Published by Candlewick
Summary: With a single sentence on each page, Carson Ellis explores the concept of home. Some of her homes are real (“Home is an apartment”), and some are fanciful (“Atlantians make their homes underwater”). Each page is beautifully illustrated with many rich details.
Pros: This book is a feast for the imagination. Kids will enjoy poring over the illustrations. There could be many ways to extend this into activities, such as researching homes around the world, or designing homes for different people or creatures.
Cons: There’s not a straightforward narrative, and kids looking at this book on their own might find it a little confusing.