Synopses & Reviews
Tiz and Ott are drawing themselves a house. With the scritch-scratch of her crayon, Tiz busily plants some seeds for the garden. Meanwhile, Ott lies back lazily and makes a huge splotch for the sun. Then Tiz has a big idea. With a zig, a zag, and a crash, she jolts Ott awake with a huge bolt of lightning!and#160;Together Tiz and Ott whip up a storm, but as they soon find out, a storm isnand#8217;t just lines on a page . . .
Get carried away with Tiz and Ott as they use their imaginations to brush and doodle and scribble and scrawl and splatter their way out of trouble and safely back home.and#160;and#160;
This activity book bursts with creative ideas. Using the same innovative format pioneered in the hugely successful Big Book for Little Hands, The Big Book of Shapes is crammed full of things for young children to enjoy. Readers will invent their own colorful world out of squares, circles, and triangles. The large format and spiral binding make the book easy to use. The heavy paper is suitable for pencils, felt-tip pens, crayons, and paint. A clever, fun way to encourage learning.
About the Author
Bridget Marzo is the author and illustrator of books such as The Big Book for Little Hands and The Big Book of Shapes, as well as graphic games and multimedia. She also runs writing, art, and illustration workshops for children and adults in the UK and elsewhere.