*Every Thursday we introduce you to another quick bedtime story (or book review) from our family’s favorite resident reptile – Baby Frederico. His backstory can be found here. Enjoy!
Baby Frederico loves his Momma Mia and Papá Frita, his buddy Grenelda the Grasshopper, blue crayons, popcorn and…books about insects. Here is something new:
May 16, 2014
Here is another of my favorite books by one of the greatest children’s authors and illustrators ever- Leo Lionni. My Papa Frita has read this book to me so many times I have it memorized!
So today, let’s make a list of some of the great things I love about Inch by Inch (1960, Alfred Knopf).
1. There is nothing like a good book of words AND drawings, all in the same place. This book does that on EVERY page.
2. There’s a very “green as an emerald” inchworm in this book, and you know how much I love small green animals.
3. The book is written from the point of view of a very smart inchworm. He can outwit all kinds of inchworm-hungry birds.
4. The most important part of the book is that it explains how a clever solution exists for most any problem.
There all kinds of fascinating birds in this book and the illustrations were all made using collage, colored pencil and crayon! I love all three of those things!
Reading is it,