Here is the perfect gift for young children learning their colors, shapes, and numbers. All four of Eric Carle´s popular new split-page board books are now packaged together in a slipcased library. A game as well as a learning experience, these early concept books are both fun and smart. Children can turn the top pages independently from the bottom pages, creating a matching game that offers all the charm of Eric Carle´s bright collage illustrations. Collected here are My Very First Book of Colors, My Very First Book of Shapes, My Very First Book of Numbers, and My Very First Book of Words. Irresistible fun for young hands and minds!
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Feast your eyes on the latest split-page board books from Eric Carle. In the sumptuous My Very First Book of Food, children can match each animal with the food it eats. Do you know what a squirrel eats? How about a seal? In My Very First Book of Motion, children can match each animal with the way it moves. Which animal hops? Which one waddles? Only you can match them. These fun books are full of bright animals, and are lots of fun for young children.
The First Book of Luciferian Tarot is the first published Luciferian or Left Hand Path book on the Tarot. This books describes in detail the attributes and correspondences of tarot. The major and minor arcana are fully described in detail. The Adversary is explored from a trans-cultural perspective, with tarot spreads and full descriptions of purpose and aim, by divination or self-initiation.DECKS available from http://www.luciferianwitchcraft.com
Where do penguins live? How many oceans are there? Little children can find the answers in this book and have fun doing puzzles and quizzes too. Topics include weather, rainforests, deserts, icy places and a world map. With internet links to selected websites with more information plus contents and index pages, this is a great first reference book..
An obsession with fashion is nothing new. Throughout history, dress has mesmerised with its power to charm and communicate identity and status. In this first English translation of an extraordinary historical document - the earliest known book of fashion - fashion-conscious Renaissance man Matthäus Schwarz and his son Veit Konrad chronicle their lives through the clothes they wore. Lavishly illustrated, The First Book of Fashion recaptures the experience of sixteenth-century life through the rich intricacies of dress and its cultural meaning. The book unpicks the fabrics, cuts, colours and detail of these remarkable illustrations and their brilliant captions handwritten by Schwarz, arguably making him the first fashion blogger. Historians Ulinka Rublack and Maria Hayward bring the original manuscript to life with new, insightful commentaries alongside the original text, providing an unparalleled portrait of sixteenth-century dress and culture in context. Including a specially-designed pattern by Olivier award-winning costume designer Jenny Tiramani, from which readers can recreate one of Schwarzs original garments, this is a valuable resource for everyone from scholars to designers to fashion enthusiasts.