Age 3-5 | Paperback | 36 pages | 250 x 250mm
Publication October 2019 | ISBN 9781913134556
Look at the table.
What can you see?
A fruit bowl, a cake
and a big cup of tea.
A gentle rhyming text encouraging young children to look at the world and relish in the objects around them, from everyday items found in the home to more far-off places, like the jungle and sky. Young children will love pointing out all the things mentioned in the text in Hannah Rounding’s detailed illustrations.
Written by Jason Korsner and illustrated by Hannah Rounding.
Jason Korsner is a broadcast journalist with the BBC, as well as a film reviewer and film-maker. What Can You See? and I Like to Put Food in My Welly are his first picture books.
Hannah Rounding is an artist and creative development consultant. She has a first class degree in Fine Art Painting, a Masters degree in Interior Design, and over 10 years' experience working in the international development sector. She is the illustrator of Through the Eyes of Me and Through the Eyes of Us by Jon Roberts, about a little girl with autism.
'The gentle rhyme leads the reader through the world, asking you to observe, to look closer, find the great variety of things that whirl past our vision daily. It's a perfect book to interest even babies and the youngest children to look more carefully.' Mary Esther Judy, Fallen Star Stories
'...invites little ones to develop their observation skills as they focus on in turn a table laid for tea, a lounge, the garden, the sky, the jungle, a flower and a host of other focal points to locate the objects named in the relevant verse in Hannah Rounding’s delectable illustrations.' Jill Bennett, Red Reading Hub
‘A collection of gently rhyming verses which encourage the young to look at the world around them. Children and adults will have great fun spotting themes and will be inspired to play spot the object. What’s on your plate, in the bathroom, lounge or garden? A fun way to play a game, explore your home and take a break from the digital world if necessary. Gorgeous pen and wash illustrations make this a treat.’ Zoe James-Williams, South Wales Evening Post