A crossing guard newt!
Once AGAIN a seek-and-find,
MORE images of every kind!
From a music note to a teeny red boat, a blue kangaroo to a robot or two, there are endless things to discover in this zany follow-up to Look! A Book! from award-winning artist Bob Staake. Die cuts on the cover and every spread reveal hidden treasures in each vast landscape, from a zoo gone wild to an out-of-this-world moon base to a crazy art museum, and more, providing hours of entertainment to readers young and old.
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Bob Staake is an award-winning illustrator who has authored and/or illustrated close to 50 books, including Look! A Book!, Trucks Go Pop!, and Pets Go Pop!. His work is also featured on the covers of the New Yorker and in the pages of the Washington Post. His book The Red Lemon won a New York Times Best Illustrated Children's Book Award in 2006. You can visit Bob online at www.BobStaake.com.From Booklist:
Just like its predecessor Look! A Book! (2011), this seek-and-find outing combines witty verse, clever die-cuts, and piles of busy imagery, and it is suited to poring over for hours on end. Each jumbo spread offers a different environment, from a school yard to outer space, with spare verse at the bottom identifying a few items to search for—and there are more things to see through die-cut holes in the pages. A final, upwardly mobile gatefold enumerates even more stuff to hunt, from 1 panda to 12 green books, and there are thousands of details for the extrazealous to appreciate (honey-baked haggis, anyone?). Set the two books together and especially curious readers could look for the trans-literary appearance of a certain round chef, among others. With joyous digital imagery, brilliant color, fantastical allusions (can you spot the Diane Arbus reference?), and poo, this title fires on all cylinders and promises to occupy legions of ardent, observant fans. Preschool-Grade 3. --Thom Barthelmess
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