So this isn't usually a genre I cover, but this book is stunning. I had to.
It's a picture book unlike any I've come across, and here's why:
At first, it's just a black book with fairly abstract descriptions of color...
But then the glare hits, or you run your fingers across the page and there the words are: in braille.
And the image descriptions, in glossy relief on the paper - even I was moved by them.
The last page is the braille alphabet.
That literature like this exists for young readers makes me smile.
I could go on and on about how great it is, but really - you should just experience it for yourself.
Even Baz is rapt when we read this one.