It Looked Like Spilt Milk by Charles G. Shaw (Board)
Is it a squirrel, a tree, a brirthday cake, or just Spilt Milk? Young readers will be kept guessing until the surprise ending! It Looked Like Spilt Milk by Charles G. Shaw is a perrenial favorite is now available in a board book edition.
"Sometimes it looked like a rabbit. But it wasn't a Rabbit." Simple pictures and repetetive text with a classic conceot prove to be the perfect combination to engage young minds and encourage participation. This book offers a challenge to children which has no wrong answers and teaches new and interesting vocabulary words.
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About The Author/Illustrator
Adapted from Wikipedia
A significant figure in American abstract art, Charles G. Shaw enjoyed a varied career as a writer and illustrator, poet, modernist painter, and collector. Born to a wealthy family and orphaned at a young age, Charles and his twin brother were raised by their uncle, Frank D. Shaw. At age nine, he was already an avid painter and had illustrated his first book, The Costumes of Nations. He also wrote and illustrated the children's book, It Looked Like Spilt Milk, published in 1947.
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