Author(s): Claire Rollet
Babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers love to look at the world around them. Each page of this book is packed with quirky, delightful illustrations of familiar objects, which toddlers can point to and name and pre-schoolers can use as an enchanting first step to reading. An enjoyable way of turning looking into learning with Claire Rollet's eye-catching ink drawings.
Hand-drawn illustrations bring everyday objects to life in this stylish see and say guide
Young children love to explore the world around them - and to recognise familiar things in books, so they can take pride in pointing them out and naming them. Each page of this book is packed with quirky, delightful illustrations of familiar objects toddlers can point to and name and pre-schoolers use as an enchanting first step to reading; there are labelled familiar objects on alternate pages. What can they see in the kitchen? Under the stairs? In the bathroom? There is plenty to explore and the eye-catching coloured ink drawings are delightfully full of detail to spot and talk about. -- Sarah Brew Parents in Touch
Claire Rollet is a London-based illustrator. She studied at Chelsea School of Arts and later graduated from Kingston University. Claire's working process begins by drawing the pictures using nib and Indian Ink. The black & white line drawing is scanned in the computer then brought to life on Photoshop by adding a delicate and carefully chosen palette of colours.