Round, Square, Triangle by Dick Bruna
  

Synopsis

Round, Square, Triangle by Dick Bruna

From the well-loved author and illustrator of the Miffy stories, here are three compact and delightful picture books introducing shapes, colours, and numbers. All illustrated in Bruna's inimitable style, early learners can see how shapes pop up in everyday objects; that every colour is there in the clothes you wear; and how there are lots of things to count in everything you see.

About the Author

Dick Bruna

Dick Bruna was born in Utrecht on 23 August 1927 – the year of the rabbit, according to the Japanese zodiac. As the son of a publisher, Dick was introduced to books and authors at an early age. He grew up in Zeist, surrounded by chickens, rabbits, dogs and a goat, and enjoyed a wonderful childhood with his brother Frits.

Though he began by training in publishing, Dick really wanted to be an artist, drawing inspiration from the bold use of colour by masters such as Leger and Matisse. After marrying his wife Irene in 1952, Dick took up a permanent position as a designer in the family’s publishing firm, A.W. Bruna & Zoon.

In 1975, Dick decided to work for himself, and the Miffy series really took off. He also started accepting poster and card commissions for organisations including Unicef, the Netherlands Red Cross, The Hague, Amnesty International and the Netherlands Dairies.

Now 87 years old, Dick Bruna continues to delight children and adults the world over with his enchanting drawings and stories. His work has won numerous awards and has featured in many prestigious exhibitions around the world.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
28 pages

Author

Dick Bruna
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Author's Website

www.miffy.com/

Publisher

Tate Publishing

Publication date

23rd August 2012

ISBN

9781849760775


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