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All by myself

Leo con mis padres (3+)

Autor:
William Wondriska

Editorial:
Corraini

Colección:
Bambini

Páginas:
48

Idioma:
English

Resumen

Thanks to a fresh combination of drawings and photography, William Wondriska captured in this book the special delight that a young child feels when he does something “all by myself”. The protagonist of the book is the author’s daughter Alison Wondriska, who at the considerable age of five can count up to 10, listen to Daddy snore, eat an ice-cream cone, see a red cloud, ride an elephant... Between everyday activities and fascinating dreams, All by myself has been one of the first books for children that combined illustrations and photographs. Their presence on the page is made possible by a soft and curious layout and by the inspired musicality of the text, which have been finally approved by Alison herself. Renowned graphic designer, William Wondriska is among the protagonists of American graphic design in the second half of 20th century. He studied at Yale University and School of the Art Institute in Chicago and has been professor at several universities in the US. He wrote eleven books for children that have been awarded many prizes by the American Insitute of Graphic Arts. All by myself has been originally published in 1963: the author appears inside the book as a bus driver, but the protagonist is actually William’s daughter Alison.
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El ratón de ojos verdes y la ratona de ojos azules

Leo con mis padres (3+)

Autor:
Bob Gill

Editorial:
Phaidon

Colección:
Bambini

Páginas:
28

Idioma:
Castellano

Resumen

Un divertido acertijo para que los más pequeños inventen, dejen volar la imaginación y aprendan a describir sin necesidad de ver Un libro troquelado profusamente ilustrado y escrito por Bob Gill, un diseñador gráfico conocido en todo el mundo.
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I numeri. Numbers

Leo con mis padres (3+)

Autor:
Luigi Veronesi

Editorial:
Corraini

Colección:
Bambini

Páginas:
32

Idioma:
English

Resumen

Just like “Colors”, “Numbers” was originally published in 1945 too. Once again, its graphic refinement makes this book an art project in itself, much more than a mere children’s book. I count from zero to ten with the fingers and with abstract compositions made of coloured shapes scattered on a black background and black & white squares tidily ranged on a white background. A journey from abstract to concrete that gradually reveals through the pages. Lastly, two pages of “abstract additions”: number 10 is obtained with every possible combination of numbers by the use of colours. Luigi Veronesi (Milan, 1908-1998) always thought art as an instrument that involves all the aspects of the aesthetic experience, and investigated its relationship with the age of mechanization. Famous for his colour transpositions of music scores, he was a member of the MAC (Movement for Concrete Art) and one of the most “european” among Italian abstract painters. He also was one of the first authors to use photography in childrens’ books.