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Sunday, 31 May 2015

Review: No Two Alike

Is there anything wrong with drooling over a toddler book. As an adult, I mean, not as a 14-month-old. Because that's exactly what I did with this beautiful little book.

Following the journey of two little birds through serene, snowy landscapes, baby bugs learn that no two snowflakes are alike. No two nest, no two tracks in the snow. No two branches, no two leaves.

Each and every thing around us is totally unique. And therein lies its beauty.

Lovely rhythmic text and beyond beautiful illustrations make this an adult pleasure to read. While parents or older sibs ogle the beautiful scenes, babies will be unable to take their eyes from the pops of two bright red birds as they flit and flicker from scene to scene.

A sophisticated concept made accessible, and entertaining, for our smallest, most important people.

Title: No Two Alike
Author/Illustrator: Keith Baker
Publisher: Little Simon, $9.99 RRP
Publication Date:
Format: Hardcover
ISBN: 9781481415026
For ages: 1 - 4
Type: Board Book

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