An exquisite coffee table bookthis volume incorporates ingenious design and gardening wisdom to showcase Anne Geddes' fanciful images. From pots to plots, in flowerboxes and fields, Geddes' unique photos of babies and children show readers the profusion of life and joy to be found in a garden. Readers see the wondrous transformation of buds to blooms, and caterpillars to butterflies; find adorable baby faces amidst petals and pods; see birds in the bath, bees abuzz, and all kinds of critters at rest and play. Full-color throughout.
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Do you believe in fairies? If so, this book will delight you. "It wasn't produced for someone who isn't a believer in things magical," observes photographer Anne Geddes, who clearly is. What is also abundantly clear is that she appreciates the charm of babies and small children, and the role that fantasy plays in their young lives. Her tiny models become fairies, gnomes, sunflowers, water lilies, field mice, ladybugs, and peas in a pod in this amusing and endearing volume.About the Author:
The world's best-selling photographer, Anne Geddes is recognized around the world for her images of babies. Her stunning photographs grace greeting cards, calendars, books, stationery, and photo albums and are currently published in more than 50 countries. Anne's books have sold more than 15 million copies worldwide and have been translated into 16 languages.Her new line of baby clothing, designed for babies up to 12 months, is now available exclusively on-line. Born and raised in Queensland, Australia, Anne lives in New Zealand with her husband, Kel, and their two daughters.
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Descrizione libro Andrews McMeel Publishing, 1998. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0836264606
Descrizione libro Andrews McMeel Publishing, 1998. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0836264606