For his birthday, Pablo receives a chair.
What can he possibly do with a chair?
For his birthday, Pablo receives exactly what he doesn’t want: a chair. Disappointed and angry, he locks himself in his room, determined not to sit on his new chair. But he starts to play around with it and, by the end of the day, becomes a chair acrobat. Pablo sets out into the world, performing in amazing places and drawing great crowds. Eventually, he returns, chair in hand, having learned that the greatest gifts aren’t always the most obvious and often lie in our imagination.
The simple, hand-drawn images; coloured with a brush and ink, give the story a vivid, graphic look and perfectly compliment the story. Take a peek:
Pablo and His Chair is a vibrant, high-design picture book with a gentle message of self-discovery and the power of imagination: a must have for your little one’s library.
Pablo and His Chair by Delphine Perre is out tomorrow. Available from all good bookstores.