Amaterra is a French publishing house with a high care for design, committed to create high quality content. Each year they publish an average of twenty books for children. They make a point to create books that will surprise young readers and develop their curiosity, whether it is by exploring technical possibilities of paper (die cuts, pop-ups, flaps, moving parts, special inks…), or simply by presenting themes through a different angle. Several of their titles have received awards for their design and printing quality. Pleasure and discovery have to be part of every project.
Some of their international successes:
My Nature Notebook series: sold in 15 languages
This Way or That Way series: sold in 13 languages
Hector Dexet's board books: sold in 11 languages
My Little Nature series: sold in 11 languages
Charlotte Gastaut's die-cut picture books: sold in 8 languages
Original publication language: French
Rights represented worldwide.