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CREAT ED Charley Harper Collection


Charley Harper was an American Modernist artist, best known for his graphically bold, stylised and beautiful wildlife prints, posters and illustrations. His unique and precise images of animals, birds and insects have been made into classic card games and puzzles, allowing kids to identify letters, words, numbers and images through oversized fl ash cards, memory games, large fl oor puzzles, colouring books and building blocks. For example, the ABCs and 123s board books introduce Charley’s iconic work to children and grown-ups alike. Let the pictures speak for themselves . . . !


Published by Ammo Books: www.ammobooks.com


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Published by Mogzilla, ISBN: 9781906132033 P.27


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