tag: playing

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»

Explore The Musée de l’Orangerie

30 mars, 2016 Posted by Emilie
Le carnet du Musée de l’Orangerie Here, we discover or rediscover the Orangerie Museum in the garden of Tuileries in Paris, and its treasures: Monet’s Water Lilies and artworks by Matisse, Picasso, Cézanne, Renoir… Let’s cut, colour, find your way in a labyrinth, spot the difference and have fun with plenty of other activities. 48 pages activity book, 21 x […] 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»

Round and Round and Square

26 septembre, 2014 Posted by Stéphanie
Rond et Rond et Carré, by Fredun Shapur Round and Round and Square is a graphic narrative about a square and a round shape. They assemble to compose a whole universe young readers are familiar with: simple shapes, then a wagon and a bridge, children and toys, the sun, and finally the moon that leads […] Read more»

Toys of the Meadow

4 décembre, 2013 Posted by Hannele
Jouets des champs by Anne Crausaz Lucien and his mother go for a walk in the forest. A bag must be prepared but of course all the stuffed animals cannot fit in. Little bear, the favourite will always have his place, but the others must stay home. During his walk Lucien will transform the world […] Read more»

Neither Yes Nor No

24 septembre, 2013 Posted by Hannele
Ni oui, ni non, les animaux, by Agnès de Lestrade and Rémi Saillard An animated book full of surprising riddles, to have fun without prejudices and above all… saying neither yes nor no! Each book offers 12 new riddles for curious readers. On each page, children have to answer a yes-no question, but without saying […] Read more»

Raymond Is Playing

20 août, 2013 Posted by Catherine
Raymond joue, by Anne Crausaz For more great moments along with bright and colourful snails, here is a game based on the lovely graphics of Anne Crausaz. The matching pairs game Raymond is playing is a game of memory and observation. 22 pairs of snails dreamt by Raymond have to match. Put all the cards face […] Read more»

Face Numbers

18 juillet, 2013 Posted by Catherine
Chiffres en tête, by Anne Bertier Nine numbers means nine faces! First only half of the character’s face appears, the other part being hidden by a half-page. Turn the page and the full face is revealed. From Zero to Nine, 10 funny faces to make children laugh and think! Anne Bertier’s research on signs (letters […] Read more»


18 juillet, 2013 Posted by Catherine
Mercredi, by Anne Bertier Small Round and Big Square are friends and love playing figures and forms together. They learn, while trying to mix their shapes, to build together and discover a game that is both fun and infinite. There is no longer a small and a big one, they need each other to continue. They […] Read more»