"Colorful collages present a pleasing balance of white space, interesting patterns, bright solids, and stylized shapes. (Well-read readers will find subtle references to Eric Carle.) [Thao Lam] orchestrates suspense and comedy...there are multiple reasons to return to the beginning, not the least of which is the impulse to figure out how to mimic such clever compositions." - Kirkus Reviews, STARRED REVIEW
"The varied scenes and Skunk's comic expressions will keep the youngest readers entertained, offering gentle thrills and plenty of laughs as they observe his unusual predicament." - Booklist
"The skunk's changing emotions are easy to read, and the possibilities of flight are thoroughly and playfully explored." - Publishers Weekly
"An interactive delight... Highly recommended." - Canadian Review of Materials
"It's fun to see where the skunk goes... There aren't any words in this book but you know what's happening because the pictures tell the story. I love this book." - Liesel, Age 4, Kids Book Buzz
"Skunk on a String's delightful storyline relies on visual literacy, thus making it accessible to readers at even the earliest stages of their reading journey." - The National Reading Campaign
"Features clever collage illustrations in bright colours and patterns that expertly move the tale along... With its light and funny story, Skunk on a String is certain to get laughs out of kids of all ages." - Canadian Children's Book News
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