See Hear: There’s magic all around you. What can you see? What can you hear?
See/Hear is a book written by Tania McCartney and Jess Racklyeft. It’s a type of book I read in some of my earlier book reviews—what I call the “flipper.” On the covers, there are animals acting out the title. “See” focuses on sight, while “Hear” focuses on hearing, so I thought this might be a great book to read to someone who is deaf or blind. I thought this was a good book for anyone! On “See,” it talks about things like “squiggly rain” or “a scaly flicker.” “And very, very best of all, I can see…the endless stars of outer space.” This is where things get changed…. “And very, very best of all, I can hear…the endless quiet of outer space. Hushhhhhh….” It switches to hearing things, like “carnival chaos” or “a song in my heart.” It’s good to put a song in your heart! This book has no plot and many beautiful illustrations The authors have written this book because they want readers to explore their senses. I really like the “song in my heart” part best.
|Author||Tania McCartney • Jess Racklyeft, Illustrator|
|Page Count||32 pages|
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