Is that a little boat, or a huge ship? Is that a small house, or a small house being hoisted by a giant crane? Each spread of this cleverly designed board book reveals a surprising size opposite that makes for a novel way for toddlers to learn about words and concepts. Here’s a lift-the-flap board book that’s bigger—and smaller—than the average concept book.
About the Author
Agnese Baruzzi has illustrated dozens of children's books, including Look, Look Again and Opposite Surprise.
"A page-turner for the toddler set." —Kirkus Reviews
"Plays with perceptions, assumptions, and predictions. Awfully pertinent stuff in 2016, wouldn't you say? You can never teach it too early." —Elizabeth Bird, blogs.slj.com
"A fold-out board book that can be used on different levels with mixed age groups. Some of the concepts are simple, like small or big which shows a small car and a large truck. Others are more complicated like thin and wide showing a pencil and a bridge, and one rather puzzling hot and cold showing the sun and two plugs. School age children could even make their own fold-out pages of opposites." —Saroj Ghoting, earlylit.net