It’s icy cold outside. Luckily, a beanie fell on the snow. What a great shelter! A mouse sneaks in, followed by a frog, an owl, a rabbit, a fox, a boar and then a bear… “No more space !” says the animals as the hat fills up. The arrival of a tiny ant causes both the explosion of the hat and the anger of the animals.
With this graphic little picture book, Loïc Gaume plays on the notions of size, accumulation, disappearance. He invites children to have fun with language, shapes and colors.
Age : From 2 years•Size : 16 x 20 cm•Volume : 32 pages•Price : 9.9€•ISBN : 978-2-930938-21-9
Loïc Gaume is a French author, illustrator and graphic artist who lives in Brussels. His comic strip animation work is published in Les Détails, the publishing organisation which he created, and in L’Association (a Lapin review). He also contributes to the children's review Cuistax. His first album, Contes au carré [Square Tales], was published by Thierry Magnier in September 2016 an receive the Opera Prima price in 2017 at the Bologna Ragazzi Awards.
He is the author of Clac, la trappe !,Plus de place ! and L'île aux deux crabes, published by Versant Sud Jeunesse, and also Catastrophes (published by Thierry Magnier).