From rock-star-worthy shades to opera monocles, this playful and interactive board book is all about glasses! Glasses to read a good book Glasses to play the electric guitar Which glasses are for a rockin’ rock star? This highly engaging board book comes with seven sets of cardstock glasses in a variety of shapes and sizes that go along with each turn of the page! Lively text encourages little ones to decorate the faces throughout the pages of this book with a pair of the many press-out glasses.
This book is cute in theory, but the cadence feels awkward reading it aloud. Putting the glasses in each face is also more fun in practice (maybe I'm just impatient), and while they are made of cardboard rather than paper, they still have trouble withstanding toddler use.
Hannah Eliot is a children’s book editor who lives in Manhattan, New York. Her favorite activities include editing (of course), writing, painting, and doodling all over every piece of notebook paper she uses.View Author
Daniel Roode is an illustrator and designer who draws inspiration from his French heritage, mid-century modern design, pop art, and nature. Daniel creates the bulk of his art digitally, an appropriate medium for his clean yet tactile aesthetic that has a distinct joie de vivre. He resides in Nashville, Tennessee, with his amazing wife Laura and their two funny cats.View Illustrator