“An ogre isn’t anything like you and I…They are much stronger than us.”
After Thomas’ Travels in Bookland, La Souris Qui Raconte leads us yet again to the doors of the library with this beautiful interactive tale in which a young girl and an ogre become acquainted with one another.
“But ogres don’t read! What on earth could he possibly be doing here?”
A poetically told story about discovering poetry. A tale within a tale. What if ogres aren’t quite what they seem? What if little girls aren’t quite who ogres think they are? The Friendly Ogre is a story of unexpected friendship between two children’s book characters who meet somewhere in between each other’s imaginary worlds.
Some reasons that will make you love this new interactive story:
- An original story about the joy of reading and the importance of friendship.
- Enhanced interactive illustrations.
- 20min of poetry and discovery.
- Available in 2 languages: English and French
- A way to experience the story that can be either silent or read by a storyteller
This book is part of the “To Read” collection by La Souris Qui Raconte, which can be
identified by the eye symbol in the right corner of the icon. An interactive illustration per page dealing with the themes of the book and the symbolism of the rose.
La Souris Qui Raconte publishes original works that are 100% digital, adapted for
web reading as well as e-book readers and makes reading fun! The company
distinguishes itself in the publishing world by setting previously unpublished stories
in an imaginative graphic world. Its collections will appeal to parents who are eager to
find responsible digital literature for their children aged between 5 and 10 years old.
Find out more about La Souris Qui Raconte
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