Lines

Publisher: Chronicle Books

Review

A little girl skates across a clean sheet of ice, slowly increasing the lines she makes on the page. Her skating covers the page in more and more marks until the paper is crumpled up!

When the artist smoothes the paper out again, the little girl skater finds that there are more skaters, erasing lines as well as making them. Their actions create more and more detail on the page, and the little girl finds she has plenty of new friends.

This winter-themed wordless picture book is deceptively simple and completely delightful. Suzy Lee is an award winning illustrator, and her arty style will appeal to parents and children alike.

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