"Josselin, a little man as tall as three apples, spent his vacation in the sea. Curious and greedy as not two, he carried to his mouth everything he touched" ... so begins this story.
- Josselin, a little man as tall as three apples, spent his vacation in the sea. Curious and greedy like no other, he carried in his mouth everything he touched trying in vain to find a dish as tasty as his precious sweets.
- When Josselin arrived at the beach, he was like a bird that is released from its cage or should I say like a fish escaped from its jar ... pebbles, sand, seaweed everything was going on ... nothing was missing from the hunting board of this voracious: the sea ... When he wanted to taste what was not his surprise: "Yuck!" he exclaimed.
- His mother, who was a few blocks away, quickly dried the little tear of his son. She told him then, understanding his unhappy experience: "All is not sweet, caramel or chocolate, Josselin!"
- She grabbed a shell lying on the sand and placed it against her child's ear. "Do you hear the murmur of the sea?"