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Bom Dia Kinder is about children books made by artists. The first one is this coloring book by Dr. Lakra

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Die drei Räuber überfallen Kutschen und berauben die Reisenden. Wirklich sehr bös. Aber als sie eines Tages auf das kleine Waisenmädchen Tiffany treffen, suchen sie gleich nach anderen unglücklichen Kindern, für die sie ein prächtiges Schloss kaufen und schließlich eine ganze Stadt gründen.

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This is the fifth book in the historic series created for children by Munari in 1945. Alfonso, the thoroughly likeable green magician, disappears and reappears in trunks and boxes. At the end he finally manages to play his violin in peace.

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This book is one of the reprints of the exceptional books for children created by Munari in ’45, which are still as fresh and new as ever. Toc toc is perhaps the best known and most representative of the series. As with the other books, Munari plays with an essentially visual story full of expectations and surprises created using the simplest of devices. Toc toc (knock knock) … and a door opens.

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When it gets dark, it's time to go to bed for everyone. But where do all the animals go find a shelter? Good night to everyone is one of the eight books of the historic 1945 series by Munari. He devised these lively books/albums for children using large pictures, pages and inserts of different sizes and varying holes to arouse the curiosity of the observer and let him literaly hang at each page.

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Where did the colorful balls disappeared? And the rabbit? And the three of Hearts? Together with other eight albums, The yellow conjurer is part of the historic 1945 series created by Munari. He devised these lively books/albums for children using large pictures, pages and inserts of different sizes and varying holes to arouse the curiosity of the observer and let the reader literally hang at each page.

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How happened that Chì, Chià and Chiò ended up in a cage? Munari tells a story that will make us desire to open all those cages and make these little birds free again. A tale of three little birds is one of the eight books of the historic 1945 series. Munari devised these lively albums for children using large pictures, pages and inserts of different sizes and varying holes to arouse the curiosity of the observer and let him litteraly hang at each page.

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The "Swing" can be either a book, a game, or an entertaining strip to hang up. The concertina-fold pages are full of black and brown stylised animals that chase one another, overlap, leap with their “heavy bodies” onto the ends of the simplest of swings trying to keep their balance. A brightly coloured red and green cover envelops cumbersome elephants, sinuous snakes, and statuesque kangaroos. The book does not have words and speaks conceptually to children of quantity, shapes, weight, and balance. The first ideas for this book (the limited edition) date from 1961.

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Everybody knows who is Little Red Riding Hood, but perhaps nobody knows the story of Little Green Riding Hood, Little Yellow Riding Hood and Little White Riding Hood, sent by their mother to take their grandmother a basket full of green, yellow, white eatings. The black wolf is waiting for them in the wood, in the traffic jam, in the snow... will it manage to capture them? With those tales, published for the first time in the historical Einaudi series "Tantibambini", the main character is a colour, protagonist in drawings, text, characters. Bruno Munari played with traditional fairy tales and widened its horizons, creating new characters and stories. The Munari's "Little Riding Hoods" come back now as singular books, according to the original project.

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Everybody knows who is Little Red Riding Hood, but perhaps anybody doesn't know the story of Little Green Riding Hood, Little Yellow Riding Hood and Little White Riding Hood, sent by their mother to take their grandmother a basket full of green, yellow, white eatings. The black wolf is waiting for them in the wood, in the traffic jam, in the snow... will it manage to capture them? With those tales, published for the first time in the historical Einaudi series "Tantibambini", the main character is a colour, protagonist in drawings, text, characters. Bruno Munari played with traditional fairy tales and widened its horizons, creating new characters and stories. The Munari's "Little Riding Hoods" come back now as singular books, according to the original project.

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A very unusual salesman offers us a series of exotic creatures with odd habits: from a pipe-smoking flamingo to a tipsy armadillo. The finale holds a big surprise!

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10 km. And for everyone a different means of transport and an "unexpected event" that slows down delivery of the present. What’s inside the parcel? Another addition to the series for children, thought up by Bruno Munari in1945 and still amazingly modern!

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The problem with coloring books is that they seem to be more about filling time rather than a page. It’s as if they suggest that there is no negotiation involved in the processes which give shape to things on paper, or the subjects they depict. Shouldn’t geometry, scale and proportion be as wild on paper as they are in the wild? This small book is not about censorship, nor is it explicitly about the colouring-in of vegetables: the full-page figures from Maxwell Tylden Masters’s Vegetable Teratology: An Account of the Principal Deviations from the Usual Construction of Plants (1869) are not bound to botany. As abstract illustrations they function as an exploration into morphological occurrences, rejecting the goal-oriented, the figurative, and the categorical. Following a traditional format, the Vegetable Teratology Colouring Book (edited by Nina Canell & Robin Watkins) attempts to open up a creative bypass, embracing the multitude of forms that may emerge as a pear or plum. Time then to draw out the possible colors of fruit to come. In the publication, Masters’s botanical illustrations have been contextualised by a glossary, image captions, and a short text by Robin Watkins.

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