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CHILDREN’S BOOKS / YUGOSLAV BOOK DESIGN / BOOK ILLUSTRATION: Pol za šalo pol za res [Half Jokingly, Half Seriously]

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A charming book with poetry for children was designed and illustrated by a Slovenian architect Ana Nuša Jontez, the wife of one of the most prolific Yugoslav architects of the 20th century, Edo Mihevc.

 

8°. 81 pp., with black and white colour illustrations, [2 pp.], original illustrated colour wrappers with flaps (wrappers with minor foxing on the inner side, very light age-toning and minor wear to the corners on the outer side, otherwise in a good condition).

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A charming booklet, written by a Slovenian author Jože Šmit (1922 –2004) issued in Koper, includes riddles and calendar in poems for children.

The simple, high-quality illustrations, were made by a Slovenian female architect Ana Nuša Jontez Mihevc, who was active as an illustrator after the war. Jontez was also known as a wife of one of the most famous Slovenian / Yugoslav architects of the 20th century Edo Mihevc (1911– 1985).

Worldcat only lists one example outside Slovenian libraries (Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin).

References: OLCL 439482897, 837073679.

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