Baya arrived in Boujda in the month of May, when I was very small. No-one knew where she came from, or what she wanted. She was not really welcome in the village. I would sneak over to her place to hear her stories while drinking tea.
The day that Baya became outraged at the fate of sick people, things began to change. And people took a dim view of this. People don’t like it when their lives are turned upside down. Even if it is for the best.
Age : From 4 years•Size : 30 x 21 cm•Volume : 44 pages•Price : 15€•ISBN : 978-2-930358-90-1
Author and illustrator, Emmanuelle Halgand lives and works in Rouen. After studying art history, graphic design and the sociology of cultural audiences, she has devoted herself for the past ten years to the creation and animation of book mediation workshops. She is currently preparing several books as well as a doctorate on the mediation of children's books. She is inspired by the colors of her childhood to compose her clear, fresh and lively illustrations.