Category Archives: Non Fiction

Coco Chanel – MY HEROINES SERIES

Marion Besnard & various

The collection MY HEROINES offer a journey through the lives of women who influenced History. Their lives changed the fate of countries, contributed to major advancements and discoveries. Each book focuses on a period of their lives. In the series; CLEOPATRA, COCO CHANEL, LUCIE AUBRAC, ALEXANDRA DAVID-NEEL and soon SIMONE VEIL.

Who Invented School, Anyway?

written by Shoham Smith & illustrated by Einat Tsarfati

In a few weeks, days, or even tomorrow, you will go for the first time to a place that will become an important part of your life for years – school. This book will tell you about who invented school, when and why. How did school look like in the past? Do all the schools around the world look the same?

RIGHTS SOLD: Korean

Hardback / 255 x 195 / 80pp / Kinneret Publishing

THE BRAVE TURTLE

written by B. D. Harris & illustrated by Megan Bird
Late one night, Sam rolls off her bed and splash! Her entire room has flooded! Not just her room, but the whole house is filling up with water as the world floods outside. Confused and cold, Sam is rescued by a wise, little turtle called Neville, who takes her along the beautiful underwater highway, teaching her the ways of this watery world. Continue reading

PHILOSOPHY FOR CHILDREN SERIES

written by Özge Özedemir & illustrated by Ezgi Platin

A series of four books that gives children the perspective to think about everyday problems, evaluate situations and understand common concepts. In each book, students gather at the philosophy club, they listen to a mythological story and then they debate about a specific topic related to that story…

Paperback / 120 x 180 mm / 40 pages / Redhouse Kidz

 

 

ALEXANDRA DAVID-NÉEL

written by Marion Besnard & illustrated by Vivilablonde

Alexandra David-Néel was born in 1868 in Saint-Mandé, France. She was a Belgian–French explorer, spiritualist, Buddhist and the first European woman to stay in Lhassa, Tibet, in 1924. My Heroines seriesoffers to discover the fate of women who changed the History of Mankind. Their journeys are a testimony of great courage and a contribution to major changes. In the series Lucie Aubrac and coming soon Coco Chanel and Cleopatra.

Hardback / 160 x 230 / 48 pp / Editions les P’tits Bérets

 

The Bones in my Body

written by Kim Hyeongjoon & illustrated by Won Hyejin

How do bones look like? Why do we have bones? What happens if we don’t have bones?
This book tells us where the bones are in our bodies and what they do.

RIGHTS SOLD: Simplified Chinese

Hardback / 28pp / Woongjin Thinkbig

 

Let’s Become an Astronaut

written by Jeong Changhoon & illustrated by Noh Inkyeong

This story shows the lives and activities in the spaceship during the journey from the Earth to the space station. Find out lots of fascinating facts – what astronauts eat, drink, wear and do. How do they wash and sleep in space?

RIGHTS SOLD: Complex Chinese; Simplified Chinese; Spanish

Hardback / 40 pp / Woongjin Thinkbig

THE ADVENTURE OF THREE WATER DROPS

written by Lee Eunhee & illustrated by Yoon Misook
A long time ago, when the Earth was extremely hot, a lot of vapor erupted and created clouds. As the clouds got bigger, it started to rain and three water drops came down to cool the Earth and travelled everywhere their own different way. A great book about the water cycle.

RIGHTS SOLD: Japanese, French & English, Simplified Chinese

Hardback / 48 pp / Woongjin Thinkbig

THE LITTLE HANDBOOK OF MARINE FISHES AND OTHER AQUATIC WONDERS

written & illustrated by Beatriz Chachamovitz
There is a huge number of fishes living in deep seas. Some of them are so peculiar they don’t look real! Fourteen of them are presented in this book that explores the depths of the ocean through specific texts and illustrations thoroughly detailed. Besides getting to know these creatures, readers can find other marine living beings hidden amongst the illustrations.

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THE HISTORY OF THE EARTH IN 100 WORDS

written & illustrated by Gilles Eduar

The History of Earth: 100 words tells the story of the formation of the Earth and the evolution of mankind. Gilles Eduar traces a path starting with the Big Bang, exploring the age of the dinosaurs and going as far as the first homo sapiens. Children of any age can make a good use of this book, including teachers and parents interested in this fascinating topic.

RIGHTS SOLD: Portuguese, Simplified Chinese

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