Humans have been on the move for a long time. Over ages, people have discovered new territories, and have striven to go further and further, faster and faster. The invention of the wheel was a real revolution! Now, distances shrink, heavy loads are carried more easily, trade become easier…
Earth is the only planet that has earthquakes! There's a simple reason: it is the only planet with a fragmented crust that slowly travels on a layer of more-viscous material. When the tectonic plates rub against each other, they create pressures that get released little by little. This can result in minor shocks that no-one feels, or major earthquakes as if Godzilla were stomping through. So what can we do? Learn the simple things to do, put together an "earthquake kit" and keep an eye out for the next "big one".
Knowing the weather is of utmost important, that's why meteorologists track atmospheric air movements, the altitude and shape of clouds, winds, and violent phenomena (tornadoes, typhoons, hurricanes...).
In the mountains lives an animal with little round ears, and big paws... the bear! Excellent runner, accomplished climber, an unrivalled fisher, he has a voracious appetite... he needs to stock up for winter! A documentary that combines sweetness with poetry.
A gentle, charming album to explore the daily life of the impressive bear.
Penguins live on ice floe. They have webbed feet and wings. They are birds but they can’t fly! Yet, they are really good swimmers! So what are they doing, waddling behind each other? They’re going off to find love!
A gentle, charming album to explore the daily life of penguins.
Giraffes are the tallest animals in the world, measuring up to 6 meters. Handy for nibbling leaves growing in acacia trees, but much less so for drinking... they have to arch their necks so low!
A gentle, charming album to explore the daily life of the majestic giraffes.
In the age of the internet and globalization, we are saturated with information. How can we sort through it? How can we identify fake news? Can all information be taken at face value? As usual, the POCQQ collection provides us with the keys to better understand a topic and form our own opinions!
The hackers fascinate us as much as they worry us. We talk more and more about them, but we do not understand them. Are they criminals or computer heroes? Pirates or whistleblowers? What do they want? Should we fear or support them?
We may all be human but women still have a long way to achieve equality or even the right to self-determination! What is the status of women throughout the world? How were feminist movements built over time? How can men sign up to feminism?
With the emergence of new technologies and scientific advances, medicine might sound like science fiction. Bionics, genetic experiment, robot surgery… Will transhumanism enhance human? Will this progress impact everyone or only a dominant minority?
Climate change. It is a hot topic and most of the time what we hear doesn’t make sense. Will there really be an increase in storms in the future? What is the 2 degrees Celsius limit we always hear about? Is the IPCC a cult? Where do greenhouse gases really come from? What should you respond when you hear: «But it’s not warming up, it’s actually getting colder»?
The Earth revolves around the Sun. Day after day, the moon rises. Even in this small garden. When the night comes, life is not quiet at all! Owls, nightingales, foxes… Everyone is looking for food or playing or singing as they please. And beautiful flowers bloom at night.
Page after page, a beautiful world is revealed.
Chargement en cours...
Fin du contenu.
Impossible de charger plus de contenu en raison d'une erreur !