Third Drawer Down in collaboration with Dung Beetle Reading scheme present the We Go to the Gallery collection. The collection has been created to extend the life lessons behind the jolly colourful illustrations and three-word learning process by placing selected spreads from the best-selling book onto functional, collectible art products.
The perfect tote for your next visit to the gallery, and even more handy featuring an inner pocket for your phone and purse. Featuring the spread:
"Is the art pretty?" says Susan
"No" says Mummy
Pretty is not important
We recommend you use these products regularly, daily if possible; "The future of British art and cultural standards depends on our children grasping the full significance of contemporary art, so that they can lead full, happy and conflicted lives for many generations to come" - Miria Elia, author
About We Go to the Gallery We Go to the Gallery is the first in a series of Dung Beetle learning books designed to make scary subjects approachable for the under 5s. Printed in bold colours and written in clear, simple English each book drags families into the darkest recesses of the collective unconscious, for their broader cultural benefit.
Specifications -Polycotton blend -Warm machine wash -39cm x 68cm (15.3” x 26.7”)
About The Artist
About the Author Miriam Elia is a head teacher working at the London School for the Poor and Ignorant. She specialises in teaching art and Zen Buddhism to young minds.