Le National Geographic dresse un atlas illustré de la deuxième guerre mondiale afin de permettre une meilleure compréhension de ses divers fronts et des batailles qui ont marqué sa progression.
Enhanced with illustrations from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a simple picture book for preschoolers introduces counting by challenging them to find similar objects on different pages.
From witty road signs to bold painted street bollards, cute cartoons to politically inspired wall paintings, street art is colourful, vibrant, diverse and exciting. Now, you can create your own. Paint your own wall art, create your own billboards or transform road signs into colourful cartoons within the pages of this book. Transform your surroundings and distort street publicity. The Street Art Activity Book is filled with pages of city canvases on which to create your own graffiti masterpieces. Profiles of the most creative street artists in the world provide inspiration and explain how to be inspired by the shapes and colours on the streets and interact with the city surroundings. Discover the greatest graffiti artists transforming the urban landscape and bring your creativity to the street with a stroke of the brush or pencil.
The life of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis was filled with drama, beauty, grace, and style. This pictorial biography features the work of several of "Life's" most famous shooters. It features not only the glorious years of Camelot in Washington, but also Jackie's later life as a dedicated and proud mother to John Jr and Caroline.