Opposites: My Turn to Learn
Little, Brown & Co., 2013 (2013)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
wo cute little owls act as guides for this journey of discovery that shows the difference between opposites. First we see the pair
in and then out
of their eggs. Once hatched, we see the owls demonstrating
up and down
on the branches of their tree.
ther opposites like
big and small
wet and dry
day and night
awake and asleep
are featured on the other pages of this attractive and colorful board book. Not only are the pages easy to turn with extended tabs that make it a snap to grasp and flip open, but the little owlets are also adorable.
he concept books (shapes, colors, numbers and opposites) in this series are not only sturdy and well designed, but the illustrations should appeal to toddlers at an early age. You might wish to collect all four.
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