Wednesday, March 5, 2014

No Two Alike by Keith Baker; Book Reviews

By: Keith Baker
Published by: Little Simon (Simon & Schuster)
Released on: 11/4/13
Source: book from publisher to review
Rating: 4 Owls - We Really Enjoyed It!
Purchase from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble
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No two snowflakes are alike,
almost, almost . . .
but not quite.
Follow a pair of birds on a snowflake-filled journey though a gorgeous winter landscape to explore how everything, everywhere is wonderfully unique--from branches and leaves to forests and trees to friends and loved ones.
An adorable picture book, with simple text, and a great message about how we're all unique. 

No Two Alike follows these two cute red birds as they explore their forest home. From their woodland friends, to the trees, to the falling snowflakes and tracks in the snow, no two are alike. At first glance things might look similar, like the bird nests in the trees, but upon closer inspection the birds see that nothing is the same. Everything around them, including themselves, is unique.

With great illustrations, and simple text, this is a picture book/board book worth picking up. Toddlers will love it, as will children of all ages. 

1 comment:

  1. This sounds charming. I will definitely have to check it out. Thanks for telling me about it.


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Good children's literature appeals not only to
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