The Tree House - Beit al Shajara by Marije Tolman, Ronald Tolman
  

Synopsis

The Tree House - Beit al Shajara by Marije Tolman, Ronald Tolman

A wordless picture book, done beautifully by the father-and-daughter team Marije and Ronald Tolman, portrays a wonderful story of a polar bear that swims to he tree house and is later followed by a brown bear in a boat. They discover that it is a great place to read and spend time. When the water recedes, they are joined by a flock of flamingoes, panda bears, a rhinoceros that shakes the tree house and other animals who come to join by land an air. An inspiring book for both children and adults who might just want to create their own story.

Reviews

The Tree House is pure Zen in thirteen artworks -- Wim Pijbes, General Director, Rijksmuseum, The Netherlands

About the Author

Marije Tolman graduated in Graphic and Typographic Design at the Royal Academy of Arts in the Hague. She studied illustration and design at the Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland. Now She lives and works in the Hague as a full-time children's book illustrator. Ronald Tolman is a sculptor, painter and graphic artist. He has added an award-winning, successful picture book, The Tree House, to his oeuvre.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Marije Tolman, Ronald Tolman
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Publisher

Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Publishing

Publication date

12th April 2012

ISBN

9789992178751


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