The Sun Is Yellow by Kveta Pacovská

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Synopsis

Kveta Pacovská’s unique style and unparalleled skill in creating books that fire the imagination and entice wonder in children of all ages has won her international acclaim. The Sun Is Yellow is a masterpiece of the art of books for children. With plenty of windows to open and hidden characters to discover, it offers an enchanting adventure through the magical world of color.

Praise for The Sun is Yellow:
"Czech artist/illustrator Pacovská won the Hans Christian Andersen Medal for illustration in 1992, the same year this open-ended exploration of color was first published in Germany."
Publishers Weekly

"Children who enjoy watching colors at play may be drawn in, and the album also makes a rewarding technical study for developing artists."
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About Kveta Pacovská

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Kvĕta Pacovská, born in Prague in 1928, is one of the greats of modern book illustration. In 1992, she won the Hans Christian Andersen Award, the highest and most prestigious international award for children’s book authors and illustrators.
 
Published September 1, 2012 by Tate. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books.

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