In this charming follow-up to 2015's hit Who Done It?, each page asks the reader a question about the lineup of characters featured on the spread. Sharp eyes and keen observation are necessary. There's only one right answer, and it's not always easy! Kids will love learning early concepts like expressions and positions as a natural consequence of their hunt for clues in the details of the lineup. It's a book for all audiences: the seek-and-find call to action of every page makes Who What Where? a wonderful lap or parent read. Plus, this is the fixed format version, which looks almost identical to the print edition.
Tallec follows 2015's Who Done It? with another round of questioning, with readers asked to identify the culprits in a series of low-stakes domestic incidents. Like the previous book, the pages lift vertically, and the low, squat dimensions of the book play into the mock police-style lineups depicted in Tallec's droll pencil-and-acrylic illustrations. "Who stepped in paint?" he asks as readers see red footprints tracked across a living room. Four animals, all looking guilty, line up below, but the trace of red on the duck's webbed feet is a dead giveaway. The could-be perpetrators often point at each other in an attempt at misdirection, but the evidence generally speaks for itself. Determining who did what is half the fun, but there's plenty to talk about and enjoy in these quirky vignettes. Ages 3 5.