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Prince in a Pastry Shop

Amazing illustrations carry the characters from the pastry shop into a new dimension: the borderline between walking and sleeping.
The book is a masterwork, a piece of art.

£ 19.90

Format: 140 x 325 mm
Hardcover
92 pages
Leporello 6.5 metres long
First edition: 2013

Recommended Age: Any

Out of stock

Product Description

Amazing illustrations carry the characters from the pastry shop into a new dimension: the borderline between walking and sleeping.
The book is a masterwork, a piece of art.

A pair of brilliant characters, a pinch of humour and a charm of style – Marek Bieńczyk, the winner of Nike, the most important and esteemed literature award in Poland – serves us a seemingly facetious tale on happiness. „Happiness is nothing but trouble”, says Not-So-Little Prince, producing numerous reasons for the elusiveness of happiness. For his interlocutor, Prickly Pear, happiness has the taste of pastries, pralines or the apple strudel.

Amazing illustrations carry the characters from the pastry shop into a new dimension: the borderline between walking and sleeping.
The book is a masterwork, a piece of art.

Awards:
Grand Prix “The Best Book of the Year 2013” for graphic design by the Polish Section of IBBY