You Are One by Sara O'learyYou Are One by Sara O'leary

You Are One

bySara O'learyIllustratorKaren Klassen

Hardcover | March 15, 2016

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A baby’s first year is full of memorable milestones. Learning to crawl, taking first steps, tasting new foods, and forming first words are all exciting achievements. You Are One looks back on each of these universal moments and more, inviting little ones and their parents to celebrate how much they have grown and discovered in just one year, from playing peekaboo to first teeth.

Narrated in the second person, You Are One is a charming read-aloud that addresses the baby directly. Supersaturated ink-and-wash illustrations play with pattern and perspective and lend a hip, artistic feel to the book. The diverse babies pictured come to life on the page through the realism of the art, and add to the text’s warmth, sweetness and broad appeal.” The first in a three-book series, You Are One is designed as a whimsical gift for new parents who will enjoy reflecting on their baby's first year and expressing how much their little one is loved.
SARA O'LEARY is a writer for both children and adults. She is co-creator with Julie Morstad of four critically-acclaimed and award-winning books: This Is Sadie, When I Was Small, Where You Came From, and When You Were Small. Her most recent book is A Family Is a Family Is a Family with Qin Leng. Sara splits her time between Hudson, Qu...
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Title:You Are OneFormat:HardcoverDimensions:24 pages, 8.5 × 8.5 × 0.6 inPublished:March 15, 2016Publisher:Owlkids Books Inc.Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1771470720

ISBN - 13:9781771470728

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"Further strengthening this book's charm is Calgary-based Karen Klassen's artwork... Patterned paintings intermingle portraits of diverse babies with more abstract representations of objects, like toys and food. Babies respond well to faces and expressions, and she has filled this book with them." - The National Reading Campaign