An engaging treat for keen-eyed readers, Borando’s latest wordless concept book is a visual delight…Blending the concepts of color and camouflage with subtle humor, Borando’s continued mastery of the deceptively simple is apparent even in her cover art, as two hidden animals stand ready to draw readers into the game again and again. Artistic simplicity and visual play spark unfettered fun in this charming little book.
—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
This work is perfect for teaching young children about how they perceive things in the world. It will help them understand that certain things will appear to be hidden, depending on their respective surroundings. The bold and simple illustrations will also encourage young viewers to focus their attention on what they see and don’t see. An excellent concept book, best for one-on-one and small group sharing.
—School Library Journal
Implicit lessons about contrast, camouflage, foreground, and background—and paying attention—add value to a book that would be a joy to read for the colors and witty, chunky animal shapes alone. One in a series of beautifully produced books illustrating visual concepts, this is a great addition to any preschool classroom and will be lots of fun at storytimes.