3 - Kiout and the snail

Woniu (which, as you all know, means "snail" in Chinese), had just spent the night under a huge oak tree. Woniu didn't sleep just anywhere. He loved to snuggle down under the large, curvy leaves of this oak tree. This is where he felt most comfortable. But one morning he started to complain... Edition : Les Sentes.

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The publishing house 

Specializing in literature for youngsters, mixing simple stories for the very youngest through to novels for pre-teens, « Les Sentes » was set up in October 2008.

Our publishing house, based on quality, focusses on the harmony within its team to create consistent stories, to awaken children's curiosity, ginving them the pleasure of reading and introducing them to a foreign language.

  • Age : 4
  • Hauteur : 15
  • Largeur : 19
  • Nombre de pages : 24
  • Numéro : 3

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