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What Colour is Your World?

What Colour Is Your World? encourages children and their parents to think about color and look at the world in a new way.

A Balloon For A Blunderbuss

This lovingly restored 1960s children's classic takes design lovers of all ages on a fantastic journey, via an imaginative and entertaining series of trades and swaps that starts small with a butterfly, and ends up including absolutely everything in the world, from straw hats to the stars in the sky.

The Green-Eyed Mouse and the Blue-Eyed Mouse

Rafaella and Noah both peer into opposite ends of a hole and see the other's eyes one has green eyes, the other blue. If their eyes are different, how different will the rest of them be? A playful guessing game that encourages children to invent, use their imaginations and describe what they cannot see.


  • Author: Bob Gill
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Age Range: 3-12 years

About the Author:

After working as a freelance illustrator and designer in New York, Bob Gill (b. 1931) moved to London in 1960, where he joined Alan Fletcher and Colin Forbes to create a design agency that became the precursor of Pentagram. He resumed his freelance career as an illustrator, designer, teacher, film-maker and author of children's books in 1967, and returned to New York in 1975. His clients include Pirelli, Universal Pictures, Nestlé and the United Nations, and he has written a number of books on graphic design.

Material: Hardcover

Brand: Phaidon

Origin: United States

Phaidon’s empire of world-renowned books on food, architecture, fashion, design and travel complement the publisher’s beginnings. Named after Socrates’s pupil Phaedo, who was known for his discourses on immortality, this London-based publishing house got its start in 1923 as a producer of high quality, reasonably priced literature, philosophy, and history books. In 1936 it added art to its repertoire, publishing some of the first monographs of Van Gogh and Botticelli. All volumes pair erudite text with breathtaking photography; a perennial favorite is Phaidon’s stunning, large-scale Atlas of 21st Century World Architecture.