Miffy learns all about art in this classic picture book by Dick Bruna. Father Bunny thinks that Miffy is too small to go to an art gallery, but she persuades him to let her come along with him and Mother Bunny. Miffy sees paintings, a mobile and even a stone statue, which is all very exciting. Miffy soon decides that she wants to be an artist when she grows up. Miffy is among the most iconic of all classic children's characters. Dick Bruna's most popular creation was first conceived in 1955 and since then his books have gone on to sell more than 80 million copies in 40 different languages. In this hardback storybook a whole new generation of readers are able to fall in love with the little white bunny.
This is Book 11 in the Miffy - Classic Series. See all Miffy - Classic books here.
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Dick Bruna was born in 1927 in Utrecht, Holland. Dick comes from a family of publishers who under the name of 'A.W. Bruna and Son' started to print books in 1868. While on holiday in 1955, Dick began to tell his son stories about a little white rabbit who lived in the garden of their holiday home and this little rabbit soon became known to the world as MiffyMore about Dick Bruna