Home can be the blue wide ocean. Home can be the warm savanna, the prairies or the dense jungle. Home can be near a mother and a father, home can be with a herd or a shoal. A beautifully illustrated picture book to discover more about animals’ habitats and what it means for them to be at home.
Katta Kitti has to pee. And she is not the only one! The elephant, the penguins and the monkeys also need to pee. Soon, the whole zoo is lining up in front of the loo. But the snake shows up and simply jumps the queue – how rude! Now everybody starts to push and shove. Finally the door of the toilet house opens up and who’s there? It’s zookeeper Toni! He reminds the animals to line up properly…. and to use toilet paper!To the product
Dana is a happy and lively little llama girl. Just not today. She doesn’t want to comb her hair
or eat her grandma’s delicious leaves for lunch. And during the afternoon hike with her dad,
her hooves suddenly hurt so much that she simply can’t walk one more step. Nobody knows
why, but every situation turns into a huge llama-drama and Dana can’t help it. Can anything
cheer the little llama up?
Anna Taube re-narrates the touching and poetic story of the little prince with a language adapted for children. The high-quality composition with a foil stamp and a linen spine makes this edition a very special gift and read-out-loud book for the whole family.
The original illustrations of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry turn this lovely crafted book into a must-have for every little-prince-collection.
Gaëlle Toquin and Mathilde Deroubaix
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