And there are animals hiding behind the leaves and petals, too!
by Agathe Singer
“It‘s fresh and colourful: This way of portraying [the flowers] makes it possible to look at the garden both in its detail but also in its abundance. […] it allows the escape into nature which is shown to be peaceful, yet full of life.“ – www.melimelodelivres.fr
Maison Eliza | board | 20 pp | 160 x 170 mm | 2018 | 1+
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[original title: Les couleurs de mon jardin]