We Love Each Other

Yusuke Yonezu (Author) Yusuke Yonezu (Illustrator)

Product Details

$9.95  $9.15
Publish Date
November 01, 2013
6.61 X 6.6 X 0.63 inches | 0.61 pounds
Board Books
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About the Author

Yusuke Yonezu is an author and illustrator of children's books, including 5 Little Apples, the Guess What? series, Moving Blocks, Please Don't Cry, Rainbow Chameleon, and Yum Yum!


I appreciate a publishing company that understands how very difficult it is to make a good board book. . . . this book is pretty much brilliant. It shows animals apart who, when put together, make different shapes. Circles, squares, triangles. . . . The art is bold, colorful, simple, funny, sweet, touching. --Elizabeth Bird, A Fuse #8 Production, School Library Journal
Japanese author/illustrator Yonezu marries color, animal, and shape concepts with die-cuts and a reassuring theme of love in an expertly designed and executed board book. . . . Yonezu's simple renderings radiate happiness and charm on every page. --Publishers Weekly
adorable and a great way to show your kids that you love them. --Jenny Williams, geekdad.com
Perfect for lap-snuggling or storytime sharing, this interactive offering inspires animal, color, and shape identification as well as hugs. --Joy Fleischhacker, School Library Journal
The vibrantly colored, stylized animals are appealing, the large white shapes on bold backgrounds command attention, and the glossy, die-cut pages encourage exploration....Babies and toddlers will appreciate this playful, upbeat introduction to shapes. --Kirkus Reviews
A sweet book to read again and again. --Imagination Soup
With a playful love message for Valentine's Day, Japanese author/illustrator Yusuke Yonezu brings together bold colors and stylized illustrations to familiarize tots with basic shapes. --Washington Parent
A smart way to introduce simple shapes, adorable animals and a Valentine's-worthy love theme, Yonezu's board book is precious. --Kids Home Library
Yusuke Yonezu uses clever cutouts to convey--without ever stating outright--the message that loves completes us . . . ingenious pictures. --Sarah Smith, nytimes.com