Let kids be kids!

Why limit kids’ potential and interests based on archaic social norms and gender stereotypes? Kids should be kids.

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).

Science doesn’t lie to you

Changing our mind when finding new information is the smart thing to do. It’s also very challenging for most people. It would be worrisome if scientists were never revising their previous conclusions.

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).

Reading positions

Here’s little comic to illustrate common reading positions. Which ones do you master, and which ones did I forget? I know I forgot “reading with kids running around” but I guess it would fit in “the hardcore”.

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I am now on Tik Tok!


I will show kids how I draw my characters and all sorts of comics, share my books and drawing tips, answer their questions and drawing requests. Tik Tok is the only platform where I can connect directly with my readers, and I love it! I publish videos in English and French. Click here to see my toks and follow me.

How to make social media safer and kinder : free printable

Here’s a free printable comic I made to teach kids (and many grownups) how to use social media in a considerate, kind, respectful and safe manner.

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).

How to apologize properly

Here’s a free printable comic I made to teach kids (and many grownups) how to apologize properly.

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).

How to get better at drawing

Here’s a free printable comic I made to teach kids how to use positive and proactive vocabulary when you want to get better at something. Practice is what matters!

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).

Body diversity

All bodies are beautiful! I drew this to teach kids that their body is their best friend, no matter what it looks or feels like, no matter what they can or can’t do with it. Body positivity is essential for mental and physical health. Kids are shown mostly thin, fit, able bodies through social media; I think it’s important to get them to see as much body diversity as possible.

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).

New book: PUPPY in my head

I wrote this book for my daughter. When she was younger, she used to have a lot of anxiety before bedtime. I told her to imagine that there was a very sensitive, excited puppy in her head, and that she could calm him down with a magical leash: long, gentle breaths.

Free printable: what does “Courage mean?

Here’s a free printable comic I made to help kids understand that courage doesn’t mean having no fear, but rather recognizing and facing them. I want to help them have compassion for themselves and their fears and understand anxiety better. 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).