tag: humour

Aliens Are Coming

14 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
On débarque, by Sophie Régnier and Nicolas Barrome Forgues The Bifrons are fun-loving aliens but they don’t care what they do to their planet, and it dies – the resources run out and there’s nothing left to eat. They set off in search of a hospitable planet where they can carry on living free from worry […] 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»

Kidnapping In Bogey Village!

2 mai, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Kidnapping au village des crottes de nez ! , by Mrzyk & Moriceau Do you remember the Bogey village? Dive back into this wacky universe’s wild new adventure by Mrzyk & Moriceau! In the previous «Panic At Bogey Village», the Boulette family had been kidnapped by a giant finger. In this new story, little readers will […] Read more»

My Little Books

2 mai, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Mes petits livres, by Alexandra Remise and illustrated by Mathilde Cabanas A new series by a duet of French fashionistas. Cute, fun and edgy but not only : a real narrative and synthetic drawings for a brilliant result. Kids LOVE IT ! Three titles in the serie : My Little Life (Ma petite vie) My Little […] Read more»

Muddy Princess

1 mai, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Princesse Caca, by Christophe Nicolas and illustrated by Anouk Ricard Princess is really pretty in her princess’ dress and hat. «You are so beautiful Princess; can I have a little kiss?» But Princess doesn’t look like she wants one. What she likes is playing mud merchant with Coco and eating tons of chocolate cake.. 32 pages […] 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»

The Move

3 avril, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Le déménagement, Malika Doray It’s all systems go with Malika Doray! A chapter-based structure takes us through the various moods experienced by a rabbit who doesn’t like moving. Starting with the day of the move  (“I don’t like packing up”), then the days after, and, following the visit of a neighbour with a cake, the completion […] Read more»

Tales

24 octobre, 2016 Posted by Emilie
Réclamez des contes, by Delphine Jacquot In a beautiful very large-format album, Delphine Jacquot offers a gallery of far-fetched ads, derived from the universal culture of tales. By creating these fake old-fashioned ads, she reinvents stories, making possible a different ending, a nicer villain, an impossible union… Inspired by ancient ads and their lengthy slogans, the illustrator […] Read more»

Hernig & Zebraël

24 octobre, 2016 Posted by Emilie
Hernig & Zebraël, by Victor Boissel, illustrated by Beax Everything opposes Hernig, a lonesome and silent man, and Zebraël, a spirited and charming teenage boy… But these two heroes will have to unite and travel together on a quest that will lead them much further than the wolf’s den, to the very depths of the world, […] Read more»

Till Owlyglass

24 octobre, 2016 Posted by Emilie
Till l’Espiègle, by Philippe Lechermeier, illustrated by Gaëtan Dorémus We are reunited with Till in all his glory, still penniless, ready to do anything to fill his pockets. In the first story, Till plays cards with a group of cheaters, but who knows who will end up being duped… In the second story, Till revisits The […] Read more»