After the success of Uncle Albert’s Adventures video game, the Albin Michel Jeunesse editor offers Eric Viennot to print a book adapted from his games.
They wanted the book to be interactive too. Eric Viennot designed a book offering the reader to look for a fabulous treasure, thanks to clues left throughout the book. September 2000 Uncle Albert’s Treasure is released and is great success (more than 15 000 copies sold).
Found in the dusty attic, the travel journal hides a marvellous secret. Uncle Albert carefully hid several objects, drawings and souvenirs, collected all around the world. While decrypting it, you will be walking on the tracks of a mysterious treasure.