball, the skipping rope, the scooter, the hopscotch… All these children’s games from past and present days are illustrated by the great artist of children’s books Nathalie Parain. 28 pages, 27 x 27 cm 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»