Our book is distinguished by its principle of reading in pairs face to face.
Brother an sister, father and son, grandmother and children
This book is for everyone.
In this book you’ll become masters of the hero's destiny ! Together be ready to make choices that will define how the story continues.
The end of the story is up to you!
In this book, you will discover the different versions of the same tale. These versions come from all over the world, Asia, Africa... An amusing way to rediscover a tale you already know.
Accomplices of Little Thumb, our new book, is not a random book.
It’s a book which is experienced with a partner, together.
It’s a book to read with four hands, with four eyes, in pairs !
Because together we live an adventure, we become partners and we share a fun moment, together we are stronger.
Our book can be read by children aged 8 years and older.
Imagine you find the first book ‘Complice of Tom thumb’ in the library… First of all you find a partner of course!
Now, face each other and open the book in between the two of you. Here the adventure begins!
The two readers speak one after the other according to the orientation of the text. They exchange speaking time to build the story.
Choices will punctuate the adventure of the two readers. Together they will have to decide what the Little Thumb does until the end of his adventure.
What this book can offer you
Who are we
Sour citrus fruit
Never tired, always in a hurry, but no stress, there's no glitch!
Her little extra thing: her glass of Chinon.
Decorated with jewels, scrunchies, scarves, headbands, she gives a zest to our days.
Her little extra thing: her red Aygo Toyota.
Mock-up after mock-up, she doesn't back down from any Illustrator bug. Her little extra thing: her triple layered jacket.
Hooded and still connected.
His little extra thing: his early morning McMuffin.
Inventive, she's always looking for her best idea.
Her little extra thing: her notebook and her post-it notes.
The chilly one
Spontaneous, positive and effective except in frosty weather.
Her little extra thing: her rice-pasta recipe.