Author(s): Dick Bruna
Ever since Dick Bruna first created Miffy in 1955, she has endeared herself to generations of young children and has become one of the best-loved children's characters of all time. In this charming new addition to the Miffy story, Miffy takes inspiration from a visit to a museum and decides to become an artist herself. Looking at the colors and shapes of the world around her, she discovers what fun it can be to make pictures of the things she sees. By the end of the day, her bedroom walls are full of her wonderful artwork.
With lift-up flaps that reveal hidden pictures, this book is the perfect gift for a budding artist
Praise for Dick Bruna's Miffy series: 'For millions of children, Dick Bruna's books are the first they will encounter. They don't know how lucky they are, for his stories are a wonderful window on the world; a world of colour and shapes and words, put together in a form that will stay with them for the rest of their lives.' - Michael Bond, author of the Paddington Bear series; 'Miffy is one of the most enduring, influential and best-loved children's book characters of the twentieth century. She is simple, beautiful and timeless.' - Lucy Cousins, award-winning illustrator and creator of Maisy
Dick Bruna was born in Utrecht in 1927. Using clear, bold design and bright colour, he established a design technique that became internationally recognised. His books have been translated into over 40 languages.