The Schuberts are back with a normal/crazy, hot/cold book of opposites
From the first moment of seeing the terrier in The Umbrella, it was clear that the Schuberts have a knack for capturing expressive animals. In Opposites, the Schuberts have a blast as they present contrasts far beyond big and small. Best of all, the Schuberts let their imaginations fly as high as a crocodile – or perhaps flying crocodiles only occur in Schubert books? A multitude of details will ensure requests for repeat readings.
‘… a marvellous treat for the senses; masterful drafting and splendid colour make every spread worth lingering over.’Publishers Weekly
– Publishers Weekly
‘The paintings excel at showing the different landscapes and depicting movement. What a great journey!’School Library Journal
– School Library Journal
A USBBY Outstanding International Book for Young People