Francois-Marie Banier: Autocar Volume 3: To Have Fun at Home

Two birthday parties: one on each side of this accordion-style booklet, on which a boy, nine years old, is drawing himself as a piano, as a chimera and as a whale. He walks with birds, with his teachers and parents. He has invited his sister Capucine, who, on the back of these pages, is drawing her so-called friends, observing them with merciless eyes. She opens the wardrobes where her brother is hiding - until a lamp transforms into human form under the gaze of the grumpy parents. These hallucinations took place in the times of General de Gaulle, contemporary of Edith Piaf. Francois-Marie Banier