Design Books to Win

Win Five Books Designed for Children from AMMO Books and Little Gestalten

Three winners will each receive a five-book library of beautifully designed children's books from Gestalten (Little Gestalten) and AMMO Books

November 12, 2014

This giveaway is now closed. The winners are Nancy King, Alice Marsh-Elmer, and Elliot Salazar.  Fans of uniquely designed children’s books have the chance to win a five-book library of both classic and new books for children interpreted by modern and contemporary illustrators and designers. The five books come courtesy of AMMO Books and Gestalten’s newly launched children’s line, Little Gestalten. (Details below.)

Books! by Muray McCain and John Alcorn (AMMO, 2013), Come with Me to Paris by Gloria Fowler; illustrated by Min Heo (AMMO, 2014), and Alphabetics by Patrick and Traci Concepción; illustrated by Dawid Ryski (Little Gestalten, 2014)

Interior spread from Books!

Three winners will each receive, from AMMO, a copy of Books!, a reissue of Murray McCain and John Alcorn’s inventive 1962 celebration of the printed word for children featuring hand-drawn, mid-century graphic design; and the just published colorful and whimsical Come with Me to Paris.

Little Red Riding Hood and Puss in Boots, illustrated by Clémentine Sourdais (Little Gestalten, 2014)

Interior spread from Alphabetics

The winners will also receive from Little Gestalten a copy of the imaginatively revamped ABC book Alphabetics: An Aesthetically Awesome Alliterated Alphabet Anthology, and two books of fairy tales—Little Red Riding Hood and Puss in Boots—reenvisioned through enchanting paper cutouts by French illustrator Clémentine Sourdais.

Enter to win these Five Children’s Books.

Win Five Books Designed for Children from AMMO Books and Little Gestalten

The giveaway drawing runs through through Tuesday, November 18, 11:59 PM (EST). Three winners will receive all five books.

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