Yok-Yok What a Circus! book. Come along and be entertained by this delightful series of twelve books by Etienne Delessert.
Yok-Yok What a Circus! book. The unforgettable character of Yok-Yok has taken millions of young. Each book contains four brief storylines followed by fascinating factual information. Colorful, lighthearted and amusing, the Yok-Yok series makes learning a lot of fun! Get A Copy.
Series: Yok-Yok Series. Library Binding: 32 pages. Publisher: Creative Co (August 1, 1994).
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What A Circus! pulls from . Yok-Yok is getting a major relaunch in Europe after 30 years, with the 12 original books being brought back into print.
What A Circus! pulls from his career of over three decades that features more than 80 publishe. I love the idea that a character that I created could go from China to Iran. Delessert’s work on Yok-Yok is a reflection of his feeling that children’s books should challenge children and expand their worlds, rather than coddle their existence or strictly teach them.
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Yok-Yok is the title of a children's TV animation created by Swiss/American illustrator Étienne Delessert for the Swiss Television
Yok-Yok is the title of a children's TV animation created by Swiss/American illustrator Étienne Delessert for the Swiss Television. A series of comic strip books was adapted from the films and published by Éditions Gallimard Jeunesse in 1979, followed by an anthology of Yok-Yok stories in 1981. A new series of Yok-Yok books in English was published by Creative Education (Mankato MN) in 1993.
It is all surreal, and Delessert is a master of visual absurdity. The three clowns, named for Franz Kafka, Samuel Beckett and Eugene Ionesco, sport their namesakes’ signatures: Franz is turning into a cockroach, and Eugene wears a rhinoceros’ horn.
tienne Delessert (born 4 January 1941 in Lausanne) is a self-taught Swiss graphic artist and illustrator. He is largely known for his animated series Yok-Yok and his collaboration with Eugène Ionesco, Stories 1,2,3,4, as well as his work with child. He is largely known for his animated series Yok-Yok and his collaboration with Eugène Ionesco, Stories 1,2,3,4, as well as his work with child psychologist Jean Piaget. His work focuses on expanding the child's mind through the use of strange stories often designed to make children ask questions. He considers himself first and foremost a story teller.
Author: Etienne Delessert
Category: Books for children
Subcategory: Action & Adventure
Publisher: Amer Education Pub (August 1, 1994)
Pages: 32 pages
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