Help! We Need a Title!

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From one of the most acclaimed and dynamic picture book makers of his time comes a book that tests the very meaning of a picture book story, plays havoc with formal type and design and speaks directly to its readers! This is a new picture book from Herve Tullet! How exciting. Open it up - see what's inside! Hello! There's lots of characters. And they're looking right at YOU. They seem to be a bit surprised...Hmmm, maybe they're not quite ready? (The drawing's a bit messy, too. It looks like this illustrator has some more work to do.) Let's read on and see. Uh-oh - it seems the characters don't actually know what to DO! Hang on...there's not even a STORY because - guess what?! - this book isn't FINISHED! But while you're here (and because you probably DO want a story, right?) they're going to try and find one for you. And they might just need the help of a certain author...Tullet takes the concept of reading to a new level and encourages young children to interact with the book form, teaching them, in the process, to think imaginatively, independently and creatively. This is a book full of funny, original ideas: a story within a story complete with photos of Herve Tullet himself talking to the characters. Un livre won the Sorcieres prize in 2010, and was a worldwide bestseller, published in 27 languages.

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  • Hardback | 64 pages
  • 220 x 270 x 12mm | 544g
  • Walker Books Ltd
  • LondonUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • 1406351474
  • 9781406351477
  • 74,084

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About Herve Tullet

Herve Tullet has established an international reputation for his uncanny ability to create dynamic, innovative and enthralling books for young children. In 1994, he published his first book and is now known in France as 'The Prince of pre-school books'. After winning the coveted Sorcieres prize in 2010, Herve's Un Livre sold 65,000 copies in France and 560,000 copies all over the world in 27 different languages. He is celebrated for his interactive workshops and continues, with each title, to provoke surprise and admiration. He lives in Paris with his family.

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