John-Wolf is always afraid … except when he is singing pirate songs at the top of his voice, all alone in his room.
One night, John-Wolf dreams that pirates take him to their ship. Will he overcome his fears and become a real pirate?
This book is suitable for children between 5 and 6 years of age.
Pirate John-Wolf is a cheerful picture book about self-confidence and imagination.
Natalie Quintart (1961, Belgium) followed acting classes in Louvain-la-Neuve and Paris. She now lives in Brussels and has three children. Besides novels and screenplays, Natalie Quintart writes books, stories, songs, stage plays and scripts for children. A whole range of styles!
Philippe Goossens (1963, Brussels) studied comic book drawing at the Saint Lucas Institute of Brussels. He works as an illustrator of children’s books, commercial advertisements and animation films. In 2004 his illustrations were selected for the illustrator’s exhibition held during the Bologna Book Fair.