Ants are no doubt the best regarding adaptation and surviving. They conquered all continents. They survived at meteorites that signed the end of the dinosaur era. They can carry 50 times their own weight. What is their secret? How do they manage and coordinate themselves? The latest title (the 21st!) of our well-known series “Hello animals!”, which are sold in over 5 languages.
Who thought that plants could be fairy tale’s heroes? We think it is possible! Discover the power and the generous wisdom of five plants through five revisited tales from around the world: the strength of fighting the enemy thanks to a magical peach (Japan), as well as life thanks to Manioc (Madagascar), or spiritual food thanks to watermelon (Iran). We carry on with healing thanks to the fraxinella (Bulgaria) or making peace thanks to the white pine (Northern America).
In the heart of the forest, plants, trees and animals live in total harmony in rhythm with the seasons. It does not need mankind in order to flourish, everything has already been provided by nature. The earth, sun, water… what more does it need! This new book written and illustrated by Emmanuelle Houssais re-energises us and takes us on a fabulous walk!
Coâ, coâ… Spring is here and the mating season begins! The female lays her eggs underwater. Soon, wriggling tadpoles populate the ponds. Legs come out of their body, their tail disappears and hop! The frogs are leaping out of the water!
Miko and Mila would love to see beautiful colors in their garden. So, what should they do? Remove the tin cans, crumpled up paper and piles of broken glass... Each piece of rubbish is placed in the correct bin, plant waste is made into compost and the transformation takes place!
A fun book about resing waste to improve our everyday lives.
What is laicism? What is the story of this notion around the world? Why do we speak so much about it? What about laicism through the world ? This topic is at the core of social and political society debates. The main risk is that it may lead to stigmatisation of people.
Before making bread and wine, prehistoric men first made... cheese! After having domesticated sheep and goats, they discovered that the milk preserved in the stomach of the animals became solid. Very practical to transport! This new kind of food was also very nutritious. It is the rennet, a natural substance made by the stomach of ruminants that curdles the milk.
A small body, all in curves, four strings, that vibrate when the bow is played. Two S-shaped soundholes and a honey-colored varnish, ensorcing high notes, and woody bass…
What is this instrument?
Of course, this is the violin!
Along the east coast of Australia, an underwater garden stretches over 2,000 kilometers. It shows as many colors as the rainbow. It is the Great Barrier Reef, inhabited by turtles, clownfish, manta rays, reef sharks... It is a privileged ground for scientists who seek to study the corals and protect thems from climate changes.
What a funny insect! Egg, caterpillar, chrysalis and finally butterfly... Day butterfly or moth? Sometimes teeming with colors, sometimes camouflaged in the landscape, we don’t know where to turn as the butterflies amaze us.
Born As A Girl takes us from Mexico to Nepal, Kenya and Afghanistan to meet five young girls. They each tell us their own personal story and bring to light a social issue concerning the place of women and women’s rights in their country. Each account is followed by resources pages to broaden the debate and provide specific examples and information.
Eight-eight keys lined up on a keyboard, with a curved casing, three legs, a pedal assembly, music rest and set of strings under a lid… you’ll have recognized this as a piano! An album for learning everything there is to know about this legendary instrument, including its history, manufacturing, and method.
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