Llamaphones, Janik Coat’s much-anticipated follow-up to Hippopposites and Rhymoceros, features witty words that sound the same but are spelled differently—and have different meanings. Like the other books in the series, this one features surprising novelties, including a touch-and-feel element, making homophones an easy and fun concept to learn.
About the Author
Janik Coat is an author, illustrator, and graphic designer. She works extensively with agencies, collectives, and various French publishers. She is a frequent guest speaker at fine art schools and regularly exhibits her work in galleries. She currently resides in Paris.
**STARRED REVIEW** "French writer and illustrator Coat adds another winner to her series of clever concept books for toddlers . . . Tactile elements are added to many pages, ramping up sensory engagement for little ones. Sturdily constructed and brilliantly simple, tots won’t be bored with this board book." — Booklist
**STARRED REVIEW** "It's a trendy llama, here to introduce witty pairs of homophones with humor, tactile elements, and a whole lotta flare—erm, flair . . . These captivating llamas deliver. Readers won't be bored by this board book!" — Kirkus Reviews