2016, Chronicle Books (2013 in France)
Goodreads rating: 4.02 - 257 ratings
My rating: 4
1st line/s: "All you need for apples are circles and the color red."
My comments: This story tells of a backyard of robins and apple trees and how the two thrive together. Shapes are cut from the pages of the book, and when overlayed onto drawn, brightly colorful shapes, create a new image. Pretty cool and wonderful!
Goodreads: In this extraordinary book, one thing transforms into another as each page turns—a circle becomes an apple, an oval becomes a bird, winter becomes spring. Constantly surprising and brilliantly constructed, Lucie Félix's Apples and Robins is full of the magic of shape, color, and imagination. All you need to do . . . is turn the page.