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  • Cover - The Most Beautiful Book of All Colours
    Cover - The Most Beautiful Book of All Colours
    The Most Beautiful Book of All Colours
    Genius
    Die Zeit

    Calm Leon takes Otto on a journey through the world of colour. This Encyclopaedia Otto-colorista is a feast for the eyes: after the restrained grey, black and white, the pages are a riot of colour and detail and there is always something new to discover. An abundance of colour you can’t stop looking at.

  • Cover - Rivers - Peter Goes
    Cover - Rivers - Peter Goes
    Rivers
    ‘Rivers’ is a Peter Goes mix of stories, facts and icons that bring history to life with a sense of wonder and humour
    Julia Marshall, publisher Gecko Press

    All aboard for a fascinating voyage of discovery in and around the water! In ‘Rivers’ Peter Goes travels to the most famous seas, lakes and rivers across Europe, North and South America, Asia, Africa and Oceania. Goes creates playful and extremely detailed double-page spreads in which text and image form a unified whole.

  • Cover 321 Super-smart Things You Have To Know Before You Turn 13
    Cover 321 Super-smart Things You Have To Know Before You Turn 13
    321 Super-smart Things You Have to Know Before You Turn 13
    A fantastically-designed book with surprising, funny facts and wonderful illustrations.
    Kinderboekwinkel Kakelbont

    Did you know that a giraffe can lick the inside of its ears? That we have been brushing our teeth for thousands of years? That you can weigh your head by putting it in a bucket of water? Or that astronauts pee into a vacuum cleaner? 

     

    ‘321 Super-smart Things You Have To Know Before You Turn 13’ is a fine pillow book for younger and older Einsteins.

  • Cover Het wonderlijke insectenboek
    Cover Het wonderlijke insectenboek
    The Amazing Book of Insects
    Playful and accessible
    Eindhovens Dagblad

    Discover why the glow-worm glows, how the bombardier beetle got its name and in what way a caterpillar can disguise itself. An exceptional ode to the ultimate boss on earth, who will mesmerize young and old.

  • Cover The Book of Children's Books
    Cover The Book of Children's Books
    The Book of Children's Books
    A parade of talent. What a breath of fresh air.
    De Morgen

    ‘The Book of Children’s Books’ is a kaleidoscopic book for reading, looking at and leafing through, for all readers who know how it feels to be a child, and a source of information and inspiration for publishers, booksellers, librarians, teachers – and for everyone else who is passionate about books.

  • Cover - Show & tell me the world
    Cover - Show & tell me the world
    Show & Tell Me the World
    We seldom see so much humour, beauty and linguistic creativity.
    Cutting Edge

    In this colourful encyclopaedia, children discover the world and learn new words in a playful way. The result is a hefty introductory and comprehensive work, full of dynamic characters and objects, offering a generous sampling of Tom Schamp’s craftsmanship. His illustrations represent a blend of Richard Scarry’s ‘Busy, Busy Town’ and Martin Handford’s ‘Where’s Waldo’.

  • Cover The Big Book of Trains
    Cover The Big Book of Trains
    The Big Book of Trains
    Powerful visual refinement, fascinating prints
    Cutting Edge

    ‘The Big Book of Trains’ more than lives up to its title: it offers an historical overview of the development of trains, starting with the Industrial Revolution and the steam train. In his familiar, delicate style and from different perspectives, Mattias De Leeuw creates his own universe, executing it in great detail.

  • Cover - Timeline
    Cover - Timeline
    Timeline
    A rich, accessible treasure trove of facts and figures
    Financial Times

    ‘Timeline’ is a trip through time, past dinosaurs, Vikings, Aztecs and spaceships. It is an illustrated journey through our world’s culture and events and travels from the Big Bang to the iPod. Peter Goes constructs a continuous line, on which different historical periods make their appearance one by one.

  • Cover - My Favourite Dictionary of Toys
    Cover - My Favourite Dictionary of Toys
    My Favourite Dictionary of Toys
    A nostalgic journey through time by means of beautiful pictures
    De Morgen

    With ‘My Favourite Dictionary of Toys’, young children can learn their first words: ‘dog’, ‘boat’ and ‘pear’, but also ‘speed merchant’ and ‘smitten’. With his typical style – a mix of collage, drawings and graphic work – Gaudesaboos creates a colourful book yet without excess, because he limits himself to depicting only a single word per page.