Sunday Mar 22, 2015
POWERHOUSE on 8th [Park Slope]
1111 8th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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Scandinavian Author and illustrator Laura Ljungkvist takes us from a busy street to a basement to the depths of the ocean in her book A Line Can Be.
About A Line Can Be…:
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.
About the Author:
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).