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Dagmar Urbánková / There Once was a House

Even though Once There Was a House is a tiny book, hidden inside is a whole wide world of the child’s imagination. This little gem of a book is aimed at children who have started learning to read and like have something of a secret in on of their pockets, while the adults will appreciate it for its inspiration with a traditional folk nursery rhyme as well as contemporary fairytale writing.
Book was published in France (Thierry Magnier ed.) and Spain (Kokinos).

Dagmar Urbánková, actress and artist, proves once again how well she understands the child's world.

140x120 | 30 pages | 2004 | Baohemia | buy now

BAOBAB Publishers is small, family-owned publishing house specializing on quality children's books. Since its establishment at the break of the millennia, BAOBAB has done its utmost to restore the pictorial book culture in the Czech Republic, namely by cooperating with a score of like-minded authors, i.e. story-tellers and illustrators, scouting and supporting young talents, contributing to the development of children's author books phenomenon, mapping the European literary scene of children´s books as well as acquainting Czech reading public with the most interesting illustrators of the 20th and 21st centuries. Besides publishing and promoting activities, BAOBAB is the initiator and organizer of numerous book culture events, of which the most important the yearly Tabook Festival holding place in late September and early October in Tábor, Czech Republic (www.tabook.cz). BAOBAB Publishers cooperate closely with the Miroslav Šašek Foundation, Prague's Academy of Arts & Design (UMPRUM), Tábor's Baobab Book Shop & Gallery and Xaoxax Gallery in Prague's Vršovice District.