DOWN IN THE GARDEN by Anne Geddes

DOWN IN THE GARDEN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

 Australian photographer Geddes (The Twelve Days of Christmas, 1995) is well known for her, well, strange pictures of babies. Now she sets the tots Down In The Garden ($49.95; Sept. 15, 1996; 160 pages; ISBN 1-55912-017-7). In full-page color photos (even some gatefolds), we see babies as pea pods, babies in cocoons, one newborn with butterfly wings resting on a mushroom, babies in flowerpots with bouquets on their heads. Mostly, all you see of them are their baby faces: with happy, isn't-this-a-riot expressions; astonished, how-did-I-get-in-here expressions; and, occasionally, perplexed, how-do-I-get-out-of-here expressions. A sweet bouquet of babies. (First printing of 150,000; author tour)

Pub Date: Sept. 15th, 1996
ISBN: 1-55912-017-7
Page count: 160pp
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 1st, 1996




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