Thursday, January 15, 2009

A Child's Day: An Alphabet of Play

Pearle, Ida. 2008. A Child's Day: An Alphabet of Play.

This one is self-explanatory isn't it? An alphabet book featuring children at play. (A is for Act, Z is for Zoom.) What would make a book like this unique--worth your time--are the illustrations. (The children are all colors, all cultures--but they're faces are featureless.) And that's something so subjective, it would be hard to predict how YOU'll react to them. So I thought I would share what I could. I find the art interesting. Some really grab me. Some are bold. Some are subdued. All are expressive.

© Becky Laney of Young Readers


Cynda said...

We have this one but haven't read it yet. Just flipping through it, I was enjoying the illustrations. They are truly artistic.

caribookscoops said...

I have a penchant for alphabet books. I will add this one to my list.