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Hello Hello Board book – August 25, 2020
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Each time we read it together, we spot new and interesting elements in the illustrations (like how one animal rolls into the next page...a bit of foreshadowing!). Thea last pages are really interesting as they detail each animal which made an appearance in the book with a corresponding number - which tells you the animal's name and whether it is endangered, threatened, ok, etc. My son (who will turn 3 next month) wants me to read this over and over and over again. My daughter (7) said she loves this but "They All Saw A Cat" had more depth and was more interesting to her. I love this illustrator's Bugs and Beastly Babies books, but I think this one might be my personal favorite due to all the colors and animations on the animals' faces. This would make a great baby shower gift (with a name like Hello Hello -- and the book's beginning focus on black-and-white illustrations, which I think babies supposedly are most captivated by at first? Although the book quickly changes to colorful animals). It is also great for that 2-4 year old age with its focus on opposites - and older (5+) for learning the animal names. LOVE IT. I struggled with whether to buy this or take it out from the library, but I'm glad I bought it and now will buy They All Saw A Cat since I didn't realize what a huge impact that one had on my daughter. :)