Is everything Bauhaus?
Ingolf Kern, Werner Möller (authors), Kitty Kahane (illustrator)
Mia and Lucas Rosenstein are excited to have been invited to their grandfather's birthday celebration in Chicago. While exploring his apartment, the kids discover an old suitcase full of peculiar articles. For each individual item, their grandfather shares another interesting story - with each one tying into the Rosenstein family history as well. All of them are part of the fascinating world of Bauhaus. Mia and Lucas's interest is sparked and together, they decide to visit the major Bauhaus sites of their home country. With this delightfully illustrated book, kids and adults alike will not only encounter Germany's historic Bauhaus locations, they'll also be able to grasp the idea behind the movement.
release date: September 23rd 2019
Book Launch & Workshop 20.10.19 | Frankfurt/M
Together with the German Architecture Museum and publisher Hanser Verlag, we invite you to a presentation of the children’s book ‘Is Everything Bauhaus?’ on Sunday 20 October. The authors Ingolf Kern and Werner Möller will read from the book, and to accompany it they’ll show the film ‘Wie wohnen alte Leute’ (How do old people live?), by Ella Bergmann-Michel. Afterwards, visitors of all ages are invited to the workshop ‘My new Bauhaus!’ with Glummie Riday.
Admission is free.
Talk with Kitty Kahane 19.10.19 | Frankfurt/M
At the Frankfurt Book Fair, the illustrator of our children’s book ‘Is Everything Bauhaus?’, Kitty Kahane, will talk about her work and answer questions from the audience. You’ll find us at the Arte stand, stand D14 in Hall 4.1, at 3 pm.
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