Night Light by Nicholas BlechmanNight Light by Nicholas Blechman

Night Light

byNicholas Blechman

Hardcover | April 30, 2013

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Part guessing game, part counting book - full of die cut surprises!

1 light, shining bright? A train!
7 lights, flashing red and white? A fire truck!

And so on all the way to ten lights. Part guessing game, part counting book, Night Light is a boldly imagined book for the preschool child who loves cars, trucks, and anything that goes. With die-cuts on every other page, this rhyming story features vehicles and counting, combining a high interest preschool subject with important preschool concepts.

NICHOLAS BLECHMAN is an internationally recognized illustrator, designer, and art director. His award winning illustrations have appeared in GQ, Travel + Leisure, Wired, and The New Yorker. He has taught design at School of Visual Arts and illustration at the Maryland Institute College of Art. He is currently the art director of The Ne...
Title:Night LightFormat:HardcoverDimensions:48 pages, 9.32 × 9.37 × 0.52 inPublished:April 30, 2013Publisher:SCHOLASTIC INCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0545462630

ISBN - 13:9780545462631


Editorial Reviews

Praise for Night Light"Blechman . . . has turned counting into a guessing game-learning camouflaged as play." -The New York Times Book Review"Fun, beautiful and educational, Night Light will garner repeat readings - you can count on it." -Canadian Family*"It's a counting book about big vehicles - a winning combination right there - with an extra, innovative twist . . . The lights on the vehicles go up to 10, but young vehicle fans will want to reread (and "replay") this book many more times than that." -Publishers Weekly, starred review "This urban-themed picture book makes ingenious use of simple die-cut circles of different sizes . . . A stylish and original take on the time-honored die-cut counting book." -Kirkus"The vehicles roll past in uncluttered graphic designs and bold colors . . . An attractive, eye-catching find." -School Library Journal