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The author of the book: Rébecca Dautremer
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Date of issue: 2012
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So you see I do not only read "fancy" books, this was a book that seemed to follow me for a while. I saw it first months ago, when, because of a project at work, I had to design a small theatre made out of paper or cardboard, and I thought it was interesting I found this in the bookshop. Of course, it was closed, so I could not see how it was on the inside and so I couldn't know if it would be useful for what I needed to do. And since it was very expensive, I didn't buy it.
Then I went to another bookshop and asked about it. It was sold out, and when I asked the guy how the book was on the inside he gave me a very strange explanation.
So now, for the new year, when we went to our annual book buying session and we found it, cheaper than ever (but still quite expensive, I must confess), I felt it was a sign of fate and bought it.
I must say it is not a normal book. Starting with the fact that it is a book "for children" (although I think a child would destroy it in two seconds). It doesn't tell a story either, it is more like a recompilation of characters from other books the author has made. Rebecca Dautremer, in case you are like me and had never heard of her, is more an illustrator than an author. She makes a lot of those books that, at least to me, seem so appealing in bookshops with amazing drawings and illustrations.
The book not only compiles some of her characters and a couple of phrases from the stories they belong to, but instead of just drawing the characters, they are… cut into the paper? I'm not sure if this is the best way to explain it. It is as if the book had a great hole in the middle. And the characters were the only thing in each page: the only paper left in the hole is the character. Well… I don't know, you would have to see it to understand with clarity. What I can say is that they are amazing. Not only the drawings, but the detail with which they are cut, and the compositions made when you see one page on top of the others…
As I have mentioned before, books bring beauty into the world, and this is proof that they don't necessarily do it through words. It seems a book with 80 sentences and 80 pages shouldn't take that long to read, but this one does, because you could spend hours looking at each drawing.
But, I do not recommend it for children: everything is too delicate for a child not to destroy…
Besides that, it left me with a great desire to read the histories and stories all these characters come from...
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Rébecca Dautremer was born in 1971 in Gap in the South of France (Hautes Alpes). She attended classes in the ENSAD of Paris and got a degree in graphic edition in 1995. She afterwards became a graphic editor and illustrator. A few years ago, she started to write books of her own. Now living in Paris with her husband Taï-Marc Lethanh and their three children, she also works for the press for children (Milan-Presse and Fleurus-Presse), school publishers, and in advertising.
Her picture books are very poetic, with a hint of humour. Inspired by fairy tales, she offers new and more entertaining stories, featuring Babayaga, an ogress, a funny Cyrano, and weird princesses like P?tsec and Quart de Lune. Rébecca's recipe is : warm colours and precise drawings. Her books are a real success for children between 3 and 11 years old. L'Amoureux, a story she wrote herself, is a moving tale about love and children, that was recently adapted for the stage and performed by children. It was awarded the "Prix Sorcière" (Witch Prize) in 2003.
A selected bibliography
- Cyrano, Taï-Marc Lethanh (author), Rébecca Dautremer (illustrator) (2005)
- Babayaga, Taï-Marc Lethanh (author), Rébecca Dautremer (illustrator)
- Le Ciel n'en fait qu'à sa tête, Jean-Luc Moreau (author), Rébecca Dautremer (illustrator) (2005)
- Lily la licorne, Christian Ponchon (author), Rébecca Dautremer (illustrator) (2005)
- Le géant aux oiseaux, Ghislaine Biondi (author), Rébecca Dautremer (illustrator) (2005)
- Les deux mamans de Petirou, Jean de Monléon (author), Rébecca Dautremer (illustrator) (2005)
- Les Princesses, Philippe Lechermeier (author), Rébecca Dautremer (illustrator) (2004)
- L'amoureux, Rébecca Dautremer (author, illustrator) (2003)
Flammarion - Père Castor:
- Nasreddine, Odile Weulersse (author), Rébecca Dautremer (illustrator) (2005)
- Sentimento, Carl Norac (author), Rébecca Dautremer (illustrator) (2005)
- Lili la libellule, Florence Jenner-Metz (author), Rébecca Dautremer (illustrator) (2004)
- Le livre qui vole, Pierre Laury (author), Rébecca Dautremer (illustrator) (2003)
- Je suis petite, mais mon arbre est grand, Christine Beigel (author), Rébecca Dautremer (illustrator) (2003)
- Les fables de la Fontaine, Jean de la Fontaine (author), Rébecca Dautremer (illustrator) (2001)
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