The Wildwood Elves
Deep in the forest, the Wildwood elves live happily in their little village, making pottery, chopping wood and growing vegetables. But when a friendly seagull makes a flying visit, they are astonished to hear of a mysterious thing called 'the sea'... and so begins a wonderful seaside adventure.
Charmingly written by popular French children's author Anne-Marie Chapouton, and full of lively and characterful illustrations by world-renowned Gerda Muller, this classic tale is available in English for the first time.
Children will be enchanted by the hidden world of the mischievous, adventurous and curious Wildwood elves while their grown-ups will love the vintage artwork inspired by folklore and bursting with details of the natural world.
(Ages 3–6 years)
'The Wildwood Elves live happily, hidden under a great beech tree, deep in their forest, in their little village they pick berries, make plates, chop wood, bakes cakes and grow vegetables, they lead very busy lives. So it is that when they learn that there is a chance for an outing to the sea, an outing to be led by their friend Skye the seabird, they are all a fluster for the sea is a mystery, an adventure waiting to unfold. It is also a trip that will present them with surprise and stories to tell for generations. Prepare for enchantment, wonder, curiosity, and an exploration of the natural world led by French author Anne-Marie Chapouton and Dutch illustrator Gerda Muller.'— Armadillo