Yusuke Yonezu (Author)

Product Details

$11.99  $11.03
Publish Date
September 29, 2020
6.5 X 6.5 X 0.6 inches | 0.7 pounds
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About the Author

Author/illustrator Yusuke Yonezu is the creator of many essential minedition board books that have been published in more than twenty languages and sold millions of copies around the world, including We Love Each Other, Moving Blocks, Circles, Squares, the Guess What? series of board books and Yum Yum! among many others.


A Kirkus Best Book of 2020

★ Sharing is caring, and this small gem of a board book is a delight to share with little listeners." --Kirkus Reviews, starred review

"In this attractive book, pairs of young animals solve their dilemmas fairy by sharing....distinctive artwork... A sturdy board book...with a playful touch." --Booklist

An ABC Best Books for Young Readers Catalog featured title

"One of 'The best books for 2-year-olds that you haven't read, yet!'...This adorable board book for 2-year-olds will show your kids the joys of sharing....The sweet ending will result in lots of hugs. -- What We Do All Day

A delightful way to introduce the joy of sharing with family and friends, Sharing would make a go-to book for teaching this important skill to preschoolers in home, school, and public library collections." -- Celebrate Picture Books

"A clever idea of breaking things apart to share them." -- Elizabeth Bird, A Fuse #8 Production/, Great Board Books of 2020 feature

"Reminds us to make the best of difficult situations, turn to friends to help solve problems, and appreciate the value of shared experiences." -- Unpacking Picture Book Power

★★★★★ "Another wonderful board book by Yonezu...a great way to show young children that sharing is important, but so is sharing equally.....illustrations are delightful-colorful and expressive and will definitely appeal to young children. The pages are very sturdy with die-cut images showing the complete item before it is divided. Perfect for children between the ages of infant and three years old. -- Youth Services Book Review