Children discover that they can like the same things and still be different.
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Michael Grejniec has written and illustrated many books for children including When I Open My Eyes; What Do You Like?; Look; and Good Morning, Good Night. Born in Poland, he has lived in New York City and Toyko, Japan.From School Library Journal:
PreSchool-- Flip through this book just once and it's easy to question its purpose. Flip through it again and instead be caught up by the infinite number of possible interpretations of simple declarative statements, such as "I like music," or "I like to fly." Dual visual responses are given to six different statements, alternating between a girl and a boy. For instance, the girl is shown jumping rope as the text reads, "I like to play." Turn the page and the boy throws boomerangs across the double-page spread and replies, "I like to play, too." Progressing from what they like to a single statement of love, it becomes evident that these two children have the same mother. The book ends by asking readers what they like and love. The watercolor illustrations are unusual in that they show the bumpy texture of the paper on which they've been painted. This, coupled with immediate images and bright colors, draws readers into each fanciful scene. This book might stimulate children into creating their own comparable catalog of likes. --Martha Topol, Northwestern Michigan College, Traverse City, MI
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Book Description NorthSouth, 2008. Board book. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P11073582214X
Book Description NorthSouth, 2008. Board book. Book Condition: New. Brand New!. Bookseller Inventory # VIB073582214X