"Mom, are you sure the wolf will not come?" "Absolutely, my rabbit." "But how can you be so sure?"
This clever story disarms childhood bedtime anxieties in an unexpected way. A small rabbit getting ready for bed questions his mother on how she can be so sure that the wolf will not come to their house. Meanwhile, on the opposite page, we follow the progress of the wolf indeed creeping closer and closer to them, foiling the mother's reassurances one by one. In a delightful twist, the rabbit's fears are defused and all ends well. The irresistible drawings and surprise ending put nighttime anxieties in light-hearted perspective.
About the Author
Myriam Ouyessad was born in 1976 in Paris. After studying philosophy at the Sorbonne, she chose to teach the youngest. She participated in the creation of the alternative youth magazine From the Water to My Mill in 2011, where she also published her first stories. Ronan Badel was born in 1972 in Auray, Brittany. A graduate of Decorative Arts of Strasbourg, he began writing and illustrating children's books, publishing his first book in 1998. After several years teaching illustration at a Paris art school, he settled in Brittany and devoted himself to creating children's books. In 2006 he published his first comic book, Petit Sapiens.