Zou, the little zebra, looks forward to school camp. But who will kiss him good night there? Suddenly Zou is not able to look forward to school camp anymore. But his parents craft wonderful kisses out of paper for him. When the lights gets off in the train, Zou secretly opens his box of kisses. Pressing the paper tightly to his cheek, he can feel the kisses. Now Zou doesn’t feel so lonely anymore and he tries to fall asleep.
But a little zebra starts weeping loudly and Zou gives away one of his kisses to comfort the little one. Suddenly all the other zebras want to have a kiss as well and Zou gives his kisses away until the box is empty. The next morning the zebras have so much to talk about that Zou has no time to think about the kisses anymore.
This book is suitable for children between 2 and 6 years of age.
Michel Gay is the popular illustrator of more than 60 books for children, published in Europe, many of which he wrote himself. He lives in France.