Lannoo The yellow balloon

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This beautiful prints book of Charlotte Dematons has no text and a story seems to be missing. But the good viewer soon finds that the various plates of the city, the desert, the jungle and the sea have something to do with each other. Every time a blue car dives up, a fakir on a flying carpet, a trunk in prison stand, and a yellow balloon. Young and old will be looking for these recurring elements with pleasure and reconstructing the story itself.
In the yellow balloon, Charlotte Dematons not only sees a master in creating atmosphere, "she has also processed countless little joke in this book. Niels Holgersson, Baron von Münchhausen, Pippi Langkous, Toetanchamon, Santa, Repelsteeltje and many other famous figures from the (children's) literature cheerfully cross the pages and make this picture book a celebration of recognition. To see endlessly!

In this large hardcore picture book with two rounded corners is a lot to see. The prints take you on a world trip and show you from the sky not only the world but also a piece of its history. From Indians to Knights in a castle, from an African landscape to a pirate boat and plane ship next to each other on a large ocean. In addition, on the page-crossing prints, regular guests travel: a blue car, a yellow balloon, a fakir on a flying carpet and a trunk. It's a great quest to find them all the time; This makes for even more accurate viewing and searching, and so for more discovering all the beauty! The colorful, painted prints are detailed and provide a lot of viewing pleasure. The book has no text; These can be seen by the viewer (s) themselves talking and narrative. By using the detail of the prints harder to use in a (somewhat larger) group. In small groups, cozy close to each other, it creates a lot of conversation and interaction. You do not get caught up! Core title Kinderboekenweek 2012. Distinguished with various (also international) prizes; In 2008, the illustrator received a Golden Brush for the textbook "Sinterklaas", also textless. From about 4 years.
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