There are so many crap toddler books on the market. Why buy them – when you could buy ones created by amazing designers.
Here is another board book in the ‘Who’s That?’ series by designer Tad Carpenter. My son will be pleased, the last one I gave him stayed in his hands for months on end. He still grabs the now dog-eared, torn remains of the book from the shelf. I can’t bring myself to throw it away; it’s become a sort of comfort blanket.
Clearly, he has impeccable taste and will grow up to be a trail-blazing designer.
Published by Sterling
A beautifully designed and illustrated board book bright colours and gatefold flaps that reveal the answers to the question “Who’s that?”
The book acts as a guessing game that toddlers will love to interact with.
Each page is contains a new question with clues to work out who is hidden behind the flap. Is it a bicycle rider, a truck driver or a sea captain?
This has now replaced Goodnight Moon as my son’s favourite book. When I gave it to him, he didn’t let go of it for 2 hours. He now demands to sleep with it in his cot.
Published by Sterling.
See and hear a day in the life of the city through the eyes and ears of a young boy. From the TING-A-LING-A-LING of an alarm clock in the morning to the RUMBLE RATTLE of the subway and the BEEEEEP-BEEEEP of the streaming traffic to the SHHHHHHHHHHHHHH hush of evening, celebrate all the wonderful sounds of the city in this fun, interactive picture book that’s perfect for reading aloud.
– Simon & Schuster
Check out Tad Carpenter’s blog.