Author(s): Paul Thurlby
An incredibly stylish alphabet book - perfect for children and adults alike.See the sights of New York as never before - through the eyes of award-winning illustrator Paul Thurlby. Join him as he visits the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, the Empire State Building, Brooklyn Bridge, Times Square and the Yankee Stadium, as well as discovering some lesser known gems. This unique book is packed to bursting with the sights, sounds and smells of the 'Big Apple'!Beautiful and covetable, this book deserves a place on every coffee table - as well as in every nursery.Praise for Numbers: 'Stunning collection.' Guardian'Paul Thurlby's prints are so ludicrously beautiful that I am seriously tempted to blow the budget, order the whole lot and paper a wall with them.' India Knight, journalist and author
Fabulously presented with stylised drawings on deliciously matt, heavy duty paper. It would make an excellent coffee table book -- appealing equally to an adult audience as well as to a child's * School Librarian * It's time to take a mini break to the Big Apple in the latest uber-cool offering from Paul Thurlby * WRD About Books * Beautiful and covetable, this book deserves a place on every coffee table, as well as in every nursery * Aldershot News & Mail * It's one for Christmas, although there is no need to wait that long. Neither is there any need to possess a child, because you will want this book for yourself * Bookwitch * A fabulous travel guide to New York, masquerading as an alphabet book...It's by no means limited to pre-schoolers, and has a timeless quality that means you'll want to keep it around for years to come * The Bookbag * This is a superb series, one that gives the reader a real insight into cities... A book which will appeal to all ages - an ideal coffee table book and a perfect gift * Parents In Touch *
Paul Thurlby has been a full-time illustrator since 2006. He has worked in advertising, editorial and T-shirt design, as well as publishing. His first book, Alphabet, won the BolognaRagazzi Opera Prima award in 2013. His inspiration comes from mid-century design and illustration. His style is retro-modern, with retro aesthetics and modern subject matter.