Let's Play House: A Book about Imagination.
by Emma Quay
Japanese edition of Let's Play House: A Book About Imagination. Panda, Owl, and Sheep search for a bigger place to play. A heart-warming picture book using fabric collage art. In Japanese. Distributed by Tsai Fong Books, Inc.
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published July 1st 2010 by Hisakata Child/Tsai Fong Books
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One of a handful of darling new "Hello, Friends!" board books featuring Panda, Sheep and Owl--best friends and partners in puddle-jumping, ice cream-yumming and dozing off. In Let's Play House, the muskateers' fort-building plans are foiled by an old foe--squashiness! Panda bails on the too-tiny house, taking the polka-dotted blanket roof with him! When Sheep and Owl censure Panda for his treachery, he boldly rejoins, "I'm not Panda...I'm a jellyfish." Panda's improvisation saves the afternoon,...more
The title describes this as "a book about imagination." I'd modify that to "a delightful, creative book about imagination." Owl, sheep and panda explore ordinary objects around them with a sense of wonder, using them in different ways that will inspire your child to play with the world anew. My daughter loves the illustrations, and loves that I do different voices for each of the three characters.