tag: shapes

Shaped Board Books

25 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Les cartonnés, by Ingela P. Arrhenius Here is a new series by Ingela with shaped boardbooks of images babies will love to recognize and name: Christmas, At the market, The Forest and At the fun fair. Thick boards, shaped pages, pretty cloth spine and a nice little price. In-between the object and the book, fan of […] Read more»

Otto

14 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Otto, by Florie Saint-Val and Etienne Exbrayat Today is the day when Otto has to deliver a parcel of the highest importance to Madame Glisse. Here we go! Once underway Otto comes across many friends and discovers new landscapes as well as handy shortcuts… but his super-sandwich attracts attention. Watch out, here comes a starving […] Read more»

Ducks On A Trip

14 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
La Promenade des canards, by Claire Garralon It’s hard to make out anything but blue squares, green rectangles or maybe yellow crescents in this mess of geometric shapes. Enters Claire Garralon to sort it out, and a duck and its ducklings appear! Off goes the little family on a trip among coloured figures that turn […] Read more»

Ten Books, All Colours!

26 octobre, 2016 Posted by Emilie
Dix livres de toutes les couleurs!, by Janik Coat My elephant is as blue as… the sea. As blue as… the sky. As blue as… The elephant appears on each page, surrounded by things of the same colour, which children can recognise and name. The last page shows the blue elephant surrounded by other elephants of […] Read more»

Baby Box

24 octobre, 2016 Posted by Emilie
Baby Box, by Ingela P. Arrhenius The first books box for babies! Four leporello books based on shapes, colours and contrasts and a mobile for the baby’s room. Inspired by the books Ingela had handcrafted for her sons when they were born! The perfect birth gift. 1 box + 4 leporello books + 1 mobile in […] Read more»

The ABC of Civilisation

9 octobre, 2015 Posted by Emilie
ABC des peuples, by Liuna Virardi From a limited number of shapes, we can draw all the different peoples of the world. This is what Liuna Virardi shows us in this ABC of Civilisation, representing 26 of them to begin with! Each letter of the alphabet is associated with one civilisation and gives a presentation of its lifestyle, illustrated by a face made up of coloured […] Read more»

The Christmas Tree

8 octobre, 2015 Posted by Emilie
Dans le sapin, by Fredun Shapur The children carefully decorate the tree with presents for their two animals and their parents. Sally receives a doll, and Jim gets a boat. A very simple text made up of riddles to accompany Fredun Shapur’s bewitching illustrations, in bright and contrasting colors. Read more»

Animals

11 mai, 2015 Posted by Hannele
Animaux, by Ingela P. Arrhenius  32 animals in a GIANT BOOK! Ingela P Arrhenius’s bestiary in a giant book (size close to «ZOOLOGY» by Joëlle Jolivet). 32 animals, 32 images designed like 32 posters. Ingela’s 50’s inspired, colourful, and naive style will delight kids and their parents. 32 pages giant picture book, 34 x 46 […] 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»

Choo!

16 avril, 2014 Posted by Emilie
Tchoum!, by Virginie Morgand The bear smells a flower, which makes him sneeze: Achoo! and he loses his ears. The fox mistakes them for blueberries and, trying to pick them up: ACHOO! his own ears blow off. And so on from page to page, each animal loses then wins one of the basic shapes stickers that it is made […] Read more»