The Game of Shadows

Written by Hervé Tullet
The Game of Shadows
by Hervé Tullet
(Phaidon Press, 2013)
  • There’s a noise in the garden. Who could that be? Creatures hidden in the bushes? A lost wolf? Let’s go and see!
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  • In the dark, grab a torch and help amazing and mysterious shadows come to life.
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  • Part of a bright and lively series of board books that work like a game from best-selling illustrator, Hervé Tullet.
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  • Series Review:
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'Beautiful illustrations, interactive cut-outs, and “magic lines” make titles such as The Game of Light, The Game of Patterns, and The Game of Mix-Up Art, the perfect way to encourage seat-bound kids to think creatively – and independently! – for hours on end.' - Citibabes

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