In this clever book of die-cut shapes, you can see how a watermelon changes into a bird’s beak—or how a tulip becomes a mermaid’s tail. The pages connect to each other not only with their die-cut holes but also with zippy, rhyming text that makes for loads of fun. Filled with colorful art, this is a book that’s pleasing to the eyes, the ears, and the fingers.
About the Author
Agnese Baruzzi studied art in Urbino, Italy. She now lives in Bologna, where she's illustrated dozens of children's books, including Look, Look Again “a page-turner for the toddler set,” Opposite Surprise, and most recently, BIG Size Surprise, all published by minedition.