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by Pierre. Le-Tan

ePub The Afternoon Cat download
Author:
Pierre. Le-Tan
ISBN13:
978-0394930954
ISBN:
0394930959
Publisher:
Random Library (January 1977)
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1783 kb
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1679 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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465

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The Afternoon Cat book. Refusing to eat sea-urchin soup, Timothy is sent to his room, where he begins an adventure with a talking cat. Get A Copy.

The afternoon cat. By. Get weekly book recommendations . But the fantasy would be stronger without the little fancies and one-liners (sea urchin soup, a Portrait of the Cat as a Young Cat).

But the fantasy would be stronger without the little fancies and one-liners (sea urchin soup, a Portrait of the Cat as a Young Cat). Pub Date: Oct. 24th, 1977.

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Le-Tan’s work was exhibited at galleries around the world; in 2004, it was the subject of a retrospective at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid. He made covers for books by writers like the Nobel Prize-winning novelist Patrick Modiano. And he wrote and illustrated his own books, including Les Aventures de Ralph & Wulfran (2012), on which he collaborated with the illustrator Emmanuel Pierre. He also collaborated with his children. Pierre flipped his surname to make it Le-Tan because he thought that sounded more Western. He grew up immersed in art.

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Pierre Le Tan’s illustrations instantly put a smile on my face. With such an intriguing cover think I might have to get myself a copy of The Afternoon Cat. I especially love the covers he illustrated throughout the 70’s for The New Yorker. His images often make an appearance as prints for his daughter Olympia Le Tan’s collections. I would love to own the above New Yorker cover in bag form!! With such an intriguing cover think I might have to get myself a copy of The Afternoon Cat.

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Refusing to eat sea-urchin soup, Timothy is sent to his room, where he begins an adventure with a talking cat.
  • This book may seem a little strange to children nowadays, but I read it as a child and looooved it. Over the years it got misplaced so I decided to replace it! Very cute and worth it !

  • I only review the very-terrible or the very-great. Happily, this book is of the latter group. I am not great at reviewing books, so bear with me here. The storyline is pretty simple- a boy is checking out all the windows in the apartment building across the way, and he sees the cat in different situations with different tenants of the building. This book reminds me of weird, off-beat books that I had as a kid (eg Tomi Ungerer, "Suzuki Beane"). There is an illustration of the cat with a cig in his mouth, so if your dad did not work on cars with a cigarette clamped in his jaw, grunting replies at gabby people, or if you are easily shocked/offended by the French, do not buy this book. My seven-year-old daughter loves it, and I am glad that she is being exposed to avant-gardism. Yeah, yeah, so "Village" of me, but I want her to experience everything in life. Refreshing in comparison with today's "I gotta have Scholastic books for my progeny" mindset.