Hello, Garden Bugs: A High-Contrast Book

Duopress Labs (Author) Julissa Mora (Illustrator)
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Description

Ladybugs, snails, and butterflies! Oh my! This charming introduction to ten garden bugs, paired with friendly text and bold, basic patterns, provides a great high-contrast experience for young developing eyes.

Newborns cannot fully recognize colors, so the sharp contrast between black and white patterns and illustrations allows babies to follow along and make connections to the real world, an important building block for communication skills.

Using simple greetings like "Hello, bumblebee" and "Good to see you, dragonfly" alongside black-and-white art by Julissa Mora, Hello, Garden Bugs is the perfect board book for babies just beginning to look around and learn about their world.

Featured in Omnivoracious.

Also available: Hello, Baby Animals and Hello, Ocean Friends. Coming soon: Hello, My World.

Product Details

Price
$7.95  $7.31
Publisher
Duopress
Publish Date
March 07, 2017
Pages
20
Dimensions
6.2 X 0.5 X 6.1 inches | 0.45 pounds
Language
English
Type
Board Books
EAN/UPC
9781938093845

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About the Author

duopress labs is the creative team, led by Mauricio Velázquez de León, responsible for writing and developing dozens of books and games. Recent titles include The Belly Sticker Book; and the SmartFlash and TummyTime(TM) series, 100 Pablo Picassos; My Fridge; and My First Lift-the-Flap Animal Book. Mauricio has written for Lonely Planet, Chouette, PowerKids Press, and the magazines Gourmet and Saveur. He resides wherever he can find a good wi-fi connection and strong coffee, mostly in the eastern United States.

Julissa Mora is a children's illustrator and surface designer living in Austin, TX. She enjoys creating whimsical scenes filled with cute and playful characters. She has illustrated a number of books, editorial publications, toy packaging designs, and puzzles, and has created work for many other applications.