Several essential facts about puffins emerge from this engaging, cheerful and astonishingly simple taxonomic exercise, filled with humor and a dynamic conversational style both visual and textual…What makes two things alike and what makes them different-what, indeed, confers individuality and the quality of being uniquely amazing-is exuberantly celebrated in a puffin-affectionate package.
—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
A playful exploration of unexpected comparisons with twists that will have readers reconsidering the ways in which disparate things can be surprisingly similar.
A bit of humor, visual hints, opportunities for inference, and motion-inspired figures pull readers from page to page.
—School Library Journal
Kids will easily pick up the game; be prepared to read this one again and again.
—The Horn Book
A charming debut picture book… The simple text is likely to draw children in with its conversational tone as well as its cliffhanger page-turns… A fun, thought-provoking look at how we classify the world around us.