Catch Picasso's Rooster has an "Artifacts" section, as well. This time you'll learn the title and artist of each work of art, when it was created, where it resides and a bit about the artist.
Love, hate, love, hate. I don't think I would go rushing out to buy these particular board books, myself, because I recall the point of board books was to have something my child could hold and chew on without worry. But, I can still recite the words to Raccoon's Hide and Seek, one of our favorites, so I know I didn't just hand board books to my children and walk away. I read them aloud. I rocked and read, read in bed with them . . . and then left them down at child level so they could handle them and (if they must) chew on them. If you're interested, I suggest seeking the books and looking inside before you purchase. Consider whether you or your gift recipient is willing or interested in reading and then moving the book to a safe location.
Next up will be a review of The Handy Answer Book for Kids (and Parents). Tickle Tut's Toes and Catch Picasso's Rooster were books 3 & 4 for Children's Day. My thanks to Sterling Kids for the review copies.