Dieter Schubert & Ingrid Schubert
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On a windy day, a little dog finds an umbrella in the garden.
Just when the dog picks up the umbrella, it catches
the wind and pulls the dog up into the sky. This is the
start of a fantastic journey around the world.
The wind carries the umbrella and the dog all over the
world, from the desert to the sea, from the jungle to the
North Pole. . .
Dieter (1947) Schubert was born in Germany. After the Academy of Design in Münster and the Academy of Art in Düsseldorf he went to the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. Together with his wife, Ingrid Schubert, he started making picture books. Their first effort, There’s a Crocodile Under my Bed! was an immediate success and was published in 14 countries. Now their many books for children are available in 21 languages. They are among the most famous illustrators in The Netherlands and their work has been exhibited all over the world.
This illustrating couple is extremely popular with parents and children alike because of their skill in watercolours and keen eye for witty detail.
Ingrid (b. 1953) and Dieter Schubert (b. 1947), a husband and wife team, are the creators of many award-winning picture books for children. The Schuberts were both born and raised in Germany before moving to the Netherlands to attend the Gerrit Rietveld Academy for Fine Arts and Design. Their first effort, There’s a Crocodile Under my Bed!was an immediate success and was published in 14 countries. Today their many books for children are available in 22 languages.