Snail, Where Are You?

Publisher: Phaidon Press

Review

The question posed by the title of this virtually wordless picture book takes young children on an exploratory visual journey in search of the elusive snail. Careful observation of each vibrant image will reveal if the snail is hiding in the curl of an elephant's trunk, the twist of a pig's tail, the crest of a wave or a plume of feathers.

Packed full of subtle humour, each page of this witty and sophisticated picture book is a visual feast, providing a gateway to exciting, imaginative discussion. With a rich colour palette and quirky illustrations, it will be enjoyed by those who are beginning to explore colour, shape and objects.

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