Open This Little Book
Publication Date: February 2013
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What will you find when you open this little book? A fun story? Sweet characters? Enticing pictures? Yes! But much more. Open this book and you will find...another book...and another...and another. Debut author Jesse Klausmeier and master book creator Suzy Lee have combined their creative visions to craft a seemingly simple book about colors for the very youngest readers, an imaginative exploration of the art of book making for more sophisticated aficionados, and a charming story of friendship and the power of books for all.
Suzy Lee's books Wave and Shadow were both selected as New York Times Best Illustrated Books. Born in Seoul, Korea, she currently lives in Singapore. Visit her website at www.suzyleebooks.com.
Jesse Klausmeier was born in Madison, WI and currently lives in New York City, where she works in children's publishing. Open This Little Book is her debut book. Visit her online at: www.jesseklausmeier.com
" Will keep kids mulling over the multilayered love of hold-'em-in-your-hands books" - Booklist
" Had I the power I'd be mentioning Suzy Lee of Singapore's upcoming Open This Little Book (which will blow. your. mind. when you see it) as a Caldecott win. Alas' - Betsy Bird, New York Public Library/A Fuse#8 Production Blog at School Library Journal
"This one is a joy for book-lovers of all ages and flies in the face of the notion of reading a book on a screen. And, in particular, it's a picture book lover's delight." - Kirkus Reviews' Children's Blog
"This ode to books and reading (is) a delight to open and pore over."-The Horn Book Magazine
"Makes a lovely point: that readers and those they read about can enjoy a relationship that looks a lot like friendship." - Publishers Weekly
"It's time to rotate a new read into story time... We promise you'll be over the moon." - Daily Candy Kids
"It'll make kids really appreciate how cool a paper book can be" - CoolMomPicks
"Exemplifies the heights a picture book can achieve" - Shelf Awareness for Readers
"A delightful and timely homage to reading and, more, to books themselves. " - Kirkus Reviews, Starred Review