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THE NO-NO BISON

 

Le bison non-non - Victoire de Changy & Marine Schneider - 24,6 x 33,8 cm - 48 pages - Août 2021 - €16

The No-No bison was born in Autumn when the leaves are yellow, orange and brown. But he’s not like the other little bison. He’s so hairy that you can only see his little round eyes, and no mouth or nose. His parents try to think of a name - Bisonson, Bisonou, Bisou… But he just looks at them, as though to say, “no no”! So, everyone starts calling him the No-No bison. And as he gets bigger, they continue to think that the look in his eye means “no”. No to pinecones, no to chestnuts, no to the grass under the snow, no to games… But would he still say “no” to everything if he knew how to talk? An unexpected encounter with a little lobster – and its pincers! – will soon set the record straight!

Victoire de Changy was born in 1988 in Brussels, where she still lives and works in poetry. She has published two novels with Editions Autrement.

Marine Schneider studied illustration at LUCA School of Arts in Gand (Belgium) and at KhIB in Bergen (Norway). After beginning her career as an illustrator in Norway, her work is now published in picture books all over the world.

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THE NO-NO BISON

Le bison non-non - Victoire de Changy & Marine Schneider - 24,6 x 33,8 cm - 48 pages - Août 2021 - €16

 

 

The No-No bison was born in Autumn when the leaves are yellow, orange and brown. But he’s not like the other little bison. He’s so hairy that you can only see his little round eyes, and no mouth or nose. His parents try to think of a name - Bisonson, Bisonou, Bisou… But he just looks at them, as though to say, “no no”! So, everyone starts calling him the No-No bison. And as he gets bigger, they continue to think that the look in his eye means “no”. No to pinecones, no to chestnuts, no to the grass under the snow, no to games… But would he still say “no” to everything if he knew how to talk? An unexpected encounter with a little lobster – and its pincers! – will soon set the record straight!

 

 

 

Victoire de Changy was born in 1988 in Brussels, where she still lives and works in poetry. She has published two novels with Editions Autrement.

Marine Schneider studied illustration at LUCA School of Arts in Gand (Belgium) and at KhIB in Bergen (Norway). After beginning her career as an illustrator in Norway, her work is now published in picture books all over the world.