Some of New York's most familiar sights look very different at night in this highly amusing introduction to the city.
Sometimes your eyes can play tricks on you, especially in the dark. This enchanting picture book shows how New York City can look quite peculiar at night. Each brightly colored spread is overlaid with a sheet of translucent blue paper and when lifted, voilà! A space ship and Martian become The Guggenheim, a giant serpent is actually the subway, King Kong's jungle turns into Central Park, and a superhero takes on the shape of a construction worker. Exhilarating and captivating, all the scenes are easily switched between day and night and will take the reader on a unique journey that lets imaginations run wild while revealing that some things at night aren't as scary as they seem.
About the Author
AURÉLIE POLLET is an author, art director, illustrator, and film director. She lives in Paris, France.
VINCENT BERGIER is a French illustrator and musician. He lives in Paris, France.
"New York Day & Night brilliantly brings the sometimes peculiar and fascinating sights of NYC to life. Creative and fun, this cool picture book with its pops of blue and orange in its engaging illustrations, will keep little readers enthralled and entertained."—Word Spelunking
"Brilliantly illustrated by Vincent Bergier, this engaging picture book has fun with different iconic New York City scenes and how they can look stunningly different from day to night." —Brand New Day Designs
"You’ll love that you can use this book to show your child that the things in the dark that seem scary aren’t so scary at all." —Christy's Cozy Corners
"New York Day & Night is absolute fun, and a great way to extend a storytime by talking about colors, shapes, and city life."—Mom Read It