Gyo Fujikawa's Little Library  -     By: Gyo Fujikawa
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Gyo Fujikawa's Little Library

Sterling Publishing Co., Inc. / 2011 / Hardcover

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Product Description

These four little board books are packaged perfectly for little hands and can be stored in their mini encasing. Featuring Gyo Fujikawa's whimsical illustrations, these simple books for babies are all about babies-playing, hugging, napping, and growing.

Product Information

Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 48
Vendor: Sterling Publishing Co., Inc.
Publication Date: 2011
Dimensions: 3.50 X 3.50 (inches)
ISBN: 1402785666
ISBN-13: 9781402785665
Availability: In Stock
Ages: 2-4

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Publisher's Description

Gyo Fujikawa's adorable animals and children are available for the first time in a four-book, mini boxed set.

Little babies like to look at other little babies--and this multicultural group of adorable infants is simply irresistible. Gyo Fujikawa captures them playing with toys and each other, sweetly napping, and above all GROWING! Four tiny little board books perfect for tiny hands feature a treasure-trove of art and text compiled from five of Fujikawa's best-loved classics--all packaged in a handsome gift-giving slipcase.

Author Bio

Gyo Fujikawa (1908-1999) made a career in the advertising world and also enjoyed a lengthy stint at the Walt Disney Studios, where she designed the large book version of Fantasia. In 1957, she illustrated her first picture book, A Child's Garden of Verses. Many other followed, some of which she also wrote. Babies, published in 1963, stands as a landmark: it was the first children's book to depict infants of different races and nations sharing growing experiences. Fujikawa's books have been translated into 17 languages and are read in more than 22 countries.

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