One of the two kids books that really impressed me: Aprés by the incredible artist Laurent Moreau (in French language). This will be the last part of my Frankfurt Book Fair follow-up. Let’s finish with two kids books that really fascinated me – one in French and one in English. But I think that kids […]
A look inside Von einem mutigen Hasen, der heimlich auszog, die Welt zu entdecken und das Fürchten zu lernen (From a brave rabbit, who secretly went away to discover the world and to learn what fear is). I already presented you the book on Wednesday. Pics made by Franzi on the #fbm16. Of course I
Here are three kids books I found on the Frankfurt Book Fair 2015 … adult books and cookbooks will follow the next weeks :). I love the colorful illustrated stories for kids. They stimulate the fantasy and create a world of its own kind. I wish you a wonderful weekend. With many funny stories :)!
In her photo project Idiot Box Brooklyn-based artist Donna Stevens shots portraits of children totally lost in watching TV. The pictures look somehow mystical, but the totally-out-of-control faces of the kids are also a bit scary (there are more on her website!). What the hell is TV doing with them? Thus, use the weekend to
The photo series Swedish Dads by Johan Bävman shows young Swedish dads and their different ways to cope with parenting on paternity-leave: They not only take care of their children, but they also develop their very own daily routines. I love the craziness in most of the pictures – they simply document the every-day chaos
Pic by Franzi. Do you have any X-Mas reading rituals? I am always buying a kitschy novel (this year I am reading this one) … and I read the 24 stories of Schnüpperle. Schnüpperle is a little boy who cannot await X-Mas eve. He and his older sister Annerose are having every day a new
Gender Determinism1,2 is a topic that was not only very present in the media during the last couple of months but also a big field for discussions in my circle of friends. Moreover, I recently read two interesting posts1,2 about the question of how much toys are actually good for a child (Less than most