A circle and a square play together to create an entire imaginary world. This book, written and illustrated in 1965 by British designer Fredun Shapur, is an introduction to the possibilities of visual expression, and will delight young readers with its magical shapes and colours.
‘A light-hearted picture book that...will encourage young children to use their eyes’ – Times Literary Supplement.
Fredun Shapur studied at St Martin’s and the RCA in the 1950s, and worked as a designer for advertising agencies and design studios in London and Prague. He is best known for his work designing educational children’s toys for Naef in Switzerland, Galt Toys in the UK and Creative Playthings in the US.
Suitable for ages 3+
- Author Fredun Shapur
- Pages 48 pp
- Number of illustrations Colour illustrations throughout
- Dimensions 25 x 17.5 cm
- Hardback yes
- ISBN No. 9781849763639
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