Published by Orca Book Publishers
Summary: As two sisters walk through various landscapes, the text and illustrations show how they are seen by different animals. The first pages show how the younger sister saw the world as a baby and how the nearsighted older sister sees it without her glasses. Other animals see fewer or more colors than humans, can see things from a greater distance, or have 360-degree vision. Animals are shown on land, in the water, and flying in the sky. The author’s note tells how a walk with her grandson inspired the book. 32 pages; ages 4-8.
Pros: It’s very cool to see the world as other animals see it, and the illustrations bring this to life, particularly the ones that contrast what the animal sees with what the humans are seeing. Kids are sure to find this fascinating.
Cons: Some concepts, like seeing more colors than humans, were a little tricky to show in the illustrations.