Tuesday, February 3, 2015
Who's Hiding? By Agnes Baruzzi (Templar Publishing)
Here's a devilishly clever little animal book for younger readers that uses some pretty nifty illustrative trickery and neat folding pages to give younger children an animal surprise with each turn of the page.
In "Who's Hiding?" by Agnes Baruzzi, fairly ordinary scenes open up and unfold into wonderful animal pictures encouraging children to use their in-built natural curiosity to explore every nook and cranny of a good book.
Charlotte loves anything where page spreads aren't quite what they seem at first, so this was more of a hit than I expected (technically it is for younger children but hey, you're never too old for a neatly executed bit of bookery!)
Awesome animal fun!
Charlotte's best bit: The two lovey dovey birds, forming the shape of a heart. Awwww!
Daddy's Favourite bit: A really wonderfully presented animal book encouraging children to explore and satisfy their natural curiosity
(Kindly sent to us for review by Templar Publishing)
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