In the Press


“Urban demonstrates the remarkable versatility of shapes,
using them to create an array of vehicles... readers will finish this book
with a good sense of both shapes and methods of transportation.”
Publishers Weekly, May 2013




“The innovative die-cut images present shapes hidden inside brightly
illustrated planes, submarines and hot-air balloons.
Children will adore tracing and identifying the cutout shapes.
Author-illustrator Urban's background as a graphic illustrator is put to
excellent use in this boldy crafted and illustrated book.”
Literary Kids Book Review, April 2013




“This shape-and-seek book is full of colorful modes of transportation.
Geometric shapes come together to become full-on vehicles,
and die-cuts allow children to identify shapes on every page.
Perfect for the youngest New York readers as they learn to identify the
different types of vehicles they see on the city streets.”
New York Family Magazine, July 2013




“...Away We Go! is an entertaining game in learning shapes.
Invitingly packaged in vivid hues, Urban makes early reading a full
adventure... Oh, so very clever indeed!”
Smithsonian Book Dragon, July 2013




“Kids' book we love.” - June 2013




“This colorful travel companion will delight your tot whether you're 
journeying this summer by train, plane or automobile.”
Washington Parent, August 2013




“Shapes galore adorn this fun learning book that prompts
readers to find specific shapes... this colorful book is packed
with fun and learning.”
The Day Connecticut, July 2013




“Shaped die-cut holes adorn a wide range of vehicles...
these colorful and shapely vehicles will appeal to the target audience.”
Kirkus Review, July 2013





“Learning the names of shapes can be a lot of fun,
especially if you make the process one big seek-and-find adventure.
In this book Chieu Anh Urban does just that.”
Through The Looking Glass Children's Book Reviews, July 2013




“..perfect for little minds to explore how we an find
shapes in everything we see.”
 - Momstown Georgina
Momstown Newmarket-Aurora, Momstown Mississauga


MORE REVIEWS:


“...this die cut board book is engaging and great fun...
a great pick for librarians looking for a book that will have parents
talking to their children about what is on the page.
Perfect for little hands to explore too.”
Waking Brain Cells

“This board book is full of vivid color and will entice and teach over and over.”
Meridian Magazine


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Baby Lifestyles, July 2013