Examples of award-winning books

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1st Prize 2007

Cuore di pietra - Mauro EVENGELISTA - Italie

Culture Heritage Award 2007

Jack and the beanstalk - S. PHILIPS - Royaume-Uni

1st Prize 2006

Rozmanitosti - K. ADAMKOVA - Czech REPUBLIC

The Jury was won over by the originality and new style of this model. This story without words allows each child, through tactile illustrations and sound pages, to have his interpretation. This book suitable for all ages, invites the child to imagine and reflect as it mobilizes all of his senses. Very nice achievement. Note: It will be a challenge to reproduce this model which goes off the beaten track.

Culture Heritage Award 2006

Hiri, kissakke räätalinä - A. RINTALA - Finland / Finlande

This is an old Finnish tale. The story is very beautiful; it is sad and funny at the same time. Over the pages, the characters become companions. The materials are varied and rich.

Il s’agit d’un vieux conte finlandais. L’histoire est très belle, elle est triste et drôle à la fois. Au fil des pages, les personnages deviennent des compagnons. Les matériaux sont variés et riches.

1st Prize Category "0-6 years old" 2005

Das huhn Alberta - Annett GIEBICHESTEIN - Germany / Allemagne

There are a lot of possibilities for interactions. The child discovers unusual things in a book. The story is interesting with a fall that allows you to complete a cycle and imagine another.

Il y a beaucoup de possibilités d’interactions. L’enfant découvre des éléments inhabituels dans un livre . L’histoire est intéressante avec une chute qui permet de terminer un cycle et d’en imaginer un au