short sto­ries.

A trick

VOGUE Bambini - - CONTENTS - by Oria­na Pic­ce­ni

by Oria­na Pic­ce­ni

Quan­do le par­li Fra­nçoi­ze Bou­cher sor­ri­de sem­pre. Per­ché per lei la vi­ta va pre­sa con leg­ge­rez­za, ironia e mol­ta one­stà. Ed è pro­prio co­sì che ha de­ci­so di rac­con­ta­re e di­se­gna­re la sua quo­ti­dia­ni­tà. Un’idea? Apri­te ‘Il libro che ti spie­ga pro­prio tut­to sui ge­ni­to­ri’,‘Il libro che ti fa sco­pri­re pro­prio tut­to sui li­bri’ e ‘Il libro che ti dice pro­prio tut­to sui ma­schi e sul­le fem­mi­ne’ (Il Ca­sto­ro)... e non smet­te­re­te di (sor)ri­de­re! When you speak to her, Fra­nçoi­ze Bou­cher al­ways smi­les be­cau­se she be­lie­ves that you need to ap­proa­ch li­fe wi­th light­ness, iro­ny and ho­ne­sty. That’s why she de­ci­ded to il­lu­stra­te her eve­ry­day li­fe. Open ‘The Book that Ex­plains Eve­ry­thing About Pa­ren­ts’, ‘The Book That Tells You Eve­ry­thing About Books’, and ‘The Book That Tells You Prac­ti­cal­ly Eve­ry­thing About Boys and Girls’ (Il Ca­sto­ro)… and you won’t stop smi­ling!

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