My tail and I
Every animal has a tail that distinguishes him from others, starts the story.
The reader discovers on each spread a different animal and the different functions of his tail. The fish’s tail allows it to swim, the mouse’s tail to carry its offspring … Human beings do not have any tails, concludes the narrator, ‘but when my mother goes for a walk, my brother Hamada grabs her dress’s tail’.
Its amusing and unexpected ending, as well as its illustrations, give this little colorful book quite a personality.