Where Are You? (Hardcover)
For fans of Hervé Tullet and Leo Lionni, here is a simple, lively exploration of colors, shapes, and landscapes.
“Where are you?” Under the bridge, out of the pond, through the sandbox—these are just a few answers as a little green snake follows a little pink snake in a day at the park. Sarah Williamson’s debut picture book is both a delightfully energetic introduction to prepositions and search-and-find concepts, and a celebration of friendship and imagination. With playful text and fresh, lively illustrations, this is the perfect book to inspire young readers, artists, and explorers.
About the Author
SARAH WILLIAMSON was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She studied political philosophy at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and illustration at the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles. Shortly after graduating from the Art Center, she moved to New York to pursue illustration. She has done many illustrations for the New York Times, among other clients, and also fills in at the New York Times as a freelance art director.
"The whole is a pleasingly fresh take on concepts of up/down and above/below as well as a sometimes-challenging exercise in observation." –Kirkus
"With a large font, straightforward text, and bold illustrations against crisp, white backgrounds, this hide-and-seek picture book lends well to group storytime. Williamson’s brightly colored illustrations, rendered in watercolor and shredded paper, recall the artwork of Lois Ehlert or Leo Lionni. " –Booklist