A child comes into the world and wonders what to put in his bag for the long journey ahead of him. Should he take some cuddly toys, a rattle, his teddy bear, a bed, a cradle or a little chick’s nest?
What is he going to need?
A picture book without words, 1001 sheep is an excellent aid to the age-old technique of falling asleep at night by counting sheep!
Prehistoric sheep, knight sheep, aristocratic sheep. Sheep who garden, sheep who design clothes, popstars sheep. Not to mention sheep mermaids, sheep campers and cowboy sheep. With simple black line drawings and a yellow wash of watercolour, Kerso brings to life 1001 sheep, neither more nor less. And a sheep counter at the bottom of each page keeps up the tally!
We eat eggs at almost every meal, in the shell, as an omelette, and in cakes, pasta, dough… Fortunately, chickens are generous, they each lay 150 to 250 eggs a year.
So let’s help them produce good eggs by feeding them and taking care of them as we should. And know how to tell the difference between a free range egg and a battery egg…
How to preserve eat eggs and be chicken-friendly ?
Flour, water, a bit of salt, yeast: that’s how you make bread, child’s play. But where does flour come from? How do you grow wheat? Does the earth you plant it in matter? This book answers all those questions and provides the keys to understanding naturefriendly agriculture and consumption. How to eat bread and respect Earth ?
Brrr… How cold it can get at the highest and the lowest points of our planet. In the North pole, the polar bears are well protected with their fur. Birds, on the other hand, come nesting and giving birth at spring. In the South pole, the penguins gather up and spend the great freezing winter of the Antarctic together.