author/illustrator: Capucine Lewalle/Aurélie Guillerey
21,5 x 32,5 cm
Gus and the Cranes
Once upon a time, there was Gus.
Gus worked on a crane, because one day his dad had told him with his big voice: "My son, when you are old, you will work on a crane".
Trouble was... Gus was afraid of height.
In Gus' family, men have worked on cranes from one generation to another. Trouble is, Gus is afraid of height... Aurélie Guillerey's illustrations express Gus' clumsiness and unease with a lot of humour. A tender and humourous book about finding your own vocation and about masculinity.