I Say, You Say Opposites!

I Say, You Say Opposites! Cover

I Say, You Say Opposites!

By Tad Carpenter

LB Kids, Hardcover, 9780316200752, 18pp.

Publication Date: September 11, 2012

Description
I say "Reading " You say, "Fun " Explore the world of opposites with 8 lift-the-flaps.
These colorful, playful books encourage interactive learning through prediction and repetition; but most importantly, they look really fun.--Dr. Robert Needlman, co-founder of Reach Out and Read and author of Dr. Spock's Baby Basics
With I Say, You Say, your little ones can:
Say new wordsRecognize oppositesLearn and play


About the Author
Tad Carpenter is an illustrator, designer, and teacher. Carpenter co-runs the design and branding studio Carpenter Collective with his wife, Jessica, where they bring powerful messages to life through branding, packaging, illustration, and design. Tad has also written and illustrated over a dozen children s books in the current marketplace. See more of Tad s work and his studio at www.carpentercollective.com.


Praise For I Say, You Say Opposites!

Praise for I Say, You Say Animal Sounds:
"A playful lift-the-flap read-aloud...Quirky moments, such as calves dancing to a boombox and a frog doing the backstroke, add to the fun of the inevitable repeat readings....With bold, active art and a noise-inducing, interactive text, this offering, part of the I Say, You Say series, will work for both group and one-on-one read-alouds."
-Kirkus Reviews

Praise for I Say, You Say:"These
colorful, playful books encourage interactive learning through prediction and
repetition; but most importantly, they look really fun."
---Dr. Robert Needlman, co-founder of Reach Out and Read and author of Dr. Spock's Baby Basics

"Little ones will enjoy the repetition and interactivity of these offerings, celebrating as they correctly guess the words hiding under the flaps. Carpenter's predicable, interactive titles in the I Say, You Say series offer appealing introductions to basic concepts just right for toddlers and preschoolers"
-Kirkus Reviews