Jigsaw Art Animals by Elisabeth De Lambilly


Jigsaw Art Animals by Elisabeth De Lambilly

Henri Rousseau's tigers, Paul Klee's goldfish, a horse by Theodore Gericault, Franz Marc's iconic yellow cow - these and other animals depicted in art will come alive for children as they solve jigsaw puzzles. Each spread in the book features a reproduction of a famous painting accompanied by a brief explanatory text and a 16-piece puzzle of the artwork. Arranged thematically, this playful activity book introduces young children to a whimsical menagerie of great art.

About the Author

ELISABETH DE LAMBILLY is a historian. After a career in publishing, she started writing books for children on art, science, and history.

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14 pages


Elisabeth De Lambilly
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Publication date

18th April 2012



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