The imaginative and playful rhymes of I Like to Put My Food in My Welly experiment with language to comic effect, conjuring up a sequence of images that will have children in stitches. A laugh-out-loud picture book with endless surprises, perfectly complimented by Max Low’s bright and lively illustrations.
The gentle rhyming text of What can you see? will encourage young children to look at the world and appreciate the objects around them, from the everyday items found in the home, to more far off places like the jungle and sky. Reminiscent of the classic Ahlberg picture book Peepo!, What can you see? gives the same concept a contemporary twist. Young children will love pointing out all the objects mentioned in the text in Hannah Rounding’s detailed illustrations.
Jason Korsner has been a BBC radio journalist since 1994. He was a regular news reader on 5live and currently reads the news on Radio 2 and 6Music. He has been reviewing films since 1998 for BBC, UK Screen and What’s Worth Seeing as well as covering film stories about the Oscars, Golden Globes and the Cannes and London Film Festivals for 5live, Radio 2 and Radio 4. His photographs have been published in newspapers, the BBC website and What’s Worth Seeing and he has made several short films screened at festivals and in competitions. I Like to Put My Food in My Welly and What can you see? are Jason’s first books for children.