Day and Night by Harriet Evans & Lirios Bou – Book Review
Day and Night by Harriet Evans – Book Review
Day and Night
Author – Harriet Evans & Lirios Bou
Publisher – Little Tiger Press
Pages – 10
Released – 4th February 2021
ISBN-13 – 978-1838912710
Format – Board Book
Rating – 4 Stars
I received a free copy of this book.
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The forest is filled with cheeps and with howls. During day there are bluebirds, at night wolves and… owls. Tug the tab to reveal the different animals that delight in day and night.
From the wonderful rainforest to the sweltering savannah, there’s plenty to discover with the magically dissolving windows in this bright board book.
Review by Stacey
Day and Night is a rhyming board book that teaches children about a few of the animals that live in certain places, such as the desert or jungle and who is awake during the day, and who wakes up at night-time.
The book is a switch-a-picture book in that it has a pull section on each page and the picture initially shows an animal during the day and then the child pulls the puller and the cut-out section turns to night time and on the puller is information about the new animal it is now showing.
The book is a switch-a-picture book in that it has a pull section on each page. The picture initially shows an animal during the day and then the child pulls the puller and the cut-out section turns to night time. On the puller is also information about the new animal it is now showing.
The tiny issue I have with the book is that I’m not quite sure what age it would fit as board books are normally for very young children, usually between 0-3. However, the wording in the book and some of the animals chosen such as a Hyrax and Fennec Fox, plus the facts section would have me thinking that this is aimed at older children.
The book is lovely so perhaps it is something for younger children to look at now and learn with as they grow older?