Highly interactive book with die-cuts throughout that are ideal for developing visual awareness, creativity, and imagination.
What do you get when you overlap a triangle with a square or a circle with a star? Watch the wonder unfold as infants and toddlers touch, feel and explore this captivating, colorful, tactile book. With each turn of a page, shapes overlap and fascinating, bold patterns and new shapes emerge, to the delight of children and adults alike. This is perfect book for occupying busy minds and little fingers. From the innovative children's author, Hervé Tullet, and part of the beloved Let's Play Games series of board books, The Game of Shapes will expand a child's creativity, stimulating thought and imagination.
Featuring thick board pages that are perfect for little hands to hold and turn. Encourages young ones to exercise fine motor skills in the context of humour and play.
From the hand and mind of Hervé Tullet, author of Press Here (over 1 million copies sold worldwide and a The New York Times bestseller for 3 years running).
Part of the 'Let's Play Games' series, which offers a range of thought-provoking concepts, formats, and visuals for young children, and has sold more than 250,000 copies worldwide.
The perfect gift for pre-school children.
About the Author
Hervé Tullet (b. 1958) published his first book for children in 1994 and is now recognized as one of the world's most innovative children's authors. Known in France as 'the prince of preschool books', Tullet takes the concept of reading to a new level, inviting young minds to think imaginatively, independently and creatively. His titles include New York Times bestseller Press Here, as well as I am Blop!, The Big Book of Art, The Giant Game of Sculpture and the 'Let's Play Games' series of board books for young children, published by Phaidon. He lives in Paris.
"French-y and artistic, these cool board books will pique the interest of hip parents and their bébés." —Real Simple on Hervé Tullet
"Instantly engage the child from the very beginning... it is clear to see that they go far beyond the realms of everyday books; enlightening, inspiring and exciting children." —Family Fun Guide on Hervé Tullet
"Hervé 's work is a sumptuous visual assault to the eyes, a stylized celebration of color, of pattern, of textures. ...the brevity of text is precisely what brings the books to life." —Junior on Hervé Tullet
"The French author/illustrator is a master at understanding what fascinates young minds" —UrbanFamily—-