New York in Pyjamarama
Join our pyjama clad hero as he leaves his bedroom to see the sights of New York at night time. Dodge the traffic, be dazzled by the lights on Broadway and take in the dizzying heights of the Big Apple's skyline.
A totally original follow-along adventure tale that engages children with dazzling images that seem to come to life beneath the reader's hand--thanks to a stripey screen included with every book
A dazzling journey through a dream- world, made possible by a stripy screen that changes the scene as it moves over the pages
D couvrir New York en famille
Découvrez Big Apple en famille. New York, la plus fascinante des villes américaines, melting pot et creuset de la modernité, est aussi une ville "children friendly". Toutes les informations et les conseils pratiques pour en profiter avec des enfants.
The Great Journey
It's time to fly away! Every year, birds from around the world leave their homes and gather together in the jungle. This is the first time Red Beak has joined the birds' great journey, and he has a long way to travel. Follow Red Beak as he flies to the other side of the world and use the magic viewfinder inside the book to discover what's really going on behind the scenes. As Red Beak flies over forests, farmlands, cities, and even the North Pole, readers can use the viewfinder to see some amazing hidden sights: acrobatic ants, a cruise-ship crocodile, factories in the clouds--even a monkey playing the cello!
Numéro spécial Dessin & Illustration. Agents d'illustrateurs. Illustration scientifique. Dessin contemporain. Marianne Ratier. Jean Spezial...
Poemotion is an interactive book-object. The abstract graphical patterns in this small volume are set in motion as soon as you move the attached special foil across them: moiré effects allow complex forms to develop, set circles in motion and make graphical patterns vibrate. Inspired by Seesaw, an earlier book from the publisher, in a playful and at the same time minimalist way the Japanese designer Takahiro Kurashima establishes a link to the motif of a "School of Seeing" that has long occupied a special place in the program of Lars Müller Publishers. With this book the viewer can discover how, as if by magic, figures and forms are created out of optical overlays, set in motion and then disappear again. In the era of digitalization this book shows that interactivity is also possible in the format of the analogous, bound book.
A Hundred Million Francs
"A bunch of scruffy urchin kids in the backstreets of Paris outwit thieves to uncover the whereabouts of millions of francs stolen from the Paris-Ventimiglia express. Gaby is the leader, but it is super-cool Marion with her collection of stray dogs who is the heart of the gang. It all begins when a local villain offers the children a fortune for their 'horse' - a headless rocking horse, given old tricycle wheels that they 'ride' down the steep cobbled street, but they don't want to part with it. Then, a few days later, the horse is stolen, and so begins an adventure that is full of twists and turns, leading to a satisfying conclusion when the villains receive their comeuppance."
The Last Dragon
Struggling to survive in a postapocalyptic world after his village is destroyed, Yorsh, the earth's last elf, must embark on a perilous quest to decipher a powerful prophecy and find the last dragon, who holds the key to saving the world from the Dark Age that has begun. An ALA Notable Children's Book. Reprint.