All books are for everyone

Have you ever heard kids (and even grownups!) denigrate other people’s book choices? “This book is for babies!”, “This book is for girls!” or “You should be reading real books by now!” Here’s a poster I made to show kids that they can read whatever they like; reading choices are personal and shouldn’t be judged.

Parents, teachers, librarians and educators, you can print this poster for your home, school, library or office. No commercial use allowed. To download, click here. To see my other free posters, click here.

To see my books that are truly for EVERYONE, click here.

Two new prints!

I have two new prints for sale at Sur ton mur!
because yes, I also need to sell some of my art sometimes if I want to keep making free stuff 🙂
Buy them here.

How to feel better

I’ve always been an anxious person and I tend to be a bit mean when I talk to myself. With this poster, I wanted to share one of the ways I developed to be kinder to myself and become my own best friend.

Parents, teachers, educators and librarians, you can download and print this illustration here. No commercial use allowed. If you want to license it, contact my agent (contact form at the top of this page).

 

Diverse families

Here’s a free printable poster I made to show kids that all kinds of families are OK, and that families are as diverse as people.
Teachers and parents, you can download it here and print it for school or home use (no commercial uses allowed).

For more free printable posters, visit my boutique in the “free printable stuff” section. To see my books, click here. If you want to license this image, contact my agent (Contact form above).

 

My mini-posters as coloring pages

Teachers, librarians and parents: you can now print all my educational posters as coloring pages, for free as usual. No commercial use allowed. Download them here.
The posters talks about diversity, refugees, women in science, gender, climate change, tolerance, the scientific method, autism, consent, equality.
You can learn about my new posters by following me on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

 

What is autism?

 

Here’s a free printable poster I made to explain autism to children. Teachers and parents, you can download it here and print it for school or home use (no commercial uses allowed).

I am not an expert in the matter; I had a lot of help from autistic people to fine-tune the French version of this poster, but I’m always interested in learning from your own experience with autism if it differs from this explanation or if you have something to add. You can comment on this poster on my Facebook page.

For more free printable posters, visit my boutique in the “free printable stuff” section. To see my books, click here. If you want to license this image, contact my agent (Contact form above).

Everybody can like

Here’s a mini-poster I made to teach kids that their gender should not define what they like.
There is no such thing as “boy stuff” or “girl stuff”. Pink and blue are for everyone!

Parents and educators, you can download a higher resolution of this mini-poster for free here (personal and classroom use only; no commercial use allowed).

For more free printable posters, visit my boutique in the “free printable stuff” section.
If you want to license this image, contact my agent (Contact form above).

 

I should

It’s the story of my life: no matter what I’m doing, I feel like I should be doing something else. Sounds familiar? I think we’re not alone.

Refugees who changed the world

I made this poster because I think we don’t hear enough about the positive contributions refugees make to their host countries. Many of them have even changed the world!

Parents and educators, you can download a higher resolution of this mini-poster for free here (personal and classroom use only; no commercial use allowed).

For more information about famous refugees, visit this website.

For more free printable posters, visit my boutique in the “free printable stuff” section.