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By Olivier Tallec | Comments: ( 926 ) | Date: ( Apr 04, 2020 )

In this charming book, each page asks the reader a question about the lineup of characters featured on the spread Sharp eyes and keen observation are necessary There s only one right answer, and it s not always easy Kids will love learning early concepts like expressions and positions as a natural consequence of their hunt for clues in the details of the lineup It s aIn this charming book, each page asks the reader a question about the lineup of characters featured on the spread Sharp eyes and keen observation are necessary There s only one right answer, and it s not always easy Kids will love learning early concepts like expressions and positions as a natural consequence of their hunt for clues in the details of the lineup It s a book for all audiences the seek and find call to action on every page makes Who Done It a wonderful lap or parent read, while the whimsical art, distinctive horizontal format, and hip exposed board ensures this book will be equally appealing as engaging coffee table d cor.

  • Title: Who Done It?
  • Author: Olivier Tallec
  • ISBN: 9781452141985
  • Page: 176
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Olivier Tallec

Olivier Tallec was born in Brittany, France, in 1970.Tallec graduated from the cole Sup rieure des Arts Appliqu s Duperr in Paris and worked in advertising as a graphic designer before devoting himself to illustration His work has appeared in many newspapers and magazines, and he has illustrated than sixty books for children Olivier Tallec lives in Paris.

Comments Who Done It?

  • Cheryl

    Will the puzzles be too easy? Should the answers not be given, because after life isn't as easy as stories? Would this be good for kids on the autism spectrum?Some are easy, some require more skill & patience. Yes, the answers are the answers - this is book about observation, not about situational ethics or whatever. Yes, I do believe children on the spectrum could practice their social algorithms by reading this.Plus it's cute and fun for anyone. I read the horizontally formatted 'sturdy' b [...]

  • Kathy

    My kids enjoyed this. Each page has several suspects lined up. You look at each suspect to determine who has done something? None of them are particularly difficult to figure out. The one who played with a mean cat has scratches on her face. The one who ate all the jam has red smudges on their face. Not really a book that can be read over and over again but fun the first couple of times. Wish it was longer. Unique design with a thick cardboard cover. Unsolicited review copy received.

  • Carrie Charley Brown

    Adorable. Kids will enjoy this, especially the youngest. I was waiting for a surprise to come at the end to provide a climax and wrap it all up, but discovered it really is more of a concept book. Fun! It's fresh and interactive. The simple text will also enable early readers to read independently and it can prompt discussion of the uses of who, who's, and whose.

  • Pam ☼Because Someone Must Be a Thorn☼ Tee

    First, this is a tall, thin book that you read sideways. The pages are paired and at the top of the top page is a question such as "Who didn't get enough sleep?" or "Who ate all the jam?"Beneath that text is the first line of possible culprits. There's also another line of suspects on the next page.What makes these vignettes so engaging are the expressions and activities of the characters. Each child or critter bears little similarity to his buddies. They might be wearing a mask or banging on a [...]

  • Scottsdale Public Library

    This is a small group reading favorite! It is great for cognitive development and foundational reading skills such as narrative skills, dialogic reading, and vocabulary. Putting together the picture clues to create the story of what happened was very exciting for my pre-k, kinder, and third grader. They immediately wanted to read the next book, "Who? What? Where?". --Alexis S.

  • Bianca Smith

    A very basic book. While reading (with adult family members) ignored the illustrations and asked which family member "done it".

  • Esutterlin

    I loved the charming simple but captivating art and the straight forward questions. I loved the requirement to engage and to observe, to think and to guess or to talk. However, I did NOT like at all giving the "right" answers at the end. Too limiting, proscriptive, and teaching oversimplified reality that you can always tell by looking who is in love, who feels guilty, and who is hurting by physical exterior signs, that is not always true. I would have strongly preferred no answers, and let the [...]

  • Erik This Kid Reviews Books

    This was a fun book. Even though it is meant for toddlers, it is still a great activity, as some of the answers aren’t that obvious. Anyone with a keen eye or toddlers who like a good mystery, will love this book. Mr. Tallec has created an original book that kids will love to read and play along with! I like how there is a nice mix between animals, objects and kids in the illustrations. The cool thing is that the book is part-board book and part-normal book, with thick covers and thin pages. T [...]

  • Terry

    Once my daughter caught on, she enjoyed it. A few of the scenarios she didn't get, which makes me think this would be best for elementary school aged children. Even so, she still had fun with it and asked to read it again. It is different than any book that I've ever read. I liked that my daughter and I could interact and discuss which one was the right one.Pros: What fun for curious minds and budding detectives! Who Done It? is an interactive and engaging read aloud that can be use for many thi [...]

  • America Grelinger

    Thanks to Chronicle and BooksandWhatNot for a Galley copy.My full review can be found at BooksandwhatnotThis crafty little book allowed you to teach your child how to see who was guilty of both physical and mental anguish. The characters allow you to discuss why a character may be happy or sad, or how they may feel when they are the one who spills their milk. It is such a simple concept, but turned sideways and hidden within the concrete, solid walls of a book you can take places without the fea [...]

  • Vernon Area Public Library KIDS

    A book for all ages! Every spread asks the reader a funny question like “Who forgot their swimsuit?” to “Who played with the mean cat?” The reader must use the lineup of charming pictures to answer it. There is only one correct answer to the questions and it isn’t always so easy to identify. This book is a great lap read. The detail art and distinct horizontal format makes this one stand out above the rest of the search and finds released this year. Reviewed by Emily MacNiff, Youth Ser [...]

  • Liz

    I bought this book for my library because the description of puzzles sounded interesting and in theory, it would be a very neat book. I didn't like the execution, however, as I thought the illustrations were mostly too subtle. I also did not appreciate the puzzle "Who played with that mean cat?" that showed a girl with bloody cuts all over her face. I thought it was unnecessarily insulting to cats!

  • Quinsheeda

    I really enjoyed this book, I think it would be great for an interactive story time.

  • LynnDee (The Library Lush)

    Too cute!

  • Chrissy

    Funny and silly, but hard to use with a big group. Fun for one on one.

  • Emily

    A goofy line up book where kids can practice observation and guessing! Some are easy, others are harder- some can be embarrassing (who couldn't hold it).

  • pati

    Who likes this book? I do!

  • Stefanie Kellum

    Fantastic book for teaching emotions and expressions to small children. Loved it.

  • Nathalie S

    The premise of this picture book is to help the child identify various emotions and activities such as "Who is in love", "Who couldn't hold it", "Who ate all the jam" to name a few. The illustrations are simple and humorous. I like the fact that, in this fast moving world, the child is asked to stop, observe and try to read clues and body language. This is a great read together book which could spark fun and interesting conversations with a child!

  • Sheree

    Fun and engaging for toddlers. The simple artwork is delightful. My 2 ½ year old grandson loves this book. We have been revisiting this for months, and now that he is nearly 3, instead of merely pointing to the one who "did it", I hold the book farther away and he has to describe to me the one who did it, so it solicits more words and is a fun activity. Oliver Tallec is a favorite!

  • Kim

    Really fun, short picture book that can help young people not intuitively aware of facial expressions and other non-verbal signals learn what those signals sometimes look like. Fun for kids who like an interactive book, paying attention, and the joy of successfully finding the answer(s.)

  • Kevin Summers

    I wish that more picture books were interactive like this book.

  • Sagan

    I didn't like it the first time I read it but if you read it with another person it's better. --Sagan (6)

  • Leanda

    Good! But a little over CA's head! Save for later!

  • Connie T.

    A cute book that encourages children to infer meaning through closely looking at pictures.

  • Pam

    Readers need to study the pictures to answer the question on each page. Lots of fun and students will need to look carefully.

  • Miss Sarah

    A simple toddler and up book where each two page spread asks a question and shows you eight aniamls or people who might answer it. You find the right one

  • Misbah

    Cute little book where you have to find out who done it based on the description and characters. Nice for little kids.

  • Karin

    Plot summary and personal response:This is a wonderful, Baker's Dozen-nominated, concept and search book. The theme of the book is simplistic, with each two-page spread containing one question about the characters on the pages. The concept is that the child must read (or listen carefully, if the book is read to them), understand the question, and then seek out the answer by examining the illustrations and looking for visual clues (which indicate that a particular character represents "the correc [...]

  • Ivy Wesner

    Plot: This vertically displayed nominated Baker’s Dozen picture book emphasizes on emotional, embarrassing, and situational events in which the reader must identify/choose the character whom “Done It.” The 12 situations ask the question “Who…” and the reader chooses from nine characters to answer the question. The answers to each of the questions are displayed on the last page.Literary Merit: Who Done It? taps into the process of using context/picture clues to identify the answer to [...]

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