Thursday, July 20, 2017

Day 1820: Seeing stars.

seeing stars, ink, watercolor & junk mail collage postcard

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If you know me, you know I really love books.
I found this article to share with you ...


Big Book: The Giant Turnip



Immerse yourself - eyes, ears & whole body


The Big Book is precisely that - a children’s story 
that literally unfolds into a gigantic single sheet, 
revealing a beautiful illustration of something central to the story.

The redesigned children’s fairy tale adds another dimension ...
allowing kids to explore a story as if they are inside it.

Fujimoto’s beautiful illustrations are accompanied by text 
in both Japanese and English. 
So not only is it great for storytelling, 
it’s also useful for learning another language!

The Giant Turnip is the beloved Russian fairy tale 
about a grandfather who plants a turnip that grows so large 
that he cannot pull it up himself.

  • Designer: Mao Fujimoto
  • Dimensions: 23×80 in (594×2050 mm)
  • Material: Water resistant, durable paper
  • Bilingual (English and Japanese) story for ages 3+
  • Made in Japan
  • Sold out

For FB Throwback Thursday ...

(front) Jake Spielberger, Tayler Hobberlin, Jordan Lawson, Kasey Hobberlin, (back) Michael Bates, Nick Bernstein, Cheyenne Lopez, Robert Williams, Costa Mesa Dojo 2000

Part of our jr. family, Costa Mesa Dojo, 2000

A smile for Thursday ...

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