At the Park by Salina Yoon

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In At the Park, babies will find a bright yellow flower, a sparkling purple icecream cone, and a shiny orange and green sailboat in this first words book that features die-cuts and eye-catching foil. A beautiful way to bring scenes from every day activities to life!

 

About Salina Yoon

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Salina Yoon is the award-winning creator of over a hundred and fifty innovative novelty books for young children, specializing in formats that are unique and interactive. Publishers Weekly has described Salina Yoon's books as clever, fresh, funny, and smart. Ms. Yoon has published with Scholastic Inc., Simon & Schuster, Penguin Young Readers Group, Random House, and Running Press.
 
Published January 1, 2011 by Feiwel & Friends. 12 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books.

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A collaboration among the composers Paul Haas, Bora Yoon and Paul Fowler, “Arco” borrows a couple of concepts from pop music: the mash-up, in which unrelated pieces are melded together, and the remix, which embellishes and reconstitutes familiar music.

Feb 17 2011 | Read Full Review of At the Park

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This diminutive board book uses die-cut shapes and sparkly foil to introduce readers to common objects in a park, which are accompanied by simple labels.

Jun 20 2011 | Read Full Review of At the Park

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