The Shape Game

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Doubleday, 2003 - Art - 25 pages
'It was Mum's idea to go to the gallery. Dad and George were missing an important match on telly. I thought it might be boring. It looked very posh and we felt a bit nervous. But when we started looking at the pictures, some of them weren't bad. In fact, some were quite funny... some made you look at them again and again... and some were really frightening! It was a day that changed my life forever.'

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Children who respond to fine art with indifference may change their tunes in the wake of this decidedly un-boring family outing to the galleries of London's Tate Britain. In Browne's hands, it's a ... Read full review

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A man remembers back to his mother's birthday when, wanting to do something new, she decides to take the family to the museum. The boy, and his brother George, are sure they will be bored, despite his ... Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Anthony Browne is the acclaimed author and illustrator of such prize-winning bestsellers as Gorilla; Willy the Wimp; and Zoo (winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal). Voices in the Park won the 1998 Kurt Maschler Award. Anthony also won the Hans Christian Andersen Award for Illustration, 2000.

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