Written and Illustrated by Katia Canton
Fables have been around for centuries. The lazy cicada, the working ant, the clever fox are just some of the characters that teach us some lessons. Cooking is even older than fables. Some dishes make us happy just like a good story: a good savory pie or a warm oatmeal. Katia Canton brings together some of the best-known fables with delicious and easy recipes.
Paperback / 180 x 270 mm / 96 pages / Companhias das Letras
Written by Jacques Flux and illustrated by Daniel Almeida
In this incredible illustrated biography, we meet Mary Anning, the woman who changed the course of paleontology. Dinosaurs have amazed us and lit our curiosity since we were young. For a long time, they remained a complete mystery until Mary Anning, a young English woman changed the world.
Paperback / 155 x 255 mm / 64 pages / Companhias das Letras
Written by Wojciech Grajkowski and Illustrated by Agata Szargot
Nine-year-old Kamil goes to a holiday camp, and of course he is accompanied by his heart. Their joint adventures will allow the reader to find out why blood is like soup and what we need it for, how long red blood cells live and whether they really look like Silesian dumplings, why the heart beats so quickly during exercise, and how our blood can save someone’s life.
Rights sold: Romanian
Hardback / 280cm x 238cm / 56 pages / Dwukropek
Written by Kristina Henkel & Illustrated by Linda Blåfors Carlsson
A fun book that explores the wonders of plant care by diving into questions like, “Why are worms good?” and “How much water makes plants happy?” Learning about how vegetation grows is equivalent to learning about life! This book teaches children about the important topics of ecology and climate.
Paperback / 180 x 270 cm / 100 pages / Olika Forlag
A series of 7 picture books teaching readers about computer programming through every day problem-solving. These books encourage readers to improve their critical and logical thinking. The series uses cute characters to engage readers and teach them about different computer related subjects.
Hardback / 215 x 240 / 44 pages / Woongjin Thinkbig
A series of 17 titles split according to four themes:
Growth and Independence
Personality and Sociality
Experience and Travel
Coexistence and Respect
These books provide advice and useful tips from experts in the field as well as individual projects for readers to complete at the end of each book. Readers are inspired to find their own areas of interest while building their knowledge and personalities.
Hardback / 200 x 250 / 96 pages / Woongjin Thinkbig
written and illustrated by Janaina Tokitaka
This is a very different alphabet book. Each biographical story is presented in the form of a humorous little tale about the women portrayed. Discover the history of the English biologist Margaret Fountaine, French chef Eugénie Brazier and many other incredible professionals.
Paperback / 210 x 270 / 64 pages / Companhias das Letras
MAMUT LISTO is a comics collection about science and scientists because without them life would be very different! Meet Carl Friedrich Gauss, Archimedes and Emmy Noether. Next Santiago Selvi Nácher.
Comic / 240 x 170 / 64 pages / Mamut Comics
written and illustrated by Marion Besnard and Quitterie Laborde
Frida Kahlo is a perfect addition to the MY HEROINES SERIES – featuring strong and independent women who have marked history. Each title focusses on a specific moment in these women’s lives and is rich in information and facts that have been checked by history specialists.
Hardback / 160 x 230 / 48 pages / Orso Editions
written by Lina Boozon Ekberg, Eva Emmelin & Linda Madsen and illustrated by Alaya Vindelman
The Body’s ABC is an ABC book about the human body, offering descriptions and explanations of a number of bodily functions, emotions and parts. Fun and educational.
Paperback / 210 x 210 / 56 pages / Olika Forlag