For Fans Of Herve Tullet And Leo Lionni, Here Is A Simple, Lively Exploration Of Colors, Shapes, And Landscapes Where Are You Under The Bridge, Out Of The Pond, Through The Sandbox These Are Just A Few Answers As A Little Green Snake Follows A Little Pink Snake In A Day At The Park Sarah Williamson S Debut Picture Book Is Both A Delightfully Energetic Introduction To Prepositions And Search And Find Concepts, And A Celebration Of Friendship And Imagination With Playful Text And Fresh, Lively Illustrations, This Is The Perfect Book To Inspire Young Readers, Artists, And Explorers. Good interactive book good for toddlers Can they find the worm in the picture In Sarah Williamson s Where Are You a green worm tries to find its friend, a pink worm It is a simple plotline that plays out like a hide and seek game On the mostly white dust jacket, hidden amongst the blades of grass, the main characters are very much representative of this hide and seek theme because the green worm is looking for the hidden pink worm Beneath the dust jacket are duplicate images, front and back, of a giant yellow sun and the worms The end pages are colorful and suggest In Sarah Williamson s Where Are You a green worm tries to find its friend, a pink worm It is a simple plotline that plays out like a hide and seek game On the mostly white dust jacket, hidden amongst the blades of grass, the main characters are very much representative of this hide and see
Where Are You by Sarah Williamson is a brightly colored seek and find children s book that features a green worm that is trying to find it s pink worm friend The book is small but perfect length for the intended audience Where Are You teaches young children how to observe the pictures and encourages them to seek out the pink worm while teaching some descriptive words like under the bridge, with the fish, I don t see you and manyWe got this book yesterday and my three year old loves fo Where Are You by Sarah Williamson is a brightly colored seek and find children s book that features a green worm that is trying to find it s pink worm friend The book is small but perfect length for the intended a
3.5 Created with gouache and then digitally composed in Photoshop, the illustrations in this picture book keep readers searching but not in a way that overwhelms them visually One green snake is trying to find the other pink snake, who seems to be moving rapidly from place to place First, the snake is in the grass, then on a boat, and many other spots until finally, the two are reunited on a lamp post as the green snake stretches out toward the pink one Some of the images made me smile, for 3.5 Created with gouache and then digitally composed in Photo
A picture book by an author with Wisconsin roots born in Milwaukee, UW Madison grad is a great addition to a classroom collection as two worms crawl through the world one looking for the other It s a great concept book that emphasizes prepositions as the worm crawls in, under, past things in the book The fun narrative is created with mini
Fairly simple, but very colorful illustrations invite the reader to find the pink snake on each spread I can easily see 2 4 year olds getting very excited to find it and point it out The text makes great use of directional position
It s bright and cute and fun Not incredibly magical which is basically my criteria for ratings , but the art is what makes this book, as it engaged me as a 28 year old I m sure little kids will be excited to find the snak
A simple seek and find game begins as a little green snake tries to find the little pink snake through his sneaky hiding places I thought the pink one was a worm This was fun Berry s a little young, but we ll try again in a year or so. Great interactive book A take on hide and seek keeps the child searching through the pages to find where the worm is next The fun pictures and text are sure to keep them entertained throughout the whole story. Vibrant illustrations and simple question and answer format propel this hide and seek, game between two slithery creatures good for recognizing shapes, building vocabulary, and forming simple sentences.
- Where Are You?
- Sarah Williamson
- 15 May 2019 Sarah Williamson