Here We Are: Book of Opposites (Board book)
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Introduce babies and toddlers to opposites in this charming board book companion to the #1 New York Times bestseller Here We Are, from world-renowned picture book creator Oliver Jeffers!
Inspired by the bestselling picture book, Here We Are, comes this irresistible concept board book that helps introduce babies and toddlers to opposites. A tender and charming book to welcome babies to our planet.
Praise for Here We Are:
"Moments of human intimacy jostle with scenes that inspire cosmic awe, and the broad diversity of Jeffers's candy-colored humans...underscores the twin messages that 'You're never alone on Earth' and that we're all in this together."--Publisher's Weekly (starred review)
"A sweet and tender distillation of what every Earthling needs to know and might well spend a lifetime striving to achieve. A must-purchase for new parent shelves." --School Library Journal
"From the skies to the animal kingdom to the people of the world and lots of other beautifully rendered examples of life on Earth, Here We Are carries a simple message: Be kind." --NPR
"A true work of art."--Buzzfeed
"A must-have book for parents."--Gambit
"A celebration of people all shapes and sizes, and of the beauty and mystery of our Earth."--Booklist
About the Author
From his much-loved debut, How to Catch a Star OLIVER JEFFERS has gone on to create a collection of award-winning and bestselling picture books, which have been translated all over the globe, including the# 1 New York Times bestseller and TIME Best Book of the Year Here We Are, as well as the companion What We’ll Build. He is also the illustrator of the smashhits The Day the Crayons Quit and The Day the Crayons Came Home, both written by Drew Daywalt. His fine art is world-renowned and his dip-art exhibitions are a much sought-after event. Oliver is from Belfast, Northern Ireland, and now lives and works in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife and young children.
"Captivating illustrations that are enjoyable for adults and children alike." —Kirkus