Opposites

Publisher: PatrickGeorge

Review

This fun, interactive book features clever see-through pages in between 'normal' pages that enables readers to change the pictures as they go through the book.

Playing with the concept of opposites, readers turn the see-through pages to change a ball from being small to big, an arrow from pointing right to pointing left, a bird from being outside its cage to inside. Turn boats into trees, or a drop of water into a candle flame.

With bold colours and clear lines, the images are accessible and bright. This a lovely book for both younger and older children that not only looks at opposites, but challenges perspectives too.

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