One day, Bobo the elephant finds a strange thingy near the big lake. After looking at it every which way, he decides it’s a hat. But not everyone agrees! Kiki the alligator things it’s a cape; Zaza the sheep, a pretty skirt; Juju the duck, a scarf… and then the ant takes the thingy and uses it as a comfy blanket. Finally, a little boy arrives and solves the riddle.
Le loup est revenu
Mr. Rabbit is afraid to go to sleep. He’s just read some terrible news: the wolf is back!
KNOCK! KNOCK! KNOCK! Is it the wolf? No, it’s just three little pigs.
KNOCK! KNOCK! KNOCK! Is it the wolf? No, it’s Mrs. Goat and her seven kids.
KNOCK! KNOCK! KNOCK! This time… is it the wolf?
Ours qui lit
A bear that reads? That’s not something you see every day.
Bear, what are you reading?
I’m reading the list of animals I have to eat today.
Ah… I’m on it?
La grenouille à grande bouche
This is the famous story of a frog who’s too curious, and too mean. Young readers will enjoy the fun sing-song of this text, as well as its engaging illustrations.
Nina et Noé font du sport
Nina and Noé play sports every day except Sundays. They tell us about their daily activities, and all the fun they have. This book encourages young readers to get active, and reinforces days of the week.
Patou la mêle-tout
Late one night, when everyone else is asleep, a curious little witch spots an old house, all lit up. She can’t help herself: she just has to investigate.
Ou est Spot, mon petit chien ?
Sally looks everywhere for her puppy, Spot! But where did he go? This is the original lift-the-flaps story of Spot, the famous little dog—who has since celebrated his 30th birthday!
Va-t'en, Grand Monstre Vert !
Caldecott Award-winning author-artist Ed Emberley offers little ones a chance to chase away their nighttime fears. Kids can turn the pages of this die-cut book and watch the Big Green Monster grow. Then, when they're ready to show him who's in charge, they'll turn the remaining pages and watch him disappear!
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What does a rabbit eat? Carrot soup. And a mouse? Gruyère soup—nothing too surprising there. But the frog eats fly soup… not very appetising. And the little bird eats worms! When the wolf arrives, what does he eat?