Follow the continuous line and seek and find 70 hidden items!
After Inside the Museum Mazes, Luisa Vera has created another eye-catching lift-the-flap book for little artists. A tribute to one the most famous drawing techniques of the 20th century!
As its title suggests, Luisa uses the continuous line to show the path of a pencil stroke from morning to bedtime. With this drawing technique, a single line remains unbroken from beginning to end while the drawing tool stays in uninterrupted contact with the surface of the paper during the entire length of the book.
Following the pencil stroke, little artists can seek and find 10 items in every spread: from toys and animals to space ships and family members.
By way of epilogue, readers will also find some short information about the artists who inspired the author to create this arty story: Paul Klee and Saul Steinberg.
And for the impatient, an answer key to the 70 items is included at the end of the book.
With this Line
by Luisa Vera
29 × 25 cm | 36 pp | Hardcover with flaps | Ages 4+
Publication: September 2022
LUISA VERA, your museum guide
was born in Elda, Alicante. In 1985, she finished the Fine Arts career in Valencia and went to New York where she attended the School of Visual Arts.
Since 1990, she has dedicated herself professionally to illustration.
Her works have been featured in the “The New York Times,” “The Chicago Tribune,” “The Dallas Morning News,” “The Wall Street Journal,” “The International Herald Tribune,” “The Vanguard” or “El País”, and her characters have worn their best clothes on book covers, posters, catalogs, children’s stories and exhibitions.
Since 2002 she lives in Barcelona.