Now You See Me, Now You Don't: A Minibombo Book

Now You See Me Now You Don t A Minibombo Book Look closely This vibrant wordless book invites children to explore the concept of visibility A menagerie of colorful animals can be found within this stylish book but pay attention When the backgrou

  • Title: Now You See Me, Now You Don't: A Minibombo Book
  • Author: Silvia Borando
  • ISBN: 9780763687823
  • Page: 254
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Now You See Me, Now You Don't: A Minibombo Book

    Look closely This vibrant wordless book invites children to explore the concept of visibility.A menagerie of colorful animals can be found within this stylish book, but pay attention When the background color changes with each turn of the page, a different animal almost vanishes and another seems to appear on every spread Who blends in with the fallen leaves What aLook closely This vibrant wordless book invites children to explore the concept of visibility.A menagerie of colorful animals can be found within this stylish book, but pay attention When the background color changes with each turn of the page, a different animal almost vanishes and another seems to appear on every spread Who blends in with the fallen leaves What about the trees of the forest Brimming with visual humor, this attractive play on color and camouflage is sure to delight keen eyed youngsters and reward their observational skills with a few giggles.

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    1. Kristi Betts

      Borando’s wordless picture book requires the reader to be a keen observer of the illustrations. Fun, colorful animals appear on the first two-page spread with a white background. As the pages are turned, the background color changes and some of the animals seem to disappear - although you can still see their eyes. As you read through the book with a young child, you can ask them which animal is camouflaged on each of the pages and discuss why the animal can’t be seen. For those who are extre [...]

    2. Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book*

      Borando, Silvia Now You See Me, Now You Don’t. PICTURE BOOK. Candlewick, 2016. $14. On the first, white, page there is a variety of animals. On each successive page, at least one animal has disappeared, fading into the colored background, except for the eyes! There is one animal, however, that is invisible on every page except for the first. Who could that be?Such a fun wordless book for discovery! It’s like a picture book version of hide and seek. I can’t wait to share this with a little [...]

    3. Drew Graham

      Animals appear and disappear as their surroundings change colors.This book's cleverness is in its simplicity. The actual illustrations follow a pretty clear pattern but they keep me flipping pages to look at the ones before and after to compare. The kids love the hide-and-seek element and the wordless format makes it a fun conversation. There's not much to it but that's kind of what makes it.

    4. Rebecca

      Behold a spread of colorful animals with bug eyes (if any eyeball fans have read all of Jon Klassen, here you go). When the page turns, the background color changes -- and the animal of that color has disappeared, save for its eyes. A clever, wordless twist on the seek-and-find concept. I wish it was bigger for sharing!

    5. Vicki

      Absolutely fun and cute. Of course in this wordless book, the illustrations tell the story. A lot of fun flipping back and forth to "remember" what animal is camouflaged.Didn't notice the chameleon at first, but when I went back to the first page with the white background I found it. I'm not a color expert, but shouldn't the chameleon blend into the white background too?

    6. Melisa

      Another interactive picture book done so well that I must get a copy for my little turd. Toddlers and preschoolers will love "finding" each animal that is "missing" from each page. So cleverly done and fun children will adore it. This librarian recommends!

    7. Earl

      I enjoyed this wordless picture book more than I thought I would. Simple illustrations and a simple concept. First you see, all the animals. Turn the page, the landscape changes and an animal or two blends in with the background. Turn the page again, a new creature is camouflaged. Fun and cute!

    8. Library

      A great game of Who's Hiding? emerges as you read this book. Animals from the page disappear as the background color changes to match them. My favorite animal of course was the chameleon who matches all but one of the background colors.

    9. Jillian Heise

      Love this wordless, early concept book. Look closely! You never know what animals you will/won't see as the page backgrounds change color.

    10. Tracie

      Brilliant! Several animals are depicted on the first spread. Each page features a different color and one of the animals disappears.

    11. Marcie

      This, originally Italian, book is a fun book to explore color and art. I can see having students create their own drawings with a similar take. Very clever.

    12. Robin

      Really loved this adorable wordless book. A variety of animals are visible and invisible depending on the background color. Except chameleon, he's always disappearing! The ending is cleverly cute too

    13. Ruth Ann

      The book cover gives a clue for using this book - two pairs of eyes and nothing else!With background color changes, some animals disappear on each page. See if you can remember which ones they are.But, what about that pesky green salamander-type creature who is missing from each subsequent page? It turns out he is a chameleon!

    14. Wendy

      It can't easy to make a wordless book hilarious, but this one is! I wish I had known about this when my nephews were babies.

    15. Abby Curtis

      Its a realistic fantasy wordless book, it has pictures of different animals that appear and the eyes of animals you can't see.Ages 1-K Text to self: This book reminds me of when I go to the zoo. Sometimes you get to see the animals fully other times all you see is their eyes in the dark. Text to Text: This book to me would go with "Brown Bear Brown Bear What do you see? " I paired these too books because in this book you are seeing different animals and just the eyes of other animals looking aro [...]

    16. Adrienne Furness

      This book cracks me up. First, there's the way the animals all look absolutely shocked on every page, like you caught them in the middle of some mischief with every page turn. Particularly the elephant, who is my unqualified favorite. Also, the spread where suddenly the animals are all in the sky makes me laugh every time I look at it. The small variations from page-to-page are surprising and fun; a clever approach to seek-and-find and noticing detail.

    17. Jocelyn

      Wordless picture book for future "search-and-find" lovers. Various brightly colored animals are in the same spot on each spread, with different color backgrounds that make the animals that are the same color as the background disappear (except for their eyes) Can you remember which animal that was? Super cute and fun for kids learning about colors and almost a very early "search and find" book.

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