Look. A child lies sick in bed with nothing to do but stare out the window. How boring.
Look. The neighborhood is still asleep as a plane's giant shadow flickers over the building across the street.
Look. Window blinds are being raised. A woman cooks breakfast and sends her children off to school. Birds gather on a windowsill. A black cat sneaks outside to lie in the warm sun.
Look. Now the street is busting with activity. The scene keeps changing as people go about their day.
Look. Like the child in this book, you will discover that in the world outside there's a great deal to see. And if you look very carefully you might even notice some things the child missed.
About the Author
Michael Grejniec has written and illustrated many books for children including When I Open My Eyes; What Do You Like?; Look; and Good Morning, Good Night. Born in Poland, he has lived in New York City and Toyko, Japan.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is a great title for getting kids to adhere to detail, to focus, to enhance creativity and to experience 'flow' in the arts. These are skills that are so often overlooked in education today, when there is too much concentration on 'test scores.' Everything connects very nicely in 'Look.' It is an interesting book for adults as well.