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- Publisher: Sasquatch Books
- Format: Paperback | 128 pages
- Dimensions: 140mm x 191mm x 12mm | 159g
- Publication date: 31 January 2007
- Publication City/Country: Seattle, WA
- ISBN 10: 157061508X
- ISBN 13: 9781570615085
- Illustrations note: illustrations
- Sales rank: 40,773
This baby journal with Nikki McClure's papercut illustrations dividing sections devoted to baby's first tree, moon, garden embodies Nikki's lifestyle and art. She modeled the organization after the journal she started when her son was born. The sections focus on recording baby's interaction with the natural world.
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NIKKI MCCLURE is known for her intricate and beautiful paper cuts. Using an X-Acto knife, she cuts her images from a single sheet of paper, creating a bold graphic language that translates the complex poetry of motherhood, nature, and activism into endearing graphics. She lives in Olympia, WA. "From the Boxed Set edition."
By Jurgen Stipplington 07 Sep 2011
I ordered this for myself to use one day, and it's beautiful.
It is bound quite simply, which complements the rustic illustrations that look like block print or paper cutting. The writing prompts are darling but not contrived, and there is plenty of space to write/draw/stick whatever you want.
A perfect antidote to the endless cutesy pastel baby rubbish; it's a nice journal for the creative, alternative parent! It also seems to be quite easily adapted for single or GLTB parents, without those cloying "mummy" and "daddy" prompts.