DESIGN FOR CHILDREN PLAY, RIDE, LEARN, EAT, CREATE, SIT, SLEEP

DESIGN FOR CHILDREN PLAY, RIDE, LEARN, EAT, CREATE, SIT, SLEEP

At a time when the market for well-made, innovative objects for children is undergoing a transformative – and global – explosion, Design for Children documents the evolution of design for babies, toddlers, and beyond. The book spotlights more than 450 beautiful, creative, stylish, and clever examples of designs created exclusively for kids – from toys, furniture, and tableware to textiles, lights, and vehicles.
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JANNIS KOUNELLIS

JANNIS KOUNELLIS

Greek-born Jannis Kounellis was one of the key artists in the Arte Povera movement, and this book puts his career into context as never before. Following his breakthrough in the late 1960s in Rome, when he questioned the traditionally sterile environment of the gallery by exhibiting live animals within its walls, Kounellis went on to include diverse materials in his work, including fire, earth, gold, wood, and charcoal, quickly establishing himself as one of the most innovative sculptors of our time.
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EMILE : THE HELPFUL OCTOPUS

EMILE : THE HELPFUL OCTOPUS

This classic picture-book, first published in 1960, tells the story of Emile. When Emile rescues Captain Samovar from a shark attack, he earns himself a friend for life who treats him to a saltwater bathtub bed, instruments to play, and more. But after saving the day many times over, Emile grows tired of life above water and returns to his home... where he hosts the scuba-geared Captain for regular games of chess. Ungerer’s charming illustrations make this unlikeliest of heroes quite irresistible.
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SIDE BY SIDE : A CELEBRATION OF DADS

SIDE BY SIDE : A CELEBRATION OF DADS

A heartfelt and playful ode to the father-child relationship, by two-time Caldecott-medal-winning author Chris Raschka King and Jester, Boat and Captain, Mountain and Climber... fathers and children are all of these things and more in Chris Raschka's tribute to this familial pair. Each stanza presents three scenarios in which the father and child's roles are subtly balanced.
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LENNY THE LOBSTER CAN'T STAY FOR DINNER : ...OR CAN HE? YOU DECIDE!

LENNY THE LOBSTER CAN'T STAY FOR DINNER : ...OR CAN HE? YOU DECIDE!

A choose-your-own-ending tale of a distinguished lobster and a fateful dinner party When invited to a fancy dinner party, Lenny brings thoughtful gifts for the hosts and enthusiasm for whatever's in store. But when he's greeted with a pot of boiling water and lobster bibs, Lenny [and readers] must quickly decide: should he stay or go? This laugh-out-loud text by bestselling author Michael Buckley and his 10-year-old son Finn is stunningly accompanied by illustrations that demonstrate Catherine Meurisse's flare for the dramatic. Ages 4-7
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ONLY HUMAN: PHOTOGRAPHS BY MARTIN PARR

ONLY HUMAN: PHOTOGRAPHS BY MARTIN PARR

A major new book on Martin Parr explores the photographer's most enduring subject - people - as never before By turns witty, surprising, and ingenious, Martin Parr's photographs reveal the eccentricities of modern life with affection and insight. This book - published to coincide both with Parr's 2019 exhibition at London's National Portrait Gallery and also the date the UK will leave the EU - examines what it means to be human at a time of both change and retrospection. Bringing together new work from the last decade, Only Human explores the concepts of Britishness and national identity through the rituals and habits of everyday life.
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