What's it like to see the world through the eyes of a child?
This beautifully illustrated board book celebrates the point of view of children who are too small to tell you what they see but not too small to experience the joy of small things such as a colorful mobile, a favorite teddy, an older brother's Lego castle or a trip to the park. Young readers will take pleasure in finding all the objects the baby sees, and adults will enjoy the depiction of how a child's world expands on almost a daily basis.
About the authors
Sarah N. Harvey is the author of ten books for children and young adults. Some of her books have been translated into Korean, German and Slovenian, none of which she speaks or reads (although she is trying to learn Italian). Her novel The Lit Report has been optioned for a feature film. She will not be in it. Sarah lives and writes in Victoria, British Columbia, where one of her goals is to get her heels to the floor in downward-facing dog. Visit www.sarahnharvey.com for more information.
“Captures the magic of it all…An excellent read-aloud for families. It would be a particularly helpful resource for families to ease the transition of a new sibling. Highly Recommended.”
CM: Canadian Review of Materials
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