A story about a young boy who just loved to build things- from a diaper of towers when he was 2 to an arch made of pancakes. He reaches 2nd grade and is forced to give it all up when his teacher hates all buildings of any sort. What is poor Iggy to do.
We love the illustrations and the stories. I could read these books over and over again. A favourite -favourite of all time. Here’s a trailer for a animated version of Lost and Found created by studio aka. Here’s a youtube video interview of the illustrator.
Oliver Jeffers - How to catch a star
Each day an annonymous package arrives with a penguin in it until at the end of the year there are 365 penguins in the house. Read about the hilarious days as they try to keep the penguins fed, organized and busy through the days. An oversized book with great simple illustrations with lots of action and penguins.
4. Book of Cities
Piero Ventura (Author)
Wonderfully simple detailed illustrations of some of the most well-known cities in the world. It shows many ways how people live, work, travel in a city.
Graphic pictures with lots of bustling activity and words you will enjoy sounding with your little one.
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