Did You Ever See? by Joanna Walsh


Did You Ever See? by Joanna Walsh

Have you ever sped past in such a hurry that everything you passed was soft and blurry? And did you ever squeeze your eyes so tight that you saw lots of dots of coloured light? In Did You Ever See? Joanna Walsh vividly illustrates the world through the eyes of a small child looking at things for the first time, inviting children and adults to playfull explore the sense of sight. Pondering how things can look tiny from above, enormous from below, backwards in a mirror, wobbly through water, and blurry from a distance, Did You Ever See? appeals immediately to the senses of young readers and puts into words a variety of visual experiences. Children will be inspired to take notice of both what and how they see the world around them, gaining new perspectives as they do.

About the Author

JOANNA WALSH is a witty, inventive and highly individual picture book writer and
illustrator, as well as an accomplished graphic designer. The Biggest Kiss is her first
picture book text for Simon and Schuster. She is also the author/illustrator of All
Asleep and Amos Jellybean Gets it Right (Hodder). A graduate of Central St
Martin's Illustration course, her editorial work includes commissions from the
Guardian, Elle Decoration, the Sunday Times and the New York Times.

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32 pages


Joanna Walsh
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Publication date

3rd March 2016



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