Readers can choose to start from the perpevtive of the Spots or the Dots in this clever picture book illustrated by award-winning artist Marion Deuchars.
The Spots live on one side of the hill. The Dots live on the other. Both are fearful and suspicious of the other, but are they really all that different? When a young Spot and a young Dot meet at the top of the hill, they are about to find out... Flip the book upside down and choose whether to read from the perspective of the Spots or the Dots, right up until the middle, where the two communities collide. Find the similarities in others and celebrate the differences with this stunning picture book with artwork from award-winning illustrator Marion Deuchars.
- Flip the book upside down and choose whether to read from the perspective of the Spots or the Dots, right up until the middle spread, where the two collide.
- This story showcases a vital and timely message about acceptance, finding the similarities in others and celebrating the differences, tackling the key twin issues of racism and xenophobia.
- Helen Baugh’s relevant and stirring text sits perfectly with Marion Deuchar’s striking artwork.