“You’ll see when you grow up!”, the first children’s book from Edition L’Amazone, explains the globalized capitalist economy through four chapters on money, the banking system, the police, and revolution. It was based on books cited by author Marie L’or Kaeppelin-Billaudot in Il sera une fois… Essai sur le contenu des livres pour enfants (Espaces féminins, La pensée sauvage, 1978). «Tu verras quand tu seras grand!» (“You’ll see when you grow up!”) is based on the observation that few children’s books deal openly with the economic question, even though it is omnipresent in their daily lives. The detour of these books, more than forty years after their publication, allows us to rethink our relationship to these founding myths, in the same way that a tale plays a role in the construction of a common history.
Thanks, Jay! Yes, Ovo is the serif seen in the third image, and Authentic Sans appears to be used for emphasis in the fourth. I saw Zipper being mentioned in the colophon, but it’s not included in the images.