Le petit chaperon qui n'était pas rouge
The “Little Blue Girl” must walk through the woods to bring honey to her sick grandmother. The story seems familiar, but it’s full of surprises! The red riding hood has become blue, the cake has been replaced by a balalaika, and instead of a big bad wolf, there’s a helpful and friendly bear. To make things even more fun, readers get to choose among three endings to the story.
Le loup sentimental
Lucas the wolf has decided it’s time to leave the family home and make a life for himself—and everyone is sad to see him go. As Lucas is setting out, his dad gives him a list of good things to eat. But alas, Lucas is a softie, and lets a lot of tasty food get away: a goat and its seven kids, Little Red Riding Hood, three fat piggies… how on earth is Lucas going to calm his hungry tummy?
C'est quoi ton métier ; 300 métiers à découvrir en images
This large-format, wonderfully illustrated book invites children to discover a world of jobs, organised by industry, giving them plenty to reflect on and dream about. It presents around 300 occupations, divided into sixteen very different fields, such as aeronautics, retail, medicine, building, film, education, agriculture, and visual arts.
“Find me,” says Little Wolf, hiding in the city. He’s not easy to find, but it’s so much fun, searching in the zoo, the bakery, or even among the paintings in the museum.
Dans la maison de ma grand-mère
After school, Sally goes to her grandma’s house. She hangs up her coat, goes to the kitchen for a glass of milk… but where’s Grandma? Sally searches the whole hose for her, room by room. From the living room to the attic, Grandma’s house is full of surprises!
Petit poisson blanc (pocket edition)
The little white fish is looking for its mom. What color is she? Not red; it’s the crab that’s red. Not blue; that’s the whale. Not green; that’s the turtle! What if she were all the colors, like a rainbow?
A mouse is taking a stroll through the deep, dark wood when along comes a hungry fox, then an owl, and then a snake. The mouse is good enough to eat but smart enough to know this, so he invents . . . the gruffalo! As Mouse explains, the gruffalo is a creature with terrible claws, and terrible tusks in its terrible jaws, and knobbly knees and turned-out toes, and a poisonous wart at the end of its nose. But Mouse has no worry to show. After all, there's no such thing as a gruffalo….
After the rain comes the sun. Théo loves making weather forecasts. That’s why he’s called Théo Météo, even if he’s wrong pretty often. Join Théo for adventures in the rain, the wind, and the sun.