My Big Wimmelbook: Animals Around the World

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Product Details

Price
$12.95  $11.91
Publisher
Experiment
Publish Date
Pages
16
Dimensions
8.7 X 0.5 X 11.6 inches | 0.95 pounds
Language
English
Type
Board Books
EAN/UPC
9781615194995
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About the Author

Stefan Lohr is a book designer and illustrator based in Ravensburg, Germany. Lohr studied communications and design at the University of Applied Sciences in Stuttgart, Germany and then became a freelance illustrator and graphic designer. Since 1999, he has worked as an illustrator for many renowned children's book publishers and advertising agencies.

Reviews

"The large board books in the 'My Big Wimmelbook' series are full of lively, crowded tableaux of people and animals going about their business in different settings. [Wimmelbooks] abound with witty details to draw in younger children . . . and older toddlers will want to follow the wordless interactions that spill from one page to the next in these eventful pictures."--The Wall Street Journal

"You know the kid who can conjure an entire imaginary world by animating, say, the sugar packets she finds at the restaurant table? That one will thank you when you put any volume of My Big Wimmelbook in front of her. . . . Picture Richard Scarryesque, diorama-like spreads with a hint of 'Where's Waldo' junior detective. The combination should encourage long contemplative sit-downs that will make any parent's heart sing."--The New York Times Book Review

"An opening spread outlines particular characters and objects for readers to locate, including a couple with a selfie stick, reporters on the scene, and a pizza delivery man. . . . The spreads aren't as jam-packed as a typical Where's Waldo panorama, allowing for younger readers to spot characters and objects with ease."--Publishers Weekly

"With My Big Wimmelbooks, kids experience their self-efficacy as something special, which makes them proud and, in turn, activates new 'learning.' The inner motivation that comes with their desire to satisfy their curiosity is the ultimate source of ongoing learning."--Dr. Kristina Unterweger, Educational Psychologist