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A wordless picture book of parallel dance instead of play, with 2 very unique participants, each fully aware of the other and at first dancing qhite separately until there is that reaching out moment. Delicate blossoms and shades of pink add to the gentleness of the mood. A few flower petals fall as does one dancer but all ends well, with a splash and a bow. Just lovely and very expressive. Up to Seven. Edie Ching
In this wordless picture book a child moves from inside a warm home full of child friendly items like an easel, and animals, like a cat and a dog and a mouse to an outside world that changes with the seasons. Cut outs keep a view of both worlds on each page to enhance a child's sense of focus. Warm colors emboldened with strong black lines hold the eye's attention. Delightful for all. Up to Seven. Edie Ching
Through expressive illustrations and text the search of an exclamation mark to find his/her place in the world is achieved with the help of an overly hard working question mark and some periods. Fun for all readers, punctuation users. Up to Seven. Edie Ching.