It Might be an Apple by Shinsuke Yoshitake
  

Synopsis

It Might be an Apple by Shinsuke Yoshitake

It Might Be an Apple is a boisterous, philosophical shaggy dog story for young children - and probably a few adults. The story follows a child's hilarious, wildly inventive train of thought through all the things an apple might be if it is not, in fact, an apple. Distrusting the apple's convincing appearance, the child's imagination spirals upwards and outwards into a madcap fantasy world - maybe it's a star from outer space with tiny aliens on board? Perhaps it wants a cool hairstyle? Does it feel scared, or snore at night? Children can see what all these crazy, funny things might look like. This book is not only huge fun, but it also encourages a questioning, challenging approach to the world around us.

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Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Shinsuke Yoshitake
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Publisher

Thames & Hudson Ltd

Publication date

6th April 2015

ISBN

9780500650486


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