“Let's Play by Leo Lionni finds two playful mice climbing a tree, eating cheese, playing dress-up and having fun all day long.” —Publishers Weekly
Let's Playby Leo Lionni
Here is a Leo Lionni book for the very youngest! “What shall we do today?” two mice ask each other. “Read a book? Pick flowers? Go swimming? Play ball? Climb a tree or gather leaves? Play hide-and-seek or dress-up? Talk on the telephone–until it’s time to say good night?” Lionni’s award-winning graphic art is at its best in… See more details below
Here is a Leo Lionni book for the very youngest! “What shall we do today?” two mice ask each other. “Read a book? Pick flowers? Go swimming? Play ball? Climb a tree or gather leaves? Play hide-and-seek or dress-up? Talk on the telephone–until it’s time to say good night?” Lionni’s award-winning graphic art is at its best in this very simple board book that begs to be shared with a baby or toddler.
- Random House Children's Books
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- Product dimensions:
- 5.25(w) x 6.68(h) x 0.60(d)
- Age Range:
- 3 Months to 2 Years
Meet the Author
Leo Lionni, an internationally known designer, illustrator, and graphic artist, was born in Holland and lived in Italy until he came to the United States in 1939. He was the recipient of the 1984 American Institute of Graphic Arts Gold Medal and was honored posthumously in 2007 with the Society of Illustrators’ Lifetime Achievement Award. His picture books are distinguished by their enduring moral themes, graphic simplicity and brilliant use of collage, and include four Caldecott Honor Books: Inch by Inch, Frederick, Swimmy, and Alexander and the Wind-Up Mouse. Hailed as “a master of the simple fable” by the Chicago Tribune, he died in 1999 at the age of 89.
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We received this book as a gift from the local assistance league while my child was sick in the hospital. She was too young to enjoy it then, but loves it now as a young toddler. The illustrations are unique and appear to be part drawn and part pieces of fabric. Each page is bright with vibrant colors. There are just a few words per page, so it is easy to keep a toddler interested (and helping to turn the pages). There are many objects that a child that is just learning to talk with recognize such as shoe, ball, telephone, and cheese. The main characters are a pair of sweet mice. We learn through reading the story about the many choices and adventures they encounter in one day. I would recommend this book to moms as a starter story for children 8 months and up.