Books by Antoine Guilloppé

MEPHISTO by Bernard Villiot
CHILDREN'S
Released: Sept. 1, 2019

"A melancholy conversation-starter. (Picture book. 6-12)"
Do you know your worth? Read full book review >
LIKE A WOLF by Géraldine Elschner
CHILDREN'S
Released: Sept. 1, 2015

"It's hard not to feel for this good dog. (Picture book. 4-8)"
High-contrast, laser-cut images accompany a simple story about the destiny of a canine whose wolflike appearance and behavior lead it from imprisonment in a pound to a better life. Read full book review >
THE ARROW FINDS ITS MARK by Georgia Heard
CHILDREN'S
Released: March 27, 2012

"Students may not be convinced these are real poems, but they'll enjoy creating them anyway, whatever they are. (Poetry. 8-12)"
Found poems can be found right here in a small anthology of original poems. Read full book review >
ONE SCARY NIGHT by Antoine Guilloppé
CHILDREN'S
Released: Sept. 1, 2005

In this wordless black-and-white picture book, a bundled-up boy walks through the woods one winter night. In boldly graphic artwork that evokes the crisp precision of cut-paper collage, ink-black skies contrast sharply with white snowy landscapes—the boy is a black silhouette against the snow, or white against the black sky, depending on the page. Eyes watch him from a distance. A wolf follows him from afar. Snow begins to fall and the boy starts to run. On one page, the wolf snarls, the next reveals the boy's frightened dot-eyes, and on the next, the wolf springs! In a surprise twist, the animal does not attack the boy, instead pushing him just beyond the reach of a giant falling tree, a tree that would have otherwise crushed him. A grateful hug ensues. (Kids, don't try this at home!) Guilloppé creates real suspense with spare graphics, dramatic pacing and ominous perspectives, offering abundant opportunities for creative storytelling in this innovative, visually arresting tale of one truly scary, but happy-ending night. (Picture book. 4-8)Read full book review >