Alternating die-cut pages transform one featured shape into a vehicle with the flip of a page. A circle on a bicycle becomes a hot air balloon. A triangle becomes the sail on a sailboat, then a blade on a bulldozer. An oval is first a submarine, then the cab of a helicopter. Square becomes train, becomes truck. Rectangle becomes bus, becomes red wagon.
About the Author
SAMi is a mysterious artist/world traveler whose current favorite sources of inspiration include Fire Island and an adorable dog named for a breath mint. This accolade-garnering illustrator has received the Oppenheim, Child magazine, and Parenting magazine Best Book of the Year awards. In addition, he has developed puzzles, toys, and bibs based on the artwork in the SAMi books. The author lives in he might be Anywhere.
Praise for Flip-a-Shape: Go!…
"[E]ye-popping illustrations will keep your [child] looking and learning." --Scholastic Parent and Child
"...these rainbow-bright board books help kids deconstruct the everyday world..." --Child magazine