Scribble Book

Scribble Book

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By (author) Herve Tullet

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  • Publisher: TATE PUBLISHING
  • Format: Paperback | 62 pages
  • Dimensions: 270mm x 316mm x 14mm | 499g
  • Publication date: 1 May 2008
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1854377744
  • ISBN 13: 9781854377746
  • Illustrations note: 62 colour illustrations
  • Sales rank: 10,371

Product description

Herve Tullet is one of the best-known and best-loved children's authors and illustrators working today. He has enchanted devotees of his unique style in previous, award-winning books, including "Night and Day", "The Five Senses" and "Imagine"."The Scribble Book" is an entirely new venture, one in which his young readers are invited to participate! Encouraged by Herve to pick up a crayon and scribble alongside him, they will lose all inhibitions and unlock their own creativity. They will feed scribbles to a hungry monster, scribble water to put out a fire, scribble flames coming out of a volcano, spaghetti for lunch and ski-tracks in the snow."The Scribble Book" does away with the traditional rules of the pre-school colouring book, encouraging children to cross boundaries and experiment for themselves. Gradually, as the book unfolds, the scribbles evolve into puzzles to be solved and finally into genuine drawings. Full of wit and humour, irreverent and enchanting, "The Scribble Book" is destined to become the latest success from the colourful mind of Herve Tullet.

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Herve Tullet is one of the best-known children's authors and illustrators working today. He pursued a successful career in advertising before switching to creating children's books fifteen years ago, and his illustrations regularly appear in publications including "Le Figaro" and "The New Yorker."