It’s more than a book—it’s a game! Every spread is missing a key element of a featured animal—from an elephant’s trunk to a penguin’s beak, these creatures are incomplete. And it’s up to young readers to help them out! Kids can finish the illustration by wiggling their fingers through suitably placed die-cuts. Children are sure to giggle at the silliness of turning their fingers into elephant trunks and chameleon tongues—and learn a bit about animal features on the way!
This book is so darling! I love the colors, the illustrations, and the creativity! This book is interactive with your fingers, but I was impressed with the different uses it worked for. So fun!
Taro Gomi is an internationally renowned author and illustrator who has created more than 400 books for readers of all ages, including the award-winning Over the Ocean and bestsellers Bus Stops, I Know Numbers!, My Friends, and Spring Is Here. He lives in Tokyo, Japan.