Charlotte Moundlic is the art director at French publishing imprint Pere Castor and the author of several French books for young readers. She lives in Paris. Olivier Tallec graduated from the Ecole Superieure d'Arts Graphiques in Paris and worked in advertising as a graphic designer before devoting himself to illustration. He has done many illustrations for newspapers and magazines and has illustrated more than thirty books for children. He lives in Paris.
A beautifully, evocative book * Carousel * The most poignant of all * The Bookseller * A rare solace for a bereaved child. And a sentimental education for everyone else * Guardian * A book to be recommended as much to adults facing a child's grief as to the child himself * Books For Keeps * the central motif of the boy's scraped knee allows for a positive ending as the wound heals - although of course it does leave a scar * The School Librarian *