The Seven Dwarfs by Etienne Delessert

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Stephane, one of seven dwarf brothers living in the forest, relates how all their lives were changed when they tried to rescue Snow White from the murderous rage of her wicked stepmother.

About Etienne Delessert

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Etienne Delessert was born in 1941 in Switzerland. For more than thirtyyears the self-taught artist has been translating his and the world's ideas,passions, fantasies, and nightmares into the visual language of books,magazine illustrations, posters, animated films, paintings, and sculptures.His imaginary creatures and landscapes juxtapose chaos and order,the familiar and the fantastic, the serious and the joyous, to clarify thisworld and create new and surprising universes. Delessert has illustratedmore than eighty books, including collaborations with avant-garde playwrightEugene Ionesco and renowned psychologist Jean Piaget. His internationallyacclaimed books have been translated into more than fifteenlanguages and have garnered numerous awards and distinctions, includingten gold medals from the American Society of Illustrators. He lives inConnecticut with his wife, designer Rita Marshall, and their son Adrien.
Published September 1, 2002 by Creative Editions. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife. Fiction

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Dense type and arch prose ("Well, l'habit fait le moine…" says the palace tailor as he adjusts the dwarves' newly fashioned courtly attire) set the volume apart from other lavishly illustrated fairy tales and mark its appeal to an older audience.

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