The first in a highly collectable series of picture books about Superdog, a deceptively simple four-footed philosopher!
A little butterfly passes Superdog, and comments that he is still attached to his post.
“Look at me,” says Butterfly. “I am as free as air, and I can see everything, even upside down.”
But Superdog is very inventive, and he manages to turn all the way upside down too, even though he is tied up – and he can see... well, nearly everything. He is concentrating so hard on his acrobatics that he doesn’t spot the butterfly fluttering off.
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Raphael Thierry is French. He normally lives in Paris, where he divides his time between creating children's books, graphic design and painting. However, he has recently won a prestigious grant from the French Ministry of Culture to work at the Academie de France in Rome.Review:
"'Raphael Thierry is a minimalist when it comes to pictures and words but his stories are full of poetry, wit and humour.' L'Echo 'This atypical collection of children's books is very personal, with endearing pictures, and created with great sensibility.' Parents 'Thierry has an eye that's wide awake to life with all its humour, fantasy and poetry.' Pariscope"
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Book Description Andersen Press Ltd 2005, 2005. Book Condition: New. New first edition paperback. May show some slight shelf wear but content fine and unread Children's Books. Bookseller Inventory # A126588
Book Description Andersen Press, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1842704494