I love the idea of finding shapes, colors, and lines in the things we see around us everyday. It’s something that really resonates with toddlers and preschoolers, and makes for a great activity. The overall art and design quality of this book isn’t amazing, but it would be a fun book to use in learning about photography and noticing geometric and artistic features in our own neighborhoods and routines.
April Pulley Sayre is an award-winning author of more than fifty-five natural history books for children and adults, including <i>Raindrops Roll</i>; <i>Best in Snow</i>; <i>Full of Fall</i>; <i>Rah, Rah, Radishes!</i>; <i>Go, Go, Grapes!</i>; <i>Let’s Go Nuts!</i>; <i>Warbler Wave</i>; <i>Bloom Boom!</i>; <i>Being Frog</i>; and <i>Feel the Fog</i>. April and her husband, native plants expert Jeff Sayre, love science and adventure. Visit her at AprilSayre.com.