See Hear

USD $17.99

There’s Magic all around you. What can you see? What can you hear?

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This innovative flip-format picture book is a sequel to the best-selling Smile Cry. Piglet, Bunny and Cat return in a charming, whimsical sensory adventure. From watching ‘squiggly rain’ on a window to pointing out ‘heavenly horses’ in the clouds, from hearing the ‘buzzing blossoms’ of bees at work to ‘hot pan sizzles’ as a favourite meal is prepared, See Hear invites us to open our eyes and ears to the everyday magic that surrounds us. Perfect for ages 3 and upwards.

SPECIFICATIONS: Hardback | 215 x 288 mm / 8 ½ x 11 ¼ Inches  | Colour | 32 Pages|

Salt 1065, March 2018
Interview with Fiona Cameron
“I am intrigued by this new picture book, a beginner’s book of senses”  Click here to listen

My Book Corner, June 2018
“The delicate, careful use of onomatopoeia is quite poetic. Fabulous phrases are given life  via Jess Racklyeft’s absorbing illustrations..” – Click here to read in full.


Just So Stories
“From the dream team that brought you Smile Cry (Crystal Kite Award 2017 and 2017 CBC Notable Book) comes another beautiful and whimsical book for little people. A sensory exploration of the world around us using the senses of sight and hearing is a perfect way to have children calm from their busy day.” – Click here to read in full.


In The Good Books
This is a great beginner’s book about the senses.– Click here to read in full.


Early Childhood Book Reviews
From watching ‘squiggly rain’ as it hits the window or hearing ‘buzzing blossoms’ as bees collect pollen and nectar I really enjoyed how this story explores all the little, everyday wonderful things around us (that maybe we take for granted). It was nice to talk about this with my kids and ask them things they hear, or see when they’re exploring their surroundings. – Click here to read in full.


The Daily Telegraph
Small children will love getting halfway through this whimsical picture book and being able to “flip” it around to read a new story … Alliterations such as the “flying feathers” and “buzzing blossoms” and the onomatopoeic narrative really makes this tale of Piglet, Bunny and Cat come to life.” – Click here to read in full


Kid’s Book Review
“the incredibly clever and innovative sequel to the award-winning picture book Smile Cry.– Click here to read in full.


The Bottom Shelf Edu Blogger
“imagine how it could be used to encourage young writers to bring depth and richness to their words, to explore the world of metaphor and simile, to really look and listen and feel and taste and then share that with their readers. Start by having each contribute a new page for the book, making the common uncommon,; the stereotype original; the banal beautiful. Watch their writing grow! Such riches in an exquisite combination of author and illustrator that goes so far beyond the usual eyes see, ears hear books for this age group.” Click here to read in full.

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