Kaleidoscope by Salina YoonKaleidoscope by Salina Yoon

Kaleidoscope

bySalina Yoon

Board Book | April 3, 2012

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Blissful moments, wishing hoping,Swiftly turning, Kaleidoscoping!
Turn the spinning 2-inch kaleidoscope lens and watch each magical page transform before your eyes! Award-winning artist Salina Yoon invites readers on an unforgettable poetic journey filled with colorful surprises.
Deceptively simple and thoughtfully layered,Kaleidoscopewill encourage readers to see the world through a different lens.

About The Author

SALINA YOON is the award-winning creator of over a hundred and fifty innovative novelty books for young children, specializing in formats that are unique and interactive. Publishers Weekly has described Salina Yoon's books as clever, fresh, funny, and smart. Ms. Yoon has published with Scholastic Inc., Simon & Schuster, Penguin Young R...
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Title:KaleidoscopeFormat:Board BookDimensions:18 pages, 7.5 × 7.5 × 1 inPublished:April 3, 2012Publisher:Little, Brown Books for Young ReadersLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0316186414

ISBN - 13:9780316186414

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~b~>Praise for Kaleidoscope:A New York Book Show Award-Winner* "A cover flap with an embedded kaleidoscopic lens and turning wheel cleverly transforms this lyrical tour of the seasons into an actual kaleidoscope. By positioning the flap above the die-cut right-hand pages and turning the lens, readers can view geometric shapes change their form, making an umbrella twirl in the rain, a star shimmer in the night sky, and steam rise above an applepie. Brief, rhyming phrases have a sense of movement of their own: "Twinkling sunlight,/ leaves crisscrossing./ Prickly seedpods/ gently tossing." Striking and highly inventive, this is a visual delight."span-Publisher's Weekly (starred review)