Thursday, August 27, 2009

Spot It! Beautiful patterns with hidden objects

I wrote about Mouk the French bear here. The second French children's book I love at the moment is Spot it! by Delphine Chedru.

This simple book contains a wonderful repetitive pattern on each page which hides a little animal of some sort.

There are two sea urchins hiding here.

This one hides a snail.

This one hides a peacock.

This one hides a fox.

This one a stick insect (current favourite insect in our household. We also get them occasionally in the garden).

This one is - actually I don't know - I can't remember and I can't see by looking at it. Maybe a butterfly.

This one hides an owl who is looking for his glasses.

Aren't the patterns exquisite? They could be used for fabric curtains or cushion covers. I especially like the red and white peacock one.


Lee said...

What a great book! I love the snail pattern. Lee :)

mise @ pretty far west said...

That's really charming, and in my house would qualify for supervised reading so as not to get scribbled over.

C.T. said... I blind??? Where!! But I do like the patterns A LOT.

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