Friendship Carousel (Hardcover)
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Hop on board! Are you ready to ride? Part board book, part toy, the Friendship Carousel is complete fun!
Readers are invited to flip the pages of this playful carousel book for a ride that celebrates friends, both big and small. Then tie the ribbon for merry-go-round fun that never ends!
TOYLIKE GIFT: This eye-catching novelty book is unlike anything you've ever seen—it has a peekaboo front cover, shaped pages, a 3-dimensional heart on each page, and a lush ribbon closure. With a toylike object quality, this irresistibly tactile book is perfect for reading, playing, and displaying.
CELEBRATING FRIENDSHIP: On each spread, the simple yet poignant text celebrates friendship ("Friends help you find your wings."). And, as each pair of friends comes together, they literally form a tactile, 3-dimensional heart. After all, when we come together in friendship, love emerges, binding us together.
STAR DESIGN TALENT: Instantly recognizable for her cute critters and Technicolor palette, Instagram-influencer Suzy Ultman's aesthetic has the flavor of Wes Anderson with a dash of kawaii cuteness.
GREAT GIFT: This sweet book celebrating friendship is a perfect gift for Valentine's Day, International Friendship Day, and every day!
CAROUSEL FUN: A carousel book, with a carousel theme—it doesn't get much more fun than that. First, read the book. Second, tie the ribbon to make a carousel shape with this carousel-themed book. Third, put it on display to admire!
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About the Author
Suzy Ultman is an artist, doodler, designer, and crafter. She has lived on three different continents and embraced the culture and communities of each, allowing them to influence her visual aesthetic. Suzy Ultman grew up playing in the woods and collecting stickers with her two sisters. Today she's a crafty girl—she loves to bake, sew, and build—while bird-watching with her kids in their backyard "nature channel" keeps her balanced. She lives in Columbus, Ohio, with her family.
“...a meditation on love and friendship.” — School Library Journal