In this book, jazzy bright animals are lined up on each spread, with a question heading at the top. In "Who's hiding?", we see the critters displayed on a brilliant yellow background; the brilliant yellow reindeer's antlers and features are all we can see. In "Who's crying?", it takes some browsing before savvy kids point to the rabbit (who appears to be "blue" in more than one sense). Other categories include "Who's angry?", "Who has horns?", "Who's backwards?", "Who's sleeping?" (all interspersed with different colored "Who's hiding?" spreads) and the biggest puzzle of all: "Who's who?", which is eyes only on a black background. (Luckily, there's an answer key for each spread--extremely helpful for the "Who's who?" question!)
This book is a clever and simple winner. Young children will get a kick out of the games on each page, plus they'll learn the animals' names, colors, names for emotions/situations, and enjoy the simple illustrations.