Dot, Stripe, Squiggle is a beautifully illustrated, read-aloud friendly book that teaches babies how to recognize patterns. Miriam Nerlove’s brilliant sea creatures bring simple shapes to life. With just four words total, Sarah Grace Tuttle uses punctuation to make this a real page-turner. This is a wonderful book, made to be read again and again!
~ Eight Cousins
Holiday Pick 2018— From Holiday Picks 2018
Some creatures have dots. Some have stripes. Some have squiggles. Some creatures have dots and stripes. Some have dots and squiggles. And some have all three—dots, stripes, and squiggles! A simple and striking board book, this innovative introduction to patterns and shapes features nine extraordinary sea creatures (which are identified at the end), bringing the marine world to life.
About the Author
Sarah Grace Tuttle first fell in love with the ocean on trips to the beach as a child. With a degree in environmental studies and an MFA in writing for children, she is still enthralled by the beauty of the marine world. She lives in Massachusetts.
Miriam Nerlove has spent years painting different animals. She lives with her family outside Chicago. Visits to the Shedd Aquarium helped her study marine animals and their environs. This is her first book for Creative Editions.