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Oct 01, 2017
| ISBN 9789888341436
| 5-7 years
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Oct 01, 2017 | ISBN 9789888341436 | 5-7 years
Everyone has the power to make a work of art come to life Pompon may be a statue of a white bear in a museum, but he has dreams like anyone else does. He yearns to break free and roam the world. Then one day a small boy comes to visit him, and the power of his gaze, his wonder, his love is enough to start a wondrous transformation. Could it be that Pompon just needs a young art lover’s appreciation to journey all over the world? Inspired by the famous sculpture by François Pompon in the Louvre, this is a poetic, touchingly illustrated story that shows the power of imagination to bring art to life.
Originally from France, Géraldine Elschner studied Germanic and Romance languages.She has since translated scores of books from German to French and French to German, as well as writing some of her own stories. She draws inspiration from her three children… More about Géraldine Elschner
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