A World of Opposites
Join Gray Malin as he explores the concept of opposites through his eye-popping photographs taken from Antarctica to Africa. Readers will delight in journeying from the barren desert landscape of Namibia (DRY) to the crashing teal waves of the Australian ocean (WET). His bright and colorful photographs hold heaps of kid appeal, making this the perfect gift for satisfying young readers’ sense of imagination and innate desire to learn more about the world.
Gray Malin is a photographer best known for his aerial beach photography, which he has transformed into a lighthearted, conversation-igniting, joyful brand. His work’s sense of adventure and escapism has turned him into a household name. He lives in Los Angeles.
What I loved: For children who enjoy observing and studying details. The opposite terms are simple but can be used as learning tools, and the texture on them is really great as a nice touch. The photographs feature different animals, locations, and objects, making this a fantastic visual journey. Images of real vs. cartoon settings, people, and animals are really great for young readers, and this definitely holds appeal for that. This would be delightful as a coffee table style book also, but the target of young children is definitely on-point.
Final verdict: Full of stunning photographs, A WORLD OF OPPOSITES is a great exploration of the world as well as opposite terms. Fun for toddlers and preschoolers who will enjoy observing the unique and lovely photos.