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The Snowman Pull-Out Pop-Up Book (Anglais) Relié – 4 septembre 2014

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A beautiful gift book featuring original artwork from Raymond Briggs's The SnowmanA boy built a Snowman and the Snowman came to life . . .This pull-out pop-up book is the perfect gift for fans of The Snowman, young and old and features the beautiful artwork from Raymond Briggs's classic picture book.Raymond Briggs is one of our most respected and beloved artists. Born in Wimbledon in 1934, he studied at the Slade School of Fine Art and went on to produce a treasure trove of work. He has created characters that are now icons for generations of children, including Fungus the Bogeyman, Father Christmas and, of course, the beloved Snowman. His original Mother Goose was published in 1966, it won the prestigious Kate Greenaway Award in 1967 and is now back in print over 40 years later.Raymond lives in Sussex.Look out for Raymond Briggs's original classic, The Snowman as well as the new picture book The Snowman and the Snowdog!

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Raymond Briggs is one of the foremost creators of illustrated books for adults and children, including the unforgettable The Snowman and Father Christmas.THE BASICSBorn: Wimbledon Park, January 18th 1934*Jobs: Artist, WriterLives: SussexFirst Book for Children: The Strange House, 1961*Raymond shares his birthday with A A Milne and Arthur RansomeTHE BOOKSRaymond Briggs' parents have proved an important source of inspiration to the author/artist. His father was a milkman; his mother a former lady's maid. Raymond's unique characterisation of Father Christmas is based on his father - "Father Christmas and the milkman both have wretched jobs: working in the cold, wet and dark." His parents also influenced the character of Jim and Hilda, the victims of nuclear fall-out, in When The Wind Blows.Raymond left school aged 15 to study painting at Wimbledon School of Art. After completing a typography course at the Central School of Art, and two years of National Service, Raymond went on to the Slade School to study painting. His first work was in advertising, but before long he was winning acclaim as a children's book illustrator as well as teaching illustration at Brighton College of Art.Raymond was awarded the Kate Greenaway Medal in 1966 for his fourth picture book, The Mother Goose Treasury, and again in 1973 for Father Christmas. Published in 1978, The Snowman is perhaps Raymond's best-loved creation. He says that the book was partly inspired by its predecessor, Fungus The Bogeyman - "For two years I worked on Fungus, buried amongst muck, slime and words, so... I wanted to do something which was clean, pleasant, fresh and wordless and quick."WHAT HE SAYS..."The essence of being able to draw from memory (is) to be a mini actor. If the figure is to walk jauntily with its nose in the air, you have to imagine what that feels like.""I once kept a record of the time it took to do two pages. Pencilling - 20 hours, inking - 18 hours, colouring - 25 hours. And all that's after months of getting ideas, writing and planning.""People often ask about the technique in (The Snowman)... it is done entirely with pencil crayons, with no line in pen or pencil and no washes of ink or watercolour.""Most of my ideas seem to be based on a simple premise: let's assume that something imaginary - a snowman, a Bogeyman, a Father Christmas - is wholly real and then proceed logically from there.""In Fungus the Bogeyman I wanted to show the petty nastiness of life - slime and snot and spit and dandruff, all this awful stuff which is slightly funny because it detracts from human dignity and our pretensions."WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT RAYMOND BRIGGS..."In different ways Briggs has revolutionised the art of telling stories with pictures." Twentieth Century Children's Writers"One of our foremost illustrators." Art Quarterly"A picture book artist of unparalleled inventiveness." Books For Your Children"The man who did for snowmen what Disney did for mice." TES"Briggs does not write down to children." Daily Express"It's a measure of Briggs' skill as a writer that he manages to balance (a) sense of loss with positive elements such as love, excitement and happiness." Kids Out"Raymond Briggs touches some very human level that everyone can relate to." Yorkshire Post"(Jim and the Beanstalk) is well on the way to becoming a children's classic." Nursery World"The Mother Goose Treasury is one of the best rhyme books ever published - no home or school should be without a copy." The Scotsman"The Snowman has become part of our traditional Christmas culture." JuniorAWARDSThe Kate Greenaway Medal 1966 for The Mother Goose TreasuryThe Kate Greenaway Medal 19734 for Father ChristmasBoston Globe-Horn Book Award 1979Victoria & Albert Museum Francis Williams Prize 1982 for The SnowmanChildren's Rights Workshop Other Award 1982Kurt Maschler Award 1992 for The ManChildren's Author of the Year 1992Illustrated Book of the Year 1998 for Ethel and ErnestSilver Pen Award, Holland 1979

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