tag: art

A Thousand Drawings In A Inkwell

14 octobre, 2017 Posted by Emilie
Mille dessins dans un encrier, by Alain Serres and Zaü Three children are fascinated by the artist working in their apartment building. He takes them to the best school of all: the streets of Paris! Under the aerial metro he teaches them perspective. At the market, he introduces them to movement… The children are very […] Read more»

Versailles Celebrations

24 octobre, 2016 Posted by Emilie
Versailles From Louis XIV to Marie-Antoinette, the most beautiful parties and entertainments were thrown in Versailles. And what better way to discover them than a game booklet? Colouring, cutting, mazes, models and masks: all the classic games of the series are there, to have fun in a royal style. Part of the Colour, Cut, Create […] Read more»

That Night At The Museum…

2 avril, 2016 Posted by Emilie
Cette nuit-là au musée, by Isabelle Simler The sun sets on the museum, everything seems still. But suddenly, a butterfly escapes from its window display. And then, animals, fossils and objects in all the museum halls come to life! For one night a great feast gathers all the museum inhabitants together. 48 pages hardcover picture book, 32.5 x 23 cm Rights sold: Japanese, […] Read more»

Explore The Musée de l’Orangerie

30 mars, 2016 Posted by Emilie
Le carnet du Musée de l’Orangerie Here, we discover or rediscover the Orangerie Museum in the garden of Tuileries in Paris, and its treasures: Monet’s Water Lilies and artworks by Matisse, Picasso, Cézanne, Renoir… Let’s cut, colour, find your way in a labyrinth, spot the difference and have fun with plenty of other activities. 48 pages activity book, 21 x […] Read more»

Mist and the Allincolours

9 octobre, 2015 Posted by Hannele
Brume et les Toucouleur, by Marie Sellier and illustrated by Limo Mist and the Allincolours relates how the universe was created. First, there was the white, the nothing at all. Then with the Big Bang, the black arrived. And later the Greys appeared, silent giants, shadows masters. And, at last, the three Allincolours, Azul, Ross and Yelo, came […] Read more»

The Little Blue Museum

11 mai, 2015 Posted by Stéphanie
Le Petit Musée du Bleu,  works by 13 great painters & texts by Carl Norac After the colour red, the colour blue is the common theme shared by these 13 masterpieces! Through a short poem facing the painting or the sculpture, Carl Norac gives young readers hints to observe or, on the contrary, let their imagination […] Read more»

Land Art For Toddlers

9 janvier, 2015 Posted by Hannele
P’tits Land Art, By Marc Pouyet Magical imagery, with the humble dandelion transformed into an inviting carpet of ragged flowers making the reader long to sit on it and listen to the birds singing ! These striking photos, at once both playful and poetic, will take little ones on a journey through nature, where the gently […] Read more»

Designimals

26 septembre, 2014 Posted by Stéphanie
Designimaux, illustrated by Ingela P. Arrhenius & paper engineering by l’Atelier Saje The first design book for kids! A book full of surprises to discover, in a funny and graphic way, 7 iconic objects of 20th century design, inspired by nature or everyday life: Arne Jacobsen’s Egg Chair, Eero Saarinen’s Tulip Chair, Eames’ Hang-It-All, George Nelson’s Ball-Clock and Marshmallow Sofa, Gae [… Read more»

My Wonder Room

23 septembre, 2014 Posted by Hannele
Ma chambre des merveilles, in association with the Musée des Confluences in Lyon. Opening this activity book is like opening the door of a curiosity cabinet, where a thousand wonders are piling up on the shelves. In My Wonder Room you can play with the collections, you can mix and match animals to create chimeras, […] Read more»

The Beautiful Dances

23 septembre, 2014 Posted by Hannele
Les belles danses, by Marie Desplechin and Jean-Michel Othoniel The Water Theater Grove was one of the most beautiful groves in the gardens of Versailles. It’s in this magical scenery that Jean-Michel Othoniel imagined his Beautiful Dances. The design of these sculptures originates in the dancing steps imagined by Raoul- Auger Feuillet, choreographer of Louis XIV. […] Read more»