Small children are interested in everything. Even the tiniest things. Even things that adults tend to find unimportant – or disgusting. Or even dangerous. The book artist Moni Port cleverly takes on this very special perspective. Her book of things is a wonderfully carefree compendium of everyday objects, seen through the eyes of a two-year-old.
Every toddler will recognise familiar things from their exciting everyday lives, from a diaper to a puddle to a glass of milk, accidentally tipped over. The brief captions in dialogue form lead directly into conversation with young ‘readers’.
Witty, carefree and absolutely close to life: all the everyday objects making up the exciting lives of people under 100 (centimetres).