Black? White! Day? Night!: A Book of Opposites

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Roaring Brook Press, Oct 3, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
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Having explored the alphabet (The Hidden Alphabet), colors (Lemons Are Not Red), and emotions (Walter Was Worried), Laura Vaccaro Seeger turns her extraordinary talents to opposites in this bright, colorful and imaginative book. Through a  series of ingenious die-cut pages, the reader discovers things that are the opposite of what they seem: A black bat transformed into a white ghost, a sunny day that becomes a starry night. Posed as a series of 18 questions and answers, Black? White! Day? Night! is sure to be a big success with small children everywhere.

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User Review  - SamiRomanecz - LibraryThing

I chose this book because it was one that was in my classroom. If you're looking for a short, and colorful predictable book, this is the book for you. It teaches the children the concept of opposites ... Read full review

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User Review  - BKPietz - LibraryThing

I thought this book was fun. The die-cut pictures are very clever. By using lots of varied concepts she shows us that there are opposites everywhere we look. I actually preferred the art style of the ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

An Emmy-award-winning artist and now an acclaimed author of three previous books  Laura Vaccaro Seeger lives close to New York City with her husband, Chris, and their sons, Drew and Dylan, and their dog, Copper, the subject of her next book.

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