Llamaphones is a bright, colorful rhyming board book in the Grammar Zoo Book series.
Llamaphones, author/illustrator Janik Coat’s much-anticipated follow-up to Hippopposites and Rhymoceros, features witty words that sound the same but are spelled differently—and have different meanings. Like the other books in the series, this one features surprising novelties, including a touch-and-feel element, making homophones (words that sound exactly the same but have different meanings—such as “stair” and “stare”) an easy and fun concept to learn.
The Grammar Zoo Book series: Hippopposites Rhymoceros Llamaphones Comparrotives
About the Author
Janik Coat is an author, illustrator, and graphic designer. She works extensively with agencies, collectives, and various French publishers. She is a frequent guest speaker at fine art schools and regularly exhibits her work in galleries. She currently resides in Nantes and Paris.
**STARRED REVIEW** "French writer and illustrator Coat adds another winner to her series of clever concept books for toddlers . . . Tactile elements are added to many pages, ramping up sensory engagement for little ones. Sturdily constructed and brilliantly simple, tots won’t be bored with this board book." — Booklist
**STARRED REVIEW** "It's a trendy llama, here to introduce witty pairs of homophones with humor, tactile elements, and a whole lotta flare—erm, flair . . . These captivating llamas deliver. Readers won't be bored by this board book!" — Kirkus Reviews