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After establishing a successful illustration and teaching career in Stockholm, Laura moved to New York City, where she quickly found work with high-end department stores, magazines, and design firms, including The Museum of Modern Art, Bergdorf Goodman, The New Yorker, and Dwell. Her first children's book was published in 2001, and many more have followed. For MoMA's collaboration with Chronicle Books, Laura has designed Art While You Eat placemats and the Play Town cityscape set. Laura's vibrant, modern style has earned her many awards and international acclaim. Laura lives with her husband and daughter in a 100-year old brownstone in Brooklyn, NY. Visit her at www.lauraljungkvist.com.
*Amazon Big Spring Books Baby - Age 2!* "This pleasing book introduces the youngest children to the power of lines to create artistic impressions, and it will appeal equally to parents who crave bright, sophisticated, minimalist graphic design -- the design of any of these pages would look right at home on a throw pillow in a style-conscious living room." - The New York Times "I am just loving using this board book to teach my almost 3-year old about opposites and even some design and math basics as we talk about the infinite possibilities of a simple line." - Coos & Ahhs