Everything You (Board book)

A Board Book

By Elizabeth McPike, Jay Fleck (Illustrator)

Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR), 9780374311933, 32pp.

Publication Date: December 10, 2019

Other Editions of This Title:
Hardcover (12/5/2017)

List Price: 7.99*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

Everything You is a lyrical, heartfelt picture book celebrating the love between parents and their children.

When a new baby comes into the world, that baby becomes everything cuddly, everything kisses, everything love...everything possible. In other words, everything that matters. And the world is never quite the same again.

In this board book conversion of the original picture book, Elizabeth McPike's simple, poetic text and Jay Fleck's modern graphic and adorable illustrations capture the wonder and love a child brings to our lives.



About the Author

Elizabeth McPike was for many years the editor of a journal on education. Her three children, all grown up now, never stopped being "every wish answered." She is the author of Little Sleepyhead and Little Bitty Friends. She lives in Washington, DC.

Jay Fleck is a Shorewood, IL-based designer and illustrator. He is inspired by his childhood and by his experiences with his two young children. Jay is the author and illustrator of Tilly and Tank.


Praise For Everything You: A Board Book

“A love song to baby. Rhyming verse expresses animal parents' love for their little ones and is accompanied by cartoon-style illustrations of animal families rendered in bold colors and rounded forms. The succinct text pairs nicely with the spare art style, which offers uncluttered spreads focused on the parent-and-child interactions.” —Kirkus Reviews

“In appealing child-directed rhymes, McPike (Little Bitty Friends) adopts the voice of a parent celebrating everything that makes a child special . . . Many families should easily be swayed by its charms.” —Publishers Weekly

“A gentle and simple look at animal families awaiting a new arrival . . . A sweet addition to general picture book collections.” —School Library Journal