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Pe­tu­nia Ol­li­ster rac­con­ta di li­bri sui so­cial, scri­ve di ci­bo su ea­tit­mi­la­no.it e del­la sua an­glo­fol­lia su the­bri­tish­mug.it. Il pro­get­to #boo­k­break­fa­st (un po­st con un li­bro e una co­la­zio­ne al gior­no) è un ori­gi­na­le in­vi­to al­la let­tu­ra ed è na­to da uno scat­to ca­sua­le: “Ave­vo sul ta­vo­lo un li­bro di Lau­ren Hom, designer che rac­co­glie sul blog ‘Daily Di­sho­ne­sty’ art­works iro­ni­ci sul­le piccole bu­gie quotidiane. Pane al lie­vi­to ma­dre, bur­ro e mar­mel­la­ta. E la taz­za del caf­fè era del­lo stes­so colore del­la co­per­ti­na. Il ri­sul­ta­to mi ha mes­so di buo­nu­mo­re’’. Pe­tu­nia ha crea­to per noi due scat­ti, pen­sa­ti per i bam­bi­ni. “Gli au­to­ri del­la mia in­fan­zia? Cal­vi­no e Ro­da­ri. Pen­so che per in­vo­glia­re i bam­bi­ni al­la let­tu­ra si deb­ba met­te­re lo­ro in ma­no i li­bri fin da pic­co­lis­si­mi,per col­ma­re quel­la dif­fi­den­za che si crea quan­do non so­no og­get­ti quo­ti­dia­ni. Sa­reb­be mol­to bel­lo se in ospe­da­le, al­la nascita di ogni bam­bi­no, ve­nis­se re­ga­la­to un li­bro ai ge­ni­to­ri’’.

etu­nia Ol­li­ster talks about books on so­cial net­works, wri­tes about food at ea­tit­mi­la­no.it and about her lo­ve of

Pe­ve­ry­thing Bri­ti­sh at the­bri­tish­mug.it. The #boo­k­break­fa­st project (a po­st with a book and breakfast ea­ch day) is an ori­gi­nal in­vi­ta­tion for rea­ding that ca­me about from a can­did shot: “I had a book on the ta­ble by Lau­ren Hom, a designer who pre­sen­ts iro­nic art­work on her ‘Daily Di­sho­ne­sty’ blog about lit­tle eve­ry­day lies. The­re was bread, but­ter and jam. And the coffee cup was the sa­me co­lor of the book cover.The re­sult chee­red me up”. Pe­tu­nia crea­ted two sho­ts for us, de­si­gned for chil­dren. “Cal­vi­no and Ro­da­ri we­re the au­thors of my chil­d­hood. To en­cou­ra­ge chil­dren to read, you have to gi­ve them books when they’re ve­ry young to over­co­me that dif­fi­den­ce crea­ted when books are not eve­ry­day ob­jec­ts. It would be lo­ve­ly if ho­spi­tals ga­ve pa­ren­ts a book when their chil­dren we­re born”.

Pe­tu­nia Ol­li­ster’s #boo­k­break­fa­st is all about the plea­su­re of rea­ding

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le #boo­k­break­fa­st di pe­tu­nia Ol­li­ster rac­con­ta­no il pia­ce­re del­la let­tu­ra

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