I am Blop!


Welcome to the world of Blops! A Blop is a simple shape, somewhere between a flower and a butterfly or between a splodge and a drawing of a little man – above all Blop is whatever you want it to be


Hervé Tullet


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About the book
Blop is a simple shape, somewhere between a flower and a butterfly. I am Blop! is an interactive book for children that takes them on a journey through a world of blops, from blop seasons, to blop animals, and blop colours.

I am Blop! is the perfect book to keep children entertained at play time, parties, and at school. Once children enter the blop world, they start discovering blops every where in their daily lives, from milk stains on the kitchen table, to road markings, and clouds.

I am Blop! is a truly interactive fun that will encourage creativity and learning. It's quite simply, bloptastic!

 


About the author(s)
Hervé Tullet (b.1958) studied Fine Art and worked as an Art Director before joining the advertising industry. In 1994 he published his first book for children and has since become one of the world’s most innovative book makers. Known in France as ‘The Prince of pre-school books’, Tullet takes the concept of reading to a new level, teaching young minds to think imaginatively, independently and creatively.


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