13824 jeux de couleurs de formes et de mots

13824 color sets, shapes and words are contained in this jumble. On the left page, the proposals for poems come together, in calligrams. On the right page, a large oval is filled with colorful shapes. By letting ourselves be guided, we combine the pleasure of abstraction, humour and poetry.
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Over the pages, funny, absurd, credible or not at all proposals follow one another. The possibilities are many, the children turn the elements in one direction, and then in the other, stop when one of the poems seems to make sense to them. Each time, the top flap gives the subject of the sentence with always the mention of a color. The central component, the verb, is always a transformation. Then the last part tells us what has become of the subject.

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Colour illustrations.
From 2 to 7 years old.

Born in 1946, Patrick Raynaud is a French visual artist. After studying modern literature, he turned to film, and directed a film about Robert Delaunay. In 1971, he assisted Jacques Tati on the set of Trafic. In 1977, he participated in numerous European exhibitions. He taught the fine arts of Lyon and Dijon, and successively directed l'Ecole des Beaux-arts de Nantes, ENSA in Paris-Cergy, and ENSAD.
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