In the jungle Bob is trying to find out who he really is. Eventually, he finds his place among the animals through an act of great bravery. The elephant becomes the jungle fireman.
Gentle, kind and sweet-natured, Albert adores his little sister Lili. Lili calls Albert Booby because Booby is so gentle and kind! But it’s something else altogether when it’s, his friends who call him Booby in the playground.
That’s when our hero Albert sees red. He gets into an enormous rage and is transformed into the monster Albinus! A picture book dominated by the red colour of anger.
Once upon a time there was frog who thought his legs were too skinny…One evening after a festive supper offlies chased around a burning lamphis stomach gurgled, grumbled, rumbled and…took off!
As it was flying over the stables of a grand houseit saw something quite out of the ordinary;a carriage turning into a pumpkin!
Our frog-hero, who feeds on flies and fireflies, tells astory that is chock-full of references to favourite storiesand fairytales.
To escape the heat and the crowded streets, Oko runs into the forest and meet a crocodile! Too young to know that a crocodile’s tears are never to be trusted, Oko listens to the animal’s sad stories and decides to help him.The crocodile would surely have eaten him all up if a wily bird hadn’t come to the aid of the little boy.
Oko discovers a tropical forest that hums with dozens oflittle animals and fizzes with gorgeous colour….but most of all he discovers the most powerful weapon inthe struggle against violence – intelligence!
The day has come to vote for a new king of Sabana. There are four candidates: the confident lion, the diplomatic elephant, the friendly giraffe, the strong crocodile.
A candidate is elected…
But the animals of Sabana soon realize that they might have done a big mistake.
The postman delivers a letter to Versail, the gardener. It comes from his cousin Laly; her trees have grown too much. She does not have a ladder that is long enough to gather her favourite apples. Versail has to find a solution to harvest the apples aloft and prevent them from falling on the house.
Versail is simple and generous, as inventive as he is naïve, just like a kindly grandpa.
The kingdom of Versail, the gardener, is a little castle buried in a huge, funny garden, where enormous vegetable is growing. Versail is a good handyman and he decides to build a system to irrigate his vegetable garden. To his great surprise he discovers a light fish swimming in his new pond…
In Versail and the light fish the children discover nature and the cycle of the moon along with the gardener.
A little boy about 3 years old wakes up the first one... He want somebody else to join him, but rather than to disturb the sleepers, he attempts a solitary investigation of the sleepy house… A raid in the kitchen: first reward, cereals and a bottle of milk. In the lounge: a book to look at...
Who is the closer cousin of the tortoise? The crocodile or the frog?
Believe it or not, it’s the crocodile.
With 9 flaps to lift, this book reveals to children (and their parents) the unexpected answers to a series of questions about various animals and plants.
A lift-the-flap book introducing the latest scientific discoveries about how species evolve.
Three princesses, Curious, Chatterbox and Coquette, have driven their father to despair. The king would have much preferred to have a son who would succeed him to the throne. Despite this, the three princesses love their grumpy father deeply. One day, war breaks out. Each princess trie to offer a solution but their father does not listen. Captured by the enemy, the king is taken prisoner. This is the ideal opportunity for the three sisters to prove their feminine qualities.
We come to life, and we grow. We live with the name our parents chose. We have their nose, their mouth, their eyes, but it’s in their arms that we really feel happy! It doesn’t matter if we are the first or the last born, because our parents have an elastic heart!
With our cousins, uncles and grandparents, we celebrate… Family, it’s really great!
A happy family's game at the end of the book.
Life is pink when we dip our toes in the sea for the first time.
But life is grey when we have to go to bed before it gets dark.
Life is pink when it is raining on a Sunday morning and we can stay in bed.
But life is grey when there we are, lying in bed, and we see a spider taking a stroll on the ceiling.
A dozen humorous examples of how life is sometimes pink and sometimes grey.
This book helps children to express both joy and anxiety.
Chargement en cours...
Fin du contenu.
Impossible de charger plus de contenu en raison d'une erreur !