Olaf Hajek Veggie Power
This illustrated garden of vegetable delights
will make even the fussiest of eaters interested
in learning about—and tasting—what’s on their
As more and more families focus on local and organic eating, this delightful introduction to common vegetables offers a delectable serving of uncommonly beautiful illustrations and fascinating information. As in his hugely popular previous book, "Flower Power," Olaf Hajek’s wondrously imaginative and detailed portraits are paired with engaging and eye-opening texts. The book shows how each vegetable appears in its natural soil habitat, and how it might be eaten today. Health benefits, historical tidbits, and botanical oddities are seamlessly woven into each spread. From the first spring onion, to pumpkins harvested just before the frost, this inviting journey through the growing season celebrates the artistic, historical, and culinary bounty that awaits us in the garden and at the table.
Annette Roeder, born in Munich in 1968, is a writer, illustrator and architect. In addition to many colouring books, she has published 13 Buildings Children Should Know with Prestel and novels for adults. She lives with her three children on the outskirts of Munich.
Olaf Hajek is an award-winning painter and illustrator whose work has been exhibited in Germany, the US, and South Africa. His list of commercial clients includes The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Washington Post, Bombay Sapphire, Anthropologie, Mont Blanc, Macy’s and Hermes.