See the city through the eyes of a child and parent in this heartwarming exploration of a day spent together.
You see a bustling city, I see adventure ahead!
What will you see in the city? It depends on who you ask! As a parent and child visit the newspaper stand, the store, the park, and more, each points out what they can see . . . and their perspectives might surprise you! With spare, rhyming text and a bold limited palette, this simple board book captures the fun and tenderness of exploring new places together, and the joy of seeing the world through a child’s eyes.
Don’t miss the first book in this series, You See, I See: On the Farm!
Michelle Sinclair Colman was inspired to create the Urban Babies Wear Black series after the birth of her first child. Now, after a move from Chicago to New York, Michelle draws her inspiration from two urban—and sporty!—children. You can read more about the Urban Babies Wear Black series at www.ubwb.com. Michelle lives in Waccabuc, New York.
Paul Schmid is the author and illustrator of <i>A Pet for Petunia</i>, <i>Petunia Goes Wild</i>, and <i>Hugs from Pearl</i>. In 2010, he was awarded a month-long fellowship with Maurice Sendak. He lives in Seattle, with his wife, Linda and their daughter Anna, but no alligators. Visit him at www.paulschmidbooks.com.