Each page has several circles filled in with a color that overlap with other pages and colors to create the spectrum of colors apparent from the closed book. As such, it’s interesting to see them build together to create new colors. Whether held up to the light or not, this is a fun exploration of colors.
What I loved: The text to image ratio is great for young and short attention spans, and the rhyming phrases are as lovely for young ears as the images are to the eyes. Elegant and beautiful, this could be a coffee table book to be enjoyed by people of all ages. The book and colored circles are very sturdy, standing up to the roughest of young readers. The text explores the role of sunlight across the natural world including growth of food and flowers and impacts on the water in a simple, approachable way.
Final thoughts: This beautiful and elegant board book is enjoyable for many ages with developing and overlapping colors that shine through with light like stained glass. Accompanied by rhyming phrases of the impacts of light on the earth, this is a delightful and quick exploration for young readers that they will want to read again and again. I would recommend for young toddlers who will appreciate the sturdiness and fast pace.