Le petit livre des grandes choses / The Little Book of Big Things
WHAT DOES THE WORLD LOOK LIKE TO A CHILD? BIG QUESTION! THIS BOOK OFFERS AN EMOTIONAL INSIGHT OF THE WORLD FROM CHILD’S EYE LEVEL TO A PARENT’S MACROSCOPIC VIEW… A ONE DAY ENCHANTED CHILDLIKE JOURNEY.
Do you remember what the World looked like when you were a child? The high kitchen table with an apple on it, Daddy’s big boots that you want to put on, Mummy’s tilted face… So many things look huge when you’re small! A new, enchanted way of looking at everyday life from morning until night. Thanks to the charm and softness of Sophie Vissière’s stencil illustrations, readers from all ages will delight in this exploration of a day in the life of a child.
• The alternating points of view (micro/macro) create a fun reading experience and invite parents to see the world through a child’s eyes. A first step in exchanging views and discussing!
• Sophie Vissière’s stencil illustrations have already been celebrated at the Bologna Book Fair for Le Potager d’Alena (Books and Seeds 2018).
“This book is striking because it invites us to put ourselves in the shoes of someone else (…) by sharing his/her view on (…) the simple and everyday world our memories are often made of.” Libération
- From 4 up
- Hardcover ● 13 x 17,5 cm ● 76 pages
- EAN : 9782330170257 ● 14,90 € ● 2022