Book Review: Homes by Hector Dexet

*I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.*
Title: Homes
Author: Hector Dexet
Publisher: Laurence King Publishing
Publication Date: April 14, 2020
ISBN: 9781786276162

Synopsis from Goodreads:
From villages and desert islands to tree trunks and haunted houses, explore a huge range of different homes in this charming board book. With peep-through holes throughout, there’s a fun surprise on every page.

Homes was an incredibly fun read for Little Worn Pages and I! The brightly coloured images throughout caught and held his attention. The drawing style is engaging, silly, and simple–the perfect blend for young readers. The peep-through cut out holes made for easy grabbing spots for little fingers and are creative little hints at what’s to come on the next page. The book explores different homes, from human homes to animal homes. There is a whole lot of fun both in the written story and the imagery. I’m happy to be adding this one to the collection.

Happy reading!

Published by wornpagesandink

Hi! I'm Jaaron. I'm a book-obsessed blogger, writer, reader, coffee-drinker, and dog-lover. I have a B.A.H. in English Literature and a post-graduate diploma in Book and Magazine publishing. I've been fortunate to have worked in both trade and educational publishing. If you have any recommendations for excellent reads, let me know!

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