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A Publishers Weekly Best Children's Picture Book of 2011
Starred Review, PublishersWeekly, May 30, 2011:
"Fisher (The Fantastic 5 & 10¢ Store) gives preschoolers a leg up on need-to-know information in this energetic collection."
Review, The Wall Street Journal, July 23, 2011:
"There's a faint haziness in Ms. Fisher's photographic style that gives her tableaux a sugared quality; you feel vaguely that you ought to be able to pluck the objects off the page and eat them."
Valorie Fisher is the author-illustrator of When Ruby Tried to Grow Candy and How High Can a Dinosaur Count?, which received two starred reviews. She is illustrator of The Fantastic 5 & 10¢ Store and the photographer for the beloved Moxy Maxwell books. Her titles My Big Brother and My Big Sister, both Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award winners, were also illustrated with photographs. Ms. Fisher's photographs can be seen in major museum collections around the world, including the Brooklyn Museum, London's Victoria and Albert Museum, and the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris.
I adore this book. It's perfect for all the little basic things little kids will need to have down before kindergarten. Letters. 1-20. Opposites. Shapes. Colors. Seasons. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Haydens Mommy
my daughter loved this book and would read it every night. Nice big colorful pictures, etc.Published 3 months ago by LTZ
We got this from the library and my 19 month old didn't want to give it back. So I bought it! He loves the quirky pictures and the concepts. Read morePublished 15 months ago by E. George
Entire pages were missing. What a disappointment! I felt I was really misled. Very sad for me. Sad bad mad.Published 20 months ago by R
This is a great book for ages 3-5. If your child likes interacting with books during storytime, he or she will enjoy this book. Read morePublished on July 1, 2013 by T. Watson