Kids ages 4-7 will get lost in the visually stunning, imaginative world of this wordless picture book
In this colorful and moving portrait told from the up-close perspectives of a young girl and a grasshopper, a garden comes alive creatures, plants, and surprises of nature.
While investigating and admiring the insects in her garden, the girl discovers how her actions impact the little creatures: she finds a caterpillar inside a pea pod. She places the caterpillar on an anthill, and the ants swarm it
When she captures a grasshopper, she discovers one of its legs has fallen off. To keep it safe from the ants, she places it in a jar--only for another curious creature to come investigate.
As the day progresses, the girl learns the profound effect she can have on the natural world around her.
Grasshopper reveals to readers a remarkable perspective on the natural world--and the importance of respecting the creatures who call it their home.
Author: Tatiana Ukhova
Publisher: Greystone Kids
Binding Type: Hardcover
Size: 11.10h x 8.50w x 0.60d
Audience: Ages 4-8
Publishers Weekly 03/01/2021
Kirkus Reviews 04/15/2021
About the Author
TATIANA UKHOVA has a degree in finance, but her desire to be an artist has led her to study drawing, color theory, and illustration over the last ten years. She was born in Moscow and still lives there. This is her first book.