Once upon a time there was a rabbit. No ordinary rabbit. Stylish, elegant and chic! A single rabbit, who fell in love with a carrot. Naturally, the carrot is terrified at the prospect of being eaten. So, out of love, the rabbit has his big teeth removed. The gesture melts the carrot’s heart, who agrees to get married.
But along comes the fox…
At the bottom of each page, the spider and the worm, first-row spectators, comment on the story, question its credibility, the characters’ decisions, or the blossoming love story. And it’s hilarious! The main part of the text, delightfully cheeky and highly rhythmical, is brought to life by elegant and stylised illustrations, with a strong graphic identity. Love at first sight!
Eric Sanvoisin & Delphine Jacquot
18 x 33 cm – 48 pages
Award: Prix Libbylit Best Picture Book 2019, Prix Ficelle 2020 Best Picture for the 8-10 y.o.
See also by the same authors: A Shell for Two.
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