The Night Watchman is being touted as a new modern children’s classic and it’s easy to see why. The pairing of Jeremie Fischer’s stunning illustrations in vibrant Pantone colours and Jean-Baptiste Labrune’s haunting text (translated from the French here by David Henry Wilson) conjure something that stays in the mind well after the pages have been turned.
The tale is one of a city under curfew and the Night Watchman that patrols after dark, protecting the town from intruders… that is until now. This book feels like a Giorgio De Chirico painting come to life… in a dream.
Published under the ever impressive Little Gestalten imprint, this gorgeously printed hardback book is one to treasure.
228 x 172 mm
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