written & illustrated by Anne Isabelle le Touzé
Anne Isabelle le Touzé tells a story of friendship through her charming illustrations rich in details, enchanting characters and a joyful atmosphere. Why is everybody so busy and running around? They cut and draw – what could they be preparing in secret? A lovely wordless book leading to a wonderful surprise. Hardback / 300 x 220 / 36 pages / Les P’tits Bérets
written & illustrated by Laurent Audouin
Follow Mathilde and her schoolmates to London, Paris, the sea, the Futuroscope, a discovery and ski trip. Mathilde writes down in her diary everything she does, learns and sees. A delightful series in a comics diary style packed with fun and well-searched facts and observations.
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written by Juliette Parachini & illustrated by Séverine Duchesne
Sit down comfortably on your sofa; the weather forecast is about to begin. Augusto, the presenter, is visiting different animals around the world and asks the young readers to participate in this unique broadcast.
An entertaining story with lovely illustrations by Séverine Duchesne.
Hardback / 205 x 200 / 31 pages / Les P’tits Bérets
written by Richard Marnier & illustrated by Aude Maurel
Is it the moon? No, it is a croissant…
Is it the moon? Well… No, it is a soap bubble …
A clever book of black and white photos and drawings with poetic riddles about the different shapes the moon can take. Full of surprises!
Hardback / 160 x 160 / 56 pages / Les P’tits Bérets
written by Christophe Pernaudet & illustrated by Sébastien Chebret
Panic in the forest, the wolf is sulking – he is fed up with always being the bad one in the story. “I understand but think about all the small children; they want you and only you to scare them,” explains one of the three little pigs convincingly. A really funny story involving many fairy tale characters. RIGHTS SOLD: Spanish & Catalan
written by Stéphane Millerou & illustrated by Sébastien Chebret
Imagine a world where people would have unlimited access to wealth thanks to a miraculous liquid known as black gold. What would happen to society if it one day ran out? How would the world react and adapt? RIGHTS SOLD: Korean Continue reading
written by Anne-Gaëlle Balpe & illustrated by Olivier Daumas
Arthus had a badly-behaved tongue. When he wanted to say some words, his tongue would twist or freeze, slip or stutter. He could never pronounce them. The worst word was his father’s job. This would be his job in the future as his father had already decided. Metrologeist! Metrelologist! There was nothing to do. He was allergic to this word.
Anne-Gaëlle Balpe has always been passionate about writing and the books that fascinated her as a child never left her. She says that she knits with words as she can’t knit with wool. Continue reading
written by Sandrine Beau & illustrated by Nicolas Gouny
Two kids dream about the jobs they would like to do when they grow up: bubble-maker, dew-dropper, sweet designer, soaker of giraffes’ foreheads, snow-flake collector and, not to forget the job that everyone in love would like to try once, moon-catcher.
RIGHTS SOLD: Portuguese (Brazil), Complex Chinese (Hong Kong & Macau) & Simplified Chinese.
written by Jeanne Taboni Misérazzi & illustrated by Lucile Limont
Mr Cabbage-head is a science teacher naturally shy and discreet. When one morning, he wakes up with a huge head, he has to face people’s stare and the new reality of being different. Simple things such as driving, swimming, going to the cinema become problematic with a huge head.
RIGHTS SOLD: Complex Chinese & Korean.
written by Anne Loyer & illustrated by Soufie
The little troublemaker spends her time getting on everybody’s nerves – children and adults. She cannot keep quiet and nobody wants to play with her until she meets an old man who is happy to spend time with her but will also teach her a valuable lesson.
A tender story about by Anne Loyer, a journalist and author passionate about children’s literature. Continue reading