This ingenious, sturdy board book by French author-illustrator Lucie Félix (Apples and Robins) not only looks like it belongs in a modern art-museum bookstore, it will also appeal to toddlers’ curious fingers and creative minds.
—Shelf Awareness for Readers (starred review)
Placing big, die-cut geometric shapes into appropriately shaped niches reinforces several simple concepts in this minimalist import…Simple exercises to enhance fine-motor development and build shape recognition.
Rendered in a bright, crayon-box palette, Félix’s graphics demonstrate each word or phrase with clarity, and the shapes’ transformations evoke real delight.
This clever, playful board book about opposites — with shapes that pop in and out of pages — is perfect for busy toddler fingers.
—The Boston Globe
It’s a book you’ll return to many, many times.