Look! (Board book)

By Ted Lewin

Holiday House, 9780823442782, 22pp.

Publication Date: May 14, 2019

Other Editions of This Title:
Hardcover (3/1/2013)
Paperback (1/15/2014)

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

Description

Travel across the plains and through the jungle with this illustrated board book!

Look! An elephant eats. Look! Zebras run.

Very simple text is paired with full-page, realistic illustrations by Caldecott Honoree Ted Lewin, whose luminous illustrations of warthogs, rhinos, and more were inspired by photographs taken on a trip across Africa.

This sturdy and stunningly illustrated board book invites the youngest readers to observe wild animals in their natural habitats. On the final pages, the story comes back home and we see a young boy reading, surrounded by toy versions of the animals he's visited in the books pages.

An ode to the natural world and the power of imagination, this is sure to be a favorite for curious kids who love interesting animals.


About the Author

Ted Lewin grew up in Buffalo, New York, and now lives in New York City. His career as an artist began with illustrations for adventure magazines, but over the last thirty-five years he has devoted all of his time to writing and illustrating children's books.  An avid traveler, many of Ted's books have been inspired by his trips to places such as the Amazon River, the Sahara Desert, Botswana, Egypt, Lapland, and India. His illustrations in Peppe the Lamplighter by Elise Bartone were awarded a Caldecott Honor.  Ted and his wife Betsy Lewin, the illustrator of Click Clack Moo and other titles, live in Brooklyn, New York.


Praise For Look!

* "A satisfying challenge and a fun animal adventure made thrilling by Lewin's characteristically spectacular use of lights."—Kirkus Reviews, Starred Review
 
"The engaging pictures paired with the sparse, repetitive text offer an accessible narrative for animal-loving kids brand-new to reading."—The Horn Book
 
"Emergent readers will relish decoding the text; thoughtful youngsters might also catch the subtle link forged by the boy's imagination between his toys and their living counterparts."—School Library Journal
 
"The sentences of one to three words per spread in a large, clear font and the straightforward text-to-action correlation make for solid and attractive support for beginning readers in a picture-book format."—Booklist