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Reviewed by Amy Raines for Readers' Favorite
Can You See What I Can See?, written by Theresa Monroe and illustrated by Aparnapandaber, shares the wonderful and imaginative things a child sees in their world of play and pretend. The brightly colored pages are easy guides to teach a child some of the early learning skills they will need, as well as teaching them to read. This book will help a child’s imagination flow with their own creative thinking and help them develop new skills and encourage children to learn more.
Can You See What I Can See? has beautiful illustrations by Aparnapandaber that will help a child grow and develop through creativity and imagination. Every character will draw a child’s attention with the bright and colorful images. I love the way the book taps into the world of pretend and plays to a child’s imagination in fun and interactive pages. The book is full of life and colors so that a child will learn at a pace that is healthy and right for their own development. I love the way Monroe and Aparnapandaber have teamed up to deliver this wonderful and educational picture book that children will undoubtedly enjoy in their early years of education.
I recommend Can You See What I Can See? to anyone with small children that love to dive into creative play and thinking. This book will easily find a place on any child’s shelf or even in a daycare, preschool or children’s library, and I hope to see many more of these five star picture books created by Monroe and Aparnapandaber.