tag: learning

A Thousand Drawings In A Inkwell

14 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Mille dessins dans un encrier, by Alain Serres and Zaü Three children are fascinated by the artist working in their apartment building. He takes them to the best school of all: the streets of Paris! Under the aerial metro he teaches them perspective. At the market, he introduces them to movement… The children are very […] Read more»

This Is My Pond

2 avril, 2016 Posted by Emilie
C’est ma mare, by Claire Garralon “Oh, what a pretty pond”, says the yellow duck. “This is my pond.”
A white duck comes along, “Oh! What a lovely pond! This is my pond!” And thus the pond is divided. But, along comes a red duck. Then a green one… Whose pond is it? A surprise guest will make […] Read more»

Léon’s Houses

2 avril, 2016 Posted by Emilie
Les maisons de Léon, by Lorea De Vos A new series of ingenious books designed by Lorea De Vos, architect and mother of two kids. The house appears gradually while you turn the pages. Each story deals with everyday life themes which allow the little-ones to gently tackle a fundamental concept. The first title of the series deals […] Read more»

Zebulon and the Rain

2 avril, 2016 Posted by Emilie
Zébulon et la pluie, by Alice Brière-Haquet, illustrated by Olivier Philipponneau & Raphaëlle Enjary Zebulon is hiding under his umbrella. But where is all this water that is running on his back coming from? He’s decided, he is going to cut off the supply! But the other animals do not quite agree with him: the beetle […] Read more»

A Lifetime To Learn

31 mars, 2016 Posted by Emilie
Toute une vie pour apprendre, by Gabriele Rebagliati, illustrated by Michio Watanabe You can learn anything. To plant flowers, eat with chopsticks, ride a bike, speak a foreign language… And it is exactly what the character of this story does. The reader immediately bonds with the character, who is thirsty for knowledge. Until the end of the book, when we celebrate […] Read more»

First Day

9 octobre, 2015 Posted by Emilie
Premier matin, by Fleur Oury Today’s the first day back at school after the holidays, and Little Bear doesn’t want to get up − Little Bear’s scared. What if he forgets his school bag? What if he gets into trouble? What if he falls out with all his friends? On the way to school, Big Bear reassures Little Bear as they walk through […] Read more»

The Flying Kid

22 septembre, 2014 Posted by Hannele
L’enfant volant, by Clotilde Perrin Sometimes one feel hopeless…then a sudden gust of wind teaches you to fly high in the sky! After braving big dark clouds and meeting little multi-coloured people, you can fly back home with new confidence and courage. A new series by Clotilde Perrin. A series of pocket-sized books that are easy to hold […] Read more»

The Miniature Kid

22 septembre, 2014 Posted by Hannele
L’enfant minuscule, by Clotilde Perrin The arrival of a new baby brother or sister doesn’t mean parents have to forget the older kids! But what if it was a chance to become teeny tiny yourself? What fun it would be to be a miniature kid! A new series by Clotilde Perrin. A series of pocket-sized books that […] Read more»

The Glow-in-the-Dark Kid

17 avril, 2014 Posted by Emilie
L’Enfant Lumineux, by Clotilde Perrin When all the other children are falling asleep, the Glow-in-the-Dark kid presses his nose and his whole body lights up! He goes straight out into the night – of course, luminous kids aren’t afraid of the dark – and insects swarm to celebrate his arrival. But along comes the Night Watchman, who puts out all lights. The Glow-in-the-Dark kid snatches […] Read more»

My Monster

17 avril, 2014 Posted by Emilie
Mon Monstre, by Marie Sellier, illustrations by Jean-Luc Buquet This little boy has a very big secret: he hides a monster. A very naughty monster who makes him do all sorts of silly things: rolling on the floor, throwing his plate away, disobeying Mum and Dad, or scratching his little brother. But he cares about his monster, because the monster is in fact a part of […] Read more»