FREEDOM FOR HORSES - Clara Debray

Sarbacane -

Children's book from 5 years old.

Format 23.5 × 31.5 cm. 40 pages.

16,90

Cirka, Paulo's favorite car, coughs more and more. Worried, he lifts the hood: two horses jump out and run off into the hills! And so, little by little, all the cars break down, releasing more and more wild horses. The children are the only ones who can approach them; the world before has come to a standstill. Josephine, the garage owner's daughter, and the other children decide to give a second life to the abandoned vehicles. Couscous, the old tow truck, is transformed into a place of reverie, Cirka into a music room...

A modern tale, where tribes of children reinvent a free world in the land of horses!

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Clara Debray

Clara Debray is a young French author and illustrator. She grew up in a small village of Chartreuse in the Alps and moved to Paris for her studies. After graduating in textile design in 2016 at the Duperré school, she joined the Paris School of Decorative Arts from which she graduated in 2020.

The sense of belonging to the environment in which she grew up has never left her. She now lives in Annecy and devotes much of her illustration work to conveying her personal feeling for the mountains. She likes to draw landscapes and faces that tell stories.

Colours are important to Clara, and traditional tools such as oil paint and pastels allow her to express herself fully.