It's a rainy day in Uncle Oscar's house. What are Jack and Molly going to do?
Explore the alphabet through the world of chairs, of course!
A is for Ant . . . designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1952
B is for Ball . . . designed by Eero Aarnio in 1963
C is for Coconut . . . designed by George Nelson in 1955
A lovely collaboration between a traditional book on the alphabet and a guide to the world's iconic chairs, written by a Scandinavian furniture expert and designed by a leading British illustrator (also nuts about chairs), Uncle Oscar's Chairs is the children's book you'll find in design stores, or the design book you'll find in the children's section of the bookshop.
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|Author(s)||Frost, Magnus Englund and Daniel|