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Saturday, 31 December 2011

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deborah

love your blog today!!! what an interesting connection between those 2!!

Isabelle Bryer

I know Deb, I was really surprised myself, it seemed like such an unlikely connection. Funny how we live in a small world.

art by katy

Thanks for introducing me to this artist! I can see these books may have inspired your own children's portraits career too.

Isabelle Bryer

Yes Katy, I think it might have. We'll never know exactly what subconsciously shapes our taste as artists. I am always wondering how kids growing up today with so much images and information will manage to be the artists of tomorrow.

corine

hmmm what happened to Martine fait caca?

Isabelle Bryer

Corine, ceux la sont de faux albums de Martine crees par des petits malins qui ne respectent rien! ;)

Lali

Oh, I had a few of this too, and I was in love with them. This really brings back some nice memories. In our country Martine was called Marinka :-) but this kind of books were considered as trashy, so it was impossible to get it in the library...I had luck, cos I got my little treasures from someone who's children overgrow it...

Isabelle Bryer

Marinka is a good name, I like it! so these books were considered trashy? I know they are not literature but they were great books to get girls into reading, what else did they want you to read at 7? thanks for sharing Lali :)

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