Lots of Dots by Craig Frazier
This bright and fanciful book takes dots to a new level, celebrating all of the ways that dots and circles are in our life. There are dots that are buttons, dots as flowers, dots as scoops of ice cream! All in bright, vivacious colors that add to the joyful nature of this picture book. The rhyming text is very simple, allowing the emphasis to be on the illustrations that are colorful, graphic and very fun. This is a book that will have readers and listeners smiling at every page.
Frazier’s illustrations here have a great style that is very modern and still warm and friendly. The humans in the illustrations are shown as a single color, eliminating any racial context and creating a book that is welcoming for any child. Done in crisp white with bright colors, the pages almost shout with energy.
Perfect for sharing with a group of toddlers or preschoolers, this book would make a great jumping off point for crafts using round stickers or stamps. Appropriate for ages 2-4.
Reviewed from copy received from Chronicle Books.
- Also reviewed by Good Books for Kids