Plume

Written by Isabelle Simler

In this lovely book, young readers are introduced to a variety of beautiful birds, from the familiar chicken to the exotic ibis. But lurking in the background of every page is a cat, who also seems very interested in the birds.
With its funny illustrations and engaging concepts, this clever counting book will invite readers to linger over every page.

Ages 3 to 7

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Noisy Farm: My First Sound Book

Written by Marion Billet

Like the first book in the series, I Love Music, Noisy Farm is an incredibly simple but utterly fascinating interactive storybook with innovative animal sound technology bound to enchant curious young readers and ignite a love of all things down on the farm!

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Blob: The Ugliest Creature in the World

Written by Joy Sorman
Blob the fish is excited. He feels it's finally his year to win the big competition after which he will finally become the ugliest animal in the world. But the popularity and fame that accompany Blob's win soon go to his head. And the loneliness of his new title goes to his heart. And of course fame never lasts forever. READ MORE

Welcome to My House

Written by Gaia Stella
First words are everywhere you look, especially in a house! This visually striking picture book catalogs an impressive array of household items, naming the delightful miscellany that comprises a life. READ MORE

Animals Hide and Sneak

Written by Bastien Contraire
One of these things is almost like the others... READ MORE

Are You A Monkey?

Written by Marine Rivoal | Translated by Maria Tunney

A game of animal charades that will leave readers guessing and giggling

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Deep in the Forest

Written by Josef Antòn | Illustrated by Lucie Brunellière

Deep in the forest, early in the morning, the animals slowly wake—except the panda, who is sleeping in. The monkey stretches, the red ant hides, the black bear yawns, and the gazelle smiles. But where is the okapi? Can you find it?

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Malala Activist for Girls' Education

Written by Raphaëlle Frier | Illustrated by Aurélia Fronty | Translated by Julie Cormier

Malala's voice is loud and strong and is for all girls around the world.

Malala Yousafzai stood up to the Taliban and fought for the right for all girls to receive an education. When she was just fifteen-years-old, the Taliban attempted to kill Malala, but even this did not stop her activism. At age eighteen Malala became the youngest person to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her work to ensure the education of all children around the world.

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Can You Keep a Straight Face?

Written by Elisa Géhin and Bernard Duisit

Can you keep a straight face? Straight eyebrows? Straight lips? A straight… nose? These pages are packed with interactive tabs that allow children to pull funny faces with impunity.

Elisa Géhin is a children’s book illustrator. Bernard Duisit is a French paper engineer.

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Paul and Antoinette

Written by Kerascoët| Enchanted Lion Books | November 15, 2016
Paul likes flower arranging, Antoinette likes mud... As siblings, they're stuck with each other, but could either really live without the other? READ MORE

The World of Edena

Written by Moebius

Working closely with Moebius Production in France, Dark Horse puts the work of a master storyteller back in print—with some material in English for the first time! Stel and Atan are interstellar repairmen trying to find a lost space station and its crew. What they discover about the universe and themselves on the mythical paradise planet Edena, though, changes their lives forever.

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Ariol Vol. 9 The Teeth of the Rabbit

Written by Emmanuel Guibert | Illustrated by Marc Boutavant
Bouncer, Ariol’s rabbit classmate, is the best one at sports (even if he wears a dental device). That’s just one typical detail you’ll discover in the latest all-new collection of twelve delicately delightful Ariol stories. READ MORE

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