A good children’s book is timeless. That is certainly the case for Do You See What I See? and Do You Hear What I Hear? by Helen Borten, which we spotted on the shelves this weekend.
Both are iconic 1960s children’s books, returning to the market in 2016 pretty much unchanged, which is testament to the concept and the imagery all those decades ago.
Bold colours, wonderful period illustrations and some lovely poetic descriptions of each of those vintage works, all of which brings the world around them and sounds around them to life in large format book form.
Both are lovely things to own, but more importantly, great introductions to shapes, colour and indeed art for little people.
Both books retail for £12.08 online.