Tuesday, 19 April 2016

The Look Book at Home by Claire Rollet (Children's, Non-fiction, Picture book, 10/10E, short 'n' sweet review)

October 2015, Templar, 48 pages, Hardback, Review copy

Book summary
Babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers love to look at the world around them. Each page of this book is packed with quirky, delightful illustrations of familiar objects, which toddlers can point to and name and pre-schoolers can use as an enchanting first step to reading.

Nayu's thoughts
There's loads to look at in a home with objects to find and detailed illustrations. The number and variety of objects named make it a good introduction to new readers regardless of whether English is their first or second language. The detail and colours made me imagine what it must be like to live in that house, as well as how many basic items most people have in their homes. It made me realise just how amazing we humans are, for people to both come up with the idea for the objects, manufacture them, sell them and store them. A must read for your shelf!

 Find out more on Claire's website.

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