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What Can I Be?

Ann Rand, Ingrid King

$17.95

     7 × 9.5 in (17.8 × 24.1 cm)
Hardcover
32 pages
16 color illustrations
Publication date: 04/26/2016
ISBN: 9781616894726


Unearthed after nearly forty years, What Can I Be?, a stunning concept book written by Ann Rand and illustrated by Ingrid King, is sure to delight children with its superb graphics snd vivid palette. "What can I be?" A green triangle asks to become a tent, a kite, a Christmas tree, or the sail of a boat, or why not all of these things? Triangles, squares, circles, lines, and colors spring to life in various and creative formations as they ask, What can I be? A green triangle asks to become a tent, a kite, a Christmas tree, or the sail of a boat, or why not all of these things?


Ann Rand (1918-2007) trained as an architect at IIT, where she studied with Mies van der Rohe. She was the author of several children's books: Little 1, Sparkle and Spin, and I Know a Lot of Things.

Ingrid King is a painter who also trained as an architect. She is a coauthor of A Pattern Language, first published in 1977 and still one of the most influential books on architecture and planning ever published. She lives in Berkeley, California.


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