Eyeball Alphabet Book
by Pallotta, Jerry; Bersani, Shennen (ILT)






"This alphabet book about animals and their eyes has an idiom that includes the word "eye" on every page."-





Jerry Pallotta is the author of more than twenty alphabet books, including The Crab Alphabet Book, The Sea Mammal Alphabet Book, The Icky Bug Alphabet Book, The Butterfly Alphabet Book, and The Beetle Alphabet Book, as well as more than twenty math books, a holiday series, an early-reader series, and a US military series.

Shennen Bersani is the author and illustrator of Achoo! Why Pollen Counts. She has also illustrated many books for children, including Butterfly Colors and Counting and Ocean Counting: Odd Numbers; Astro: The Steller Sea Lion; Sea Slime and It's Eeuwy, Gooey and Under The Sea; and Icky Bug Shapes.





The eyes have it in Pallotta‚??s latest playful and informative ABC. Bersani follows up the spectacular illustrations in Not a Butterfly Alphabet Book (2019) with another set of equally bright, bold, and this time literally eye-catching close-ups to go with Pallotta‚??s alphabetical assortment of ocular animal facts. Pallotta offers specific observations on the eyesight of creatures from giant squid to spider while also contrasting the general benefits of monocular and binocular vision, describing three types of tears, and casting glances at other vision-related facts, such as a fly‚??s compound eyes and a python‚??s thermal sensors. Both author and illustrator tuck in extras, including, for each letter, a thematically related figure of speech like "get some shut-eye" and "to see eye to eye" and a gallery of goofy eyeglasses, and they occasionally dart off topic ("N" is represented by "Night Crawler," for instance: "They never need to visit an eye doctor!"). The statement that "having no eyesight is called blindness" may be glaringly simplistic, but that‚??s an isolated blink in a generally illuminating overview. A bulleted list of savvy advice for proper peeper care at the close is worth taking a gander at. Occasionally loses focus but rich in eye-opening facts and eye-candy art. (Informational picture book. 7-9) Copyright Kirkus 2021 Kirkus/BPI Communications. All rights reserved.





The eyes have it in Pallotta‚??s latest playful and informative ABC. Bersani follows up the spectacular illustrations in Not a Butterfly Alphabet Book (2019) with another set of equally bright, bold, and this time literally eye-catching close-ups to go with Pallotta‚??s alphabetical assortment of ocular animal facts. Pallotta offers specific observations on the eyesight of creatures from giant squid to spider while also contrasting the general benefits of monocular and binocular vision, describing three types of tears, and casting glances at other vision-related facts, such as a fly‚??s compound eyes and a python‚??s thermal sensors. Both author and illustrator tuck in extras, including, for each letter, a thematically related figure of speech like "get some shut-eye" and "to see eye to eye" and a gallery of goofy eyeglasses, and they occasionally dart off topic ("N" is represented by "Night Crawler," for instance: "They never need to visit an eye doctor!"). The statement that "having no eyesight is called blindness" may be glaringly simplistic, but that‚??s an isolated blink in a generally illuminating overview. A bulleted list of savvy advice for proper peeper care at the close is worth taking a gander at. Occasionally loses focus but rich in eye-opening facts and eye-candy art. (Informational picture book. 7-9) Copyright Kirkus 2021 Kirkus/BPI Communications. All rights reserved.






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