How many things can one discover, simply by observing the world! A leaf could be a ferry for a snail, and the moon is a light for the night: there’s no border between reality and imagination, and everyday I’ll discover to know one thing more, and as I grow I know I’ll know much more. Bright and rhythmic, Ann Rand’s text is a catalogue of little-everyday-wonders that only need to be discovered; colourfully illustrated by Paul Rand, Quante cose so (I know a lot of things) is a classic among children’s books, originally published in 1956. Paul Rand (1914 - 1996) studied at Pratt Institute and Parson’s School of Design, as well as with George Grosz, the celebrated figure of German Expressionism. His most widely known contribution to graphic design are his corporate identities (for firms such as IBM, Westinghouse, ABC and UPS), many of which are still in use. Rand’s approach to advertising was much like an artist, and his ability to grasp the familiar object and convert it into a charming yet commanding symbol made his works famous the world over. He is author of many articles about graphic design, and he also continued his interest in education by occasionally teaching and lecturing and by illustrating children’s books. Ann Rand wrote five children’s books, four of which illustrated by her husband, Paul Rand. Together they created spontaneous and light books, based on the immediateness of images and words.