Going to the Getty by J.otto Seibold, Vivian Walsh
  

Going to the Getty

Written by J.otto Seibold, Vivian Walsh
Illustrated by J.otto Seibold

RRP £14.99

Synopsis

Going to the Getty by J.otto Seibold, Vivian Walsh

Hop on the tram with Milli Ennium, Quincy, and their cohorts as they set out to explore the Getty Center. This children's book--from the creators of the popular Mr. Lunch character--takes a delightful tour through the Getty Museum, adjancent gardens, conservation laboratories and other sites at the Getty Center. Featuring the wonderful illustrations of J.otto Seibold and the beloved characters created by Seibold and coauthor Vivian Walsh, Going to the Getty is a colorful, humorous visit to the new center and sure to be enjoyed by children as well as the adult fans of Seibold and Walsh.

Reviews

-A delightful and unique way to imagine riding the tram, touring the Getty, wandering the adjacent gardens, and exploring the museum's laboratories.---Stroller Traffic

About the Author

San Francisco-based J.otto Seibold and Vivian Walsh are the creators of Monkey Business, Mr. Lunch Takes a Plane Ride, Mr. Lunch Borrows a Canoe, and Free Lunch.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

J.otto Seibold, Vivian Walsh
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Publisher

J. Paul Getty Museum an imprint of Getty Trust Publications

Publication date

23rd October 1997

ISBN

9780892364930


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