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Saturday, April 1, 2017

You and Me, Me and You by Miguel Tanco

Genre: Children's Picture Book
Publisher: Chronicle Kids
Release Date: April 11, 2017



A father and child fill the pages of this easy-to-read children's book. You and Me, Me and You offers a simple story about all the things a child and father do together, what they learn from one another, and how connected they are.

The illustrations were one of the first things to catch my attention. Colors are the ones recommended to parents of infants, with nothing more than shades of black, white, and yellow used throughout. The narrative is simple for beginning readers and includes lines like, "I show you how to talk to strangers..."

Overall, this is a very eye-catching and pleasing children's picture book. It's short, sends a clear message, and captures the essence of a loving relationship.

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