Seymour is no ordinary wolf. Frightened by violence and disgusted by meat, he decides to leave his pack. He settled in a cottage on a cliff overlooking the sea. There he read books by the fire and made himself mushroom tea.
One night, he discovers a little girl sinking into the sea. He rescues her, takes her in and looks after her. She doesn’t speak and barely eats. He names her Red. He reads her stories, she draws, they collect shells or go for walks in the forest. Little by little, Red grows up and opens up to life.
This is a story in the style of a fairytale, which evokes abuse with sensitivity, but is above all about parenthood.
Age : From 5 years•Size : 22 x 28 cm•Volume : 40 pages•Price : 16.5€•ISBN : 978-2-930938-75-2•Rights sold : Available
Mathieu Pierloot is a writer for young people, born in Belgium in 1980. When he was young, he dreamed of being Mark Hollis, Paul McCartney or Bill Evans. With no talent for music, he studied journalism and then political sociology. The author of novels, album texts and podcasts, he likes to fill his books with playlists and his house with vinyl records. He lives in Brussels with his wife, daughter and cat.
Giulia Vetri is an Italian illustrator and designer, born in 1989 in a village in northern Italy. Ever since she was a child, Giulia has loved geography and maps, which made her imagine stories of discovery and expeditions to far-off and exotic places.