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Reviewed by Barbara Fanson for Readers' Favorite
Find Your Nose starts with an outstanding pencil illustration by illustrator Mark Sean Wilson. He has beautiful color drawings on every page of the book as well. I especially like the close-up illustrations of the children’s faces. They capture the emotions of the children in the story. This simple, easy-to-read book seems targeted at babies and young children to Find Your Nose, and other body parts. Author Rodo Sofranac has created a fun, silly book to read with babies and young children. This rhyming book promotes interactivity because it asks children “where’s your ears?” This educational book asks about other body parts as well.
Parents have been playing Peek-a-boo with young children for decades. Find Your Nose is a colorful picture book, which combines reading with interactive games. It’s an entertaining book to have in your purse to keep children entertained whenever you’re in a waiting room, at a restaurant, on a bus, or in a long line. Author Rodo Sofranac has written a rhyming, captivating story that may help get children moving by wiggling your hips, doing a yoga pose, dancing with your feet, or pretending to sleep and feeling your chest going up and down with every breath. Can you hold your breath and make your cheeks big and round? “Find your eyes! Do they cry when you say good-bye.” Pretend you’re crying. The bold, comic illustrations by Mark Sean Wilson add color and fun to the story. The color drawings are outlined with loose thick and thin strokes of black, just like a comic book.