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The Game of Finger Worms
To play this interactive game, all you need is the tip of your finger! Take a pen and draw on two eyes and a mouth ... and there you have it, your very own finger worm!
The Game of Mix-Up Art
Inside this book are beautiful paintings, ready for you to mix up. Turn the flaps to create a whole new work of art with squiggles, spots, squares and shapes of all kinds!
The Game of Let's Go!
To play The Game of Let's Go!, close your eyes, place your finger on the magic line and take a journey through these pages and into the vast world of your imagination. What will your adventure be?
The Game of Patterns
Study the lines, shapes and colors of the patterns in this book. They may look the same... but they're not! Look closely how many differences can you spot?
The Game of Mix and Match
What do you get when you mix a heart with an apple? Or a snail with a lemon? Turn the flaps and mix and match more than 50 pictures!
The Game of Light
You'll need a grown-up's help to play this magical light-game. In the dark, use your torch to make flowers bloom on the ceiling and fish swim across the walls!
About The Author:
Hervé Tullet was born in 1958. After studying Fine Art, he worked as an Art Director for ten years (1981-1992) before joining the advertising industry. In 1990, he produced his first illustrations for the press in France and has since been published in numerous magazines around the world. In 1994 he published his first book for children. Since then he has devoted himself to illustrating and painting. A great lover of children's literature, he is the father two boys and a girl, who never fail to inspire him.
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.