In his house on the edge of the woods, Mr Horse is feeling blue. Where have his friends gone? Hedgehog isn’t here to play pinochle, Groundhog isn’t here to pick flowers, Bear isn’t here to bake cakes… He’s overcome by a strange feeling, like a big grey cloud. He’s counting down the days, wishing he could be small again.
A book about feeling lonely and sad, and how to overcome it and find joy on your own. It’s a seemingly simple story about emotions that aren’t always easy to put into words, and the importance of friendships.
Age : From 3 years•Size : 16 x 20 cm•Volume : 32 pages•Price : 10.9€•ISBN : 978-2-930938-71-4•Rights sold :
Stéphanie Demasse-Pottier is a children's librarian and author. She began writing for young people in 2017 and has over twenty albums and novels to her name. These include Tant pis pour la pluie ! with Lucia Calfapietra at Grasset jeunesse, Louise with Magali Dulain at L'Étagère du bas, Mon île with Seng Soun Ratanavanh at La Martinière jeunesse, Les sentiers perdus at Hélium, Le rêve de Gaëtan Talpa with Adèle Verlinden at Les Fourmis Rouges, Fin d'été with Clarisse Lochmann at L'Étagère du bas and Deux pingouins at A pas de loups.
Juliette Farges is a young illustrator and graphic designer from Nancy. Since 2019, she has been living in Brussels, where she is studying Visual and Graphic Communication at ENSAV- La Cambre. She works mainly with gouache in a childlike, poetic universe. Alongside her work as an illustrator, she works in the catering trade, in the kitchen, which is her second passion.
Monsieur Cheval et ses amis is her first book for children.