The Books

Little Bird

by Germano Zullo
Illustrated by Albertine

One Potato Review

A man, a truck and a spectacular flock of many-colored birds which apparently need releasing over the edge of a cliff. Something gets left behind. Your three-year-old may not be entirely ready for this, but they will remember it, and probably want to revisit until things start to add up. This is what happens when artists are not afraid to fly a little higher than we’re accustomed, forcing us to sometimes crane our necks. Visually stunning, yet a rally cry to always look closer: “Because little things are not made to be noticed. They are there to be discovered.”