Things I Know How to Do
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- Publication Date: April 25, 2023
- Imprint: Abrams Appleseed
- Trim Size: 7 x 7
- ISBN: 9781419743276
- Page Count: 22
- Illustrations: Full-color illustrations throughout
- Rights: World/All
From award-winning author-illustrator Amy Schwartz comes this exuberant tribute to reaching milestones of all sizes—now in board book!
Count to ten!
Wear a tutu!
Kiss a boo-boo!
From beloved author-illustrator Amy Schwartz comes a tribute to growing independence, showcasing a collection of things little ones can do on their own. They’ll celebrate accomplishments big and small in this board book adaptation of 100 Things I Know How to Do.
**STARRED REVIEW**Kirkus Reviews —
"In this tour de force, Schwartz makes slice-of-life depictions of the everyday lives of young children seem like a piece of cake, belying her extraordinary skills of observation and visual characterization... Schwartz solidifies her place alongside the likes of Kate Greenaway, Gyo Fujikawa, Helen Oxenbury, Shirley Hughes, and Marla Frazee as chroniclers of little ones’ lives."
"The text’s rhythm keeps the pace lively while the gouache illustrations inject each activity with true joy and personality... There is much to recognize, relate to, and discover for children and grownups sharing this book for the first time or on repeated viewings. A poster on the back of the book jacket brings all one hundred things together into a large, countable burst of colorful activity."The Horn Book Magazine —
"Independence can be community and solitary at the same time. Children and families in these pages do things alone, or together. Schwartz makes it all look like a breeze. With dynamic sets of rhyming pairs to read aloud or all alone, this book makes the mere act of existing and doing into an all-day celebration."School Library Journal —
About the author
Amy Schwartz has written a number of award-winning picture books. She has created two New York Times Best Illustrated Children’s Books of the Year and a Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year. She has won the Christopher Award, the Charlotte Zolotow Award, and the National Jewish Book Award, among others. Schwartz was born and raised in California and now lives with her family in Brooklyn.