Count on Me
by Miguel Tanco
A young girl sees the world differently in this beautiful picture book celebration of math.
Everyone has a passion. For some, it's music. For others, it's art. For our heroine, it's math. When she looks around the world, she sees math in all the beautiful things: the concentric circles a stone makes in a lake, the curve of a slide, the geometric shapes in the playground. Others don't understand her passion, but she doesn't mind. There are infinite ways to see the world. And through math is one of them.
This book is a gorgeous ode to something vital but rarely celebrated. In the eyes of this little girl, math takes its place alongside painting, drawing and song as a way to ponder the beauty of the world.
e la vacanza al lago mistero
by Barbara Cantini
It’s finally time for a vacation! Mortina (Ghoulia) and her family haven’t been on one for... ages! Destination: Fancy Manor to stay with aunt Shrew and cousin Dilbert. But there isn’t much time for relaxation after Mortina discovers that a pencil-pusher wants to sell the apparently-abandoned manor at auction. Will they find a way to save the manor before it’s too late? A new adventure in the internationally successful series that has been translated into twenty-four languages.
Dans la Boîte
by Liuna Virardi
What’s Inside? Turn the page and see!
In this playful word book, young readers “open” bags, boxes, presents, kits, to discover what’s inside. The horizontal calendar format transforms the act of turning the page into opening a container: a pizza box, a first-aid kit, a picnic basket, a suitcase…
Don’t Worry, Little Crab
by Chris Haughton
In the rockpool above the sea, live two crabs: Big Crab and Little Crab. Today, they’re going for a dip in the sea. “This is going to be so great!” says Little Crab. But then Little Crab catches a first glimpse of the water... Oh. The waves! They're ENORMOUS. "JEEPERS!" Will Little Crab be brave enough to go in?
Sleuth & Solve
by Ana Gallo
illustrations byVictor Escandell
Ready, set, investigate! Welcome to the world of Sleuth & Solve, where clues are in the details and crafty twists put readers' wits to the test. This first book in a new series of mind-bending mini-mysteries encourages readers of all ages to practice deductive reasoning, consider the most subtle details, and always think outside the box. Readers may play alone or with friends, collecting points for cracking each case and determining whose sleuthing skills reign supreme. Read the clues, then lift the flap to reveal the answer to each mystery! This compelling collection of clever, inference-based mysteries makes the perfect gift for puzzle lovers and super-sleuths of every age.
Jour Après Jour
by Romain Bernard
When Aimé turned seven his mom gave him a camera. That’s how he learned how to observe the landscape. It was always changing and different, and Aimé found that beautiful. Jour après Jour tells the story of the transformations of a rural place and its inhabitants during Aimé’s lifetime. Just when things look like they are coming to an end, unexpected visitors breathe new life into the landscape and into the story. A soulful and timely book that takes on the issues of home, identity, and immigration in a subtle and lyrical way.