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Growing : How animals come into our world

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How long does it take for a frog to develop four legs? And when does a canary first open its eyes? In this charming and original photo book, Dutch photographer Marlonneke Willemsen uses studio style images to transform zoological facts into a highly poetic document of becoming and growing on our planet. Starting with dogs, cats, and guinea pigs and moving right through to reptiles and fish, Willemsen photographs different animals during the very first weeks of their lives, capturing the wonder and fragility of new life and celebrating the diversity of the natural world. Text in English, German and Dutch.
Product code: 9783961713363
Author: Marlonneke Willemsen
Cover: oprawa twarda
Publisher: teNeues Publishing UK Ltd
Language: English
Liczba stron: 192
Format: 327 x 300 x 23
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