I fell in love with this book after the first few pages. The sweet, calm fashion of this book had soon expanded and now, I was feeling the same way. The situation was all too familiar for me and if only I could turn back time, it could have been me in that room, answering those questions.
Everything in this book made it perfect for me. The way the book was laid out, its illustrations, and its text; everything had its proper place and time.
As I watched the adult male in the illustrations, I liked how his movements changed from one illustration to the next. I think his movements added a great deal to the book. There are other small changes that were taking place in this bedroom scene, changes that were very important, changes that our eyes noticed automatically.
The questions that the young child asked, reminded me of ones that my own children would inquire about when they were younger. The constant questioning, the layer-upon-layer of mindful thinking. When would they stop? The answers came back in a creative response. The adult even linked some of his responses together. With fantastic illustrations in mixed-media tones, the illustrations complement the tone of the text, and they make you stop and take notice of them.
A brilliant and sweet book, a book that I cannot get enough of. It’s definitely a book that you’ll want to share.