On the Moon, Lemmy, a keen gardener, jealously guards his splendid vegetable plot and doesn’t share it with anyone. Even lonelier than an onion, he doesn’t like to think that children might be able to spy on his vegetables.
Nobody should be allowed to disturb the growth of his precious seedlings! As well as being grumpy, Lemmy is dissatisfied knowing that his plant collection
lacks something: a blue vegetable.
Raphaële Lennoz graduated from the Ecole Emile Cohl with a specialism in illustration and has since produced several children’s books and exhibited paintings widely.
She also takes part in the exhibitions of the Carré d’Artistes in their numerous international art galleries. Her drawings and illustrated books are published by Gulfstream, Piccolia, La Pimpante, Mango, Desnel, Petit à petit, M l’editeur and Yomad.
Key Sales Points
– A book about dissatisfaction, sharing and gardening to cultivate what we need to be happy.