A Line Can Be . . . (Board book)

A  Line Can Be . . . By Laura Ljungkvist Cover Image
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From much-lauded artist Laura Ljungkvist, whose Follow the Line series earned praise for its clean, Scandinavian style and ingenious premise, comes a playful board book perfect for the toddler and pre-K set, and sure to please parents who are fans of modern design.

Starting on the front cover, and winding its way across each page to the end, a single line forms different shapes that demonstrate opposites ("clean" or "messy") in Ljungkvist's signature modern style. Children can follow the playful and ingenious line, which winds its way across brightly colored and patterned pages, till it ultimately forms "you" and "me," for a warmly charming ending.
Laura Ljungkvist has developed a fan base as the author and illustrator of numerous children's titles, including the award-winning series Follow the Line (Viking, 2006-2011),Pepi Sings a New Song(Beach Lane, 2010) and, most recently, as the illustrator of Mem Fox'sYoo-Hoo, Lady Bug(Beach Lane, 2013).

About the Author

Laura Ljungkvist was born, raised, educated (Grundis/RMI-Gerghs) and started her career in Sweden. As a free-lance illustrator she worked with a variety of clients in many different fields in Stockholm. In 1993 Laura moved to New York City where she quickly established herself and found work doing illustrations for high-end department stores, magazines and newspapers. Design firms and advertising agencies hired her for their clients in fields ranging from fashion to finance. Laura entered a new phase in her career when her first children’s book was published in 2001, followed by many more and products for children and adults. She still loves New York and now lives in Brooklyn with her husband, daughter and dog, Lola.

I Love Vincent is Laura’s third book with POW! Kids Books. Her first, A Line Can Be, was published in 2015.

Praise For…

*Amazon Big Spring Books Baby - Age 2!*

"This pleasing book introduces the youngest children to the power of lines to create artistic impressions, and it will appeal equally to parents who crave bright, sophisticated, minimalist graphic design — the design of any of these pages would look right at home on a throw pillow in a style-conscious living room."
- The New York Times

"I am just loving using this board book to teach my almost 3-year old about opposites and even some design and math basics as we talk about the infinite possibilities of a simple line."
- Coos & Ahhs  

Product Details
ISBN: 9781576877531
ISBN-10: 1576877531
Publisher: POW! Kids Books
Publication Date: March 17th, 2015
Pages: 24
Language: English