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In his time as Children’s Laureate, Anthony Browne introduced the Shape Game. Invented when he was child and played it with his brother, the Shape Game is a feast of imagination as one person draws a shape and another turns it into a picture. Here, friends Frida and Bear draw shapes for each other and turn them into some unexpected and entertaining pictures. ~ Julia Eccleshare
Celebrate the power of the imagination with this inspiring picture book, a collaboration between the multi-award winning former Children's Laureate Anthony Browne and the Danish illustrator Hanne Bartholin.
Frida and Bear both love to draw - but what? First Frida draws a shape, then Bear turns it into a picture. Then Bear draws a shape for Frida as the shape game begins again. Anthony Browne and Hanne Bartholin will inspire creativity in this imaginative picture book that invites the reader to join in and play the shape game too.
Kids love to read and share books and (draw!) from an early age and so in addition to our Lovereading expert opinion some of the younger members of our Lovereading4kids Reader Review Panel were also lucky enough to read and review this title.
|Publication date:||3rd March 2016|
|Author:||Anthony Browne, Hanne Bartholin|
|Publisher:||Walker Books Ltd|
|Year Groups:||Early Years|
Anthony Browne is one of the most celebrated author-illustrators working today. Children's Laureate from 2009 to 2011 and winner of multiple awards - including the prestigious Kate Greenaway Medal and the much-coveted Hans Christian Andersen Award - Anthony is renowned for his unique style. His work is loved and admired all around the world. Anthony lives in Canterbury, Kent. Hanne Bartholin is a Danish illustrator who originally trained at the Kolding School of Design. In 2001 she was awarded the Danish Ministry of Culture Illustration Prize. When she isn't creating picture books, Hanne lectures at Kolding and the Danish Design School and runs ...More About Anthony Browne, Hanne Bartholin