Mison Kim’s Dooleyglot books use visual priming to help young children engage with context. The right side of the spread is designed to present an object isolated in space—like most first-words books. On the left side, the same object is surrounded by an exciting, detailed, color-drenched environment. This provokes interaction with the image, as well as interaction between caregivers and children as they discover shapes, colors, and different views of the object, together.
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Earlier Event: September 27Book signing & Pies! Meet Cathy Barrow
Later Event: October 1Stephanie Dray & E Knight launch Ribbons of Scarlet