What a clever way to introduce or discuss the topic of perspective with children! R. Henderson has created a book that is read with two people sitting across from each other, allowing the illustrations to be viewed differently. What one sees is not the same as what the other sees! This gem is likely to spark some good conversations!— From Kim's Picks
A book for one. A book for two. A book for different points of view.
This clever and colorful picture book of opposites will change the way you see things, literally. Turn the book upside down and your perspective alters: Left becomes right; high becomes low; empty becomes full! Great as a rhyming read-aloud, and even better with a friend, this book of two points of view begs to be shared and will immerse booklovers of all ages in a unique reading experience.
• Strikingly designed, colorfully illustrated, and playfully written
• Features a playful exploration of shapes and opposites will thrill parents and teachers
• Read-aloud book with friendly rhyming text and gentle optical illusions
This playful exploration of shapes and opposites will thrill parents and teachers, and offers young readers-alone or readers-aloud a friendly rhyming text and gentle optical illusions to invite them to look and look again.
This book is perfect for:
• Lovers of beautiful picture books
About the Author
R. Henderson is an author, illustrator, and graphic designer. He lives in Australia with his wife and two young children.