This interactive board book is fun for adults as well as toddlers! The beautiful, colorful, detailed art gives readers lots to pour over and the fun fold-out flaps that correspond to the animal sounds in questions are cleverly designed. A great choice for babies and toddlers!
I cannot tell you how many hours my son has sat with this book opening and closing the flaps. He delights every time he finds the owl (his favorite) or "bobo!" (his word for monkey). This illustrations are absolutely unique and delightful. What an excellent interactive start to learning animal names and sounds. It's a trim size and shape also make it stand out on the shelf so kids will reach for it again and again.
A PARENTS magazine Best Book of 2019 * An Association of Booksellers for Children Best Book
A triangular board book may seem unusual, but Peek-A-Who?, with its cleverly shaped lift-the-flaps, garnered fans from across the children’s book world. This follow-up to the acclaimed original is full of hidden animals, each making different sounds. Can you figure out who each one is? Lift the unique shaped flaps to see who peeks out!
About the Author
Elsa Mroziewicz is a French illustrator and the author and illustrator of Peek-a-Who? In addition to illustrating books, she also develops pop-up books, paper art, comics, and she's worked in various aspects of film production. Her work is inspired by circuses, theater, movies, and music.
"Peek-a-Who Too? delightfully follows the success of Elsa Mroziewicz’s Peek-a-Who? These lift-the-flap books raise the bar by folding out in creative direction. Gorgeous art, engaging interaction, and durable pages will make this book a household and classroom favorite." -- Good Reads with Ronna
"Each spread in this creative board book ask the question, 'Who says?' about an animal noise, and readers lift away the page flaps to see the answer/animal. The flaps move in different directions depending on the animal, and amazingly the book stands up on its own (i.e. you can shelve it with the rest of your board books!).” -- Let's Talk Picture Books