Gayelle has been a freelance author-illustrator since 2017.
Her first book, "How Babies Are Born (Also)" evokes home birth and natural birth through gentle illustrations and colorful. She then wrote "And me (too) then?" which talks about the difficulty for the eldest (but also for the parents) to welcome a baby. "Tétées de France" is a collection of 20 illustrated testimonies on breastfeeding and the difficulties that some women can meet on their milk course.
She has also produced several coloring books around "proximal parenting" for young and old, but also "Powerful Birth" which is a real tool for preparing for birth. The 20 coloring pages are accompanied by mantra phrases that aim to empower the woman who gives birth.
All the books are published by Les Éditions (Aussi). The non-profit organization is committed to normalizing natural, respected birth and proximal parentage through illustrations.