This is gold and will have that baby in your lap making those wide-eyed “ooh” faces, as synapses fire happily in their brain.
A funky large-format first book for babies of words and pictures. Basic and familiar shapes move on to a wider world of story and wonder. A wordless picture book.
Written by Janik Coat
Aleph is the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet—or maybe a nickname for a toy elephant.
Through powerful graphic images, contrasting colours and a thoughtful progression, Aleph moves from basic shapes and familiar objects to a wider world, full of story, character and wonder.
Janik Coat’s unforgettable illustrations are perfect for sharing with babies—big, simple images with instant appeal.
The perfect first book for babies
Country of Origin France Reader Age 0-2 year, 2-5 year Book Size N/A 25 × 26 cm ISBN Aleph 9781776572052
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Travis Jonker of School Library Journal –
‘The Most Astonishingly Unconventional Children’s Books of 2019’
It’s unconventional for its simplicity. A book for the very young, it contains page after page of stark, bold images of common shapes, objects, and animals, presented wordlessly. If you have a hip friend with a new baby, this is the book to gift.