Circle Under Berry by Carter Higgins
With a few simple shapes and carefully selected words, Circle Under Berry invites readers to explore a range of concepts.
Bold, bright, hand-colored shapes on a stark white background are continually rearranged on each succeding page, allowing for multiple points-of view.
It's a visual treat, experimenting with color, texture, shapes, and graphic design. However, Higgins gives her readers so much more. This is a study in word play and a discovery of relationships. Readers will be delighted with the rhythmic language, multiple word meanings, and a fresh consideration of prepositions.
The appeal of this concept book is visual, auditory, and cerebral. The publisher suggests an audience of ages "preschool and up."
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