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A green-eyed mouse called Noah and a blue-eyed mouse called Raffaella see each other's eyes through a small hole in a wall. Both mice let their imagination run wild thinking what strange creature the eye belongs to. Beautifully illustrated, humorously written and brilliantly designed with a real hole in each of its pages to create a peep-show effect, this charming book is a visual treat for children and their parents.
After working as a freelance illustrator and designer in New York, Bob Gill (b. 1931) moved to London in 1960, where he joined Alan Fletcher and Colin Forbes to create a design agency that became the precursor of Pentagram. He resumed his freelance career as an illustrator, designer, teacher, film-maker and author of children's books in 1967, and returned to New York in 1975. His clients include Pirelli, Universal Pictures, Nestle and the United Nations, and he has written a number of books on graphic design.