One, Two, Buckle My Shoe by Salina Yoon
Yoon take the traditional rhyme and enlivens it with strong graphical images. The holes in the pages let readers look through either way, making turning pages a delight as you see different ways to look at the same thing. The rhyme and interesting illustrations make this an appealing choice.
Reviewed from copy received from Random House.
Rocket Town by Bob Logan
A board book filled with rockets and enough humor to keep adults entertained as well. The real treat here are the illustrations which have a great 60s vintage vibe that is playful and welcome. Logan also plays with color as the book pages turn. If you have a child into trucks and trains, give rockets a try!
Reviewed from copy received from Sourcebooks.
Who’s in the Forest? by Phillis Gershator, illustrated by Jill McDonald
Peek through the holes in the pages to see who you can see in the forest. The mixed media collage illustrations are whimsical and charming. From the various patterns that make up leaves and sky to the smaller details of acorn caps and bird wings, there is so much for the eye to look at here. The rhyming text combined with the holes in the pages will appeal to little ones.
Reviewed from library copy.