Two Can

Publisher: Frances Lincoln Children’s Books

Review

Sometimes playing alone is fun, but what about those games that need two people, like a see-saw or splashing a friend in the pool? Maybe playing together is better because two can have twice as much fun as one!

This is an adorable book about letting others join in your games and discovering that playing together can be a lot more fun. The simple illustrations use repetitive colours to great effect, and each page has hidden details that young readers will love to discover. A sweet story with a lovely message.

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