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VOGUE Bambini - - NOW KIDS -

I bam­bi­ni di­co­no co­se buf­fe, ve­re, sor­pren­den­ti. Mar­tin Bruc­k­ner, aka spaghettitoesdad, pa­pà-ar­ti­sta, ha tra­sfor­ma­to in di­se­gni le fra­si della fi­glia Har­per. Il ri­sul­ta­to? Un con­cen­tra­to di ‘poe­sia in­vo­lon­ta­ria’ che è di­ven­ta­to an­che un libro, ‘I lo­ve you wi­th all my butt!’, pub­bli­ca­to da Work­man Pu­bli­shing.

Kids say the fun­nie­st, real, ama­zing things. Mar­tin Bruc­k­ner, a.k.a. spaghettitoesdad, a fa­ther and an ar­ti­st, has tur­ned what his daughter Har­per says in­to il­lu­stra­tions. The re­sult is a con­cen­tra­tion of ‘in­vo­lun­ta­ry poe­try’ re­cen­tly col­lec­ted al­so in a book, ‘I Lo­ve You Wi­th All My Butt!’, pu­bli­shed by Work­man Pu­bli­shing.

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