When you see the world in Pajamavision, everything looks extraordinary!
When a little boy puts on his pajamas and goes to bed, he falls into a fantastical carnival fairground full of glittering lights, sparkling stalls, and rip-roaring rides. Readers follow him around for a noisy night of fun and games.
Each copy of the book includes a stripey screen which, when laid on top of each page and moved slowly from side to side, shifts the multicolored images and makes the scene come to life as if by magic.
Michaël Leblond is a freelance graphic designer as well as being the author of several illustrated books for children. In 28 he rediscovered the technique of barrier-grid animation, a form of optical illusion that became the basis of the Pajamarama books, which have now been published all over the world.
Frédérique Bertrand is an illustrator and author who has produced more than thirty picture books for children, as well as working for several French newspapers and magazines.