This interactive book, which features tactile, inviting textures and plenty of lift-the-flaps throughout, invites readers to use the clues to guess what is inside each box.
In this interactive, engaging book, rhyming text and spirited illustrations invite readers to try to guess what object is hiding inside the box on each spread. Children are given clues as to the identity of the objects inside the boxes, which are decorated differently. Readers open one box that is hot and has smoke and flames pouring out of the holes; another that is wiggling around; one that is noisy; and another that is wrapped up with ribbons and a bow. Features tactile textures and lift-the-flaps throughout.
Isabel Otter is a children's book editor and writer. She grew up in rural Herefordshire and spent much of her childhood in trees. Isabel loves weaving stories and writing about the world around her. She currently lives in London.
Joaquín Camp is an Illustrator and Graphic Designer, who is a graduate of the University of Buenos Aires. Currently Joaquín teaches workshops on children's illustration in Moebius space. He is also the co-founder of Coquín, a venture dedicated to the creation of self-irrigation pots and with the goal to bring green space to small places.