In this interactive novelty board book, little ones trace a die-cut trail to explore the world. Use your finger to help different creatures find their special trail around the world! This interactive board book lets little ones explore world by tracing a tactile pathway. Each spread will feature a different animal looking for its way through a different landscape, from a thick, green forest to a dry, orange desert.
This was a fun and original concept for a board book. The illustrations are cute, and I like that each page is so different. It gives little ones practice tracing a line with their finger and making various shapes. It’s a solid addition to any board book collection!
Craig Shuttlewood is an artist and illustrator from Brighton, UK. His work combines paint, found materials, scribbles, and drawings representative of everyday things. His work has been exhibited in many galleries from London to New York and purchased by private collectors. Craig’s debut picture book, Who’s In the Tree That Shouldn’t Be?, received a highly commended award at the Cambridgeshire Read it Again! Award.