As the title suggests, Where’s the Elephant? opens with an invitation to look for an elephant, a snake and a parrot that have been cleverly hidden in the bright, inviting jungle spreads.
I love a good whodunit, and while this brilliantly original picture book is no Agatha Christie mystery, it offers little ones the chance to play a deductive game, simply by exercising their observation skills.
With fun interactive flaps and imaginative illustrations to spark ideas on what kids can do with a box, this adorable book is Christina Katerina and the Box for toddlers, with the sweetest illustrations possible.
Despite its title, this fresh and inventive book is not so much about the colours themselves, but how they interact with each other to create something new — and in the process, gets us to look at some familiar patterns in a new light.
A sad little penguin longs to “soar above the clouds” — somewhat tough to achieve since penguins can’t fly. But, as it turns out, nothing is impossible with the help of some friends — and you, the reader.
While looking for his friend, Leon the chameleon encounters some dangerous creatures, but is saved by his ability to ‘blend in’. Although the story is simplistic, the colourful illustrations and cleverly designed pull-tabs and colour wheels are irresistible.
This quirky and interactive book uses translucent vellum paper to create a foggy and mysterious atmosphere that “shrouds” the illustrations in shadows until you turn the page and they reveal themselves on the reverse side to be various fairytale characters — in full colour — doing something that’s not quite expected.