Llamaphones features a selection of homophones – words that sound the same but have different meanings – as shown by a llama. For example, on the double page spread of Rose and Rows, Rose shows a llama with a rose in its mouth, while Rows is illustrated by a llama with striped green and white rows. Tactile elements make this an engaging book for little hands, while an older reader might enjoy the subtle humor in the simple illustrations.
~ Eight Cousins
Holiday Pick 2018— From Holiday Picks 2018
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"French writer and illustrator Coat adds another winner to her series of clever concept books for toddlers . . . Tactile elements are added to many pages, ramping up sensory engagement for little ones. Sturdily constructed and brilliantly simple, tots won’t be bored with this board book."
"It's a trendy llama, here to introduce witty pairs of homophones with humor, tactile elements, and a whole lotta flare—erm, flair . . . These captivating llamas deliver. Readers won't be bored by this board book!"
— Kirkus Reviews