From Another Perspective
Turn these picture books upside down, sideways, or read the text in reverse to get a new perspective.   Print this list Print this list

Contributed by Laura Miller

Cover Art: The turn-around, upside-down alphabet book /
The turn-around, upside-down alphabet book /
Ernst, Lisa Campbell.
An alphabet book in which each letter becomes three different objects as the book is turned different directions, as when A becomes a bird's beak, a drippy ice cream cone, and the point of a star.
Easy Fiction 428.1 E
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Cover Art: Palazzo Inverso /
Palazzo Inverso /
Johnson, D. B. 1944-
A young apprentice to a master builder does some mischief that causes a palace to be built upside-down, which creates all sorts of trouble--and fun. Inspired by the work of M.C. Escher and intended to be read front-to-back, then turned over and read back-to-front.
Easy Picture BookJOHNSON
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Cover Art: Round trip /
Round trip /
Jonas, Ann.
Text and reversible black and white illustrations record the sights on a day trip to the city and back home again to the country.
Easy Picture BookJONAS
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Cover Art: Reflections /
Reflections /
Jonas, Ann.
Chronicles a child's busy day by the sea, in a forest, and then home with the hope of going to a carnival or concert. The illustrations change when the book is turned upside down.
Easy Picture BookJONAS
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Cover Art: Boy meets girl /
Boy meets girl /
Radunsky, Vladimir.
This book with text featuring a boy, a girl, a cat, and a dog can be read forwards or backwards.
Easy Picture BookRADUNSK
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Cover Art: Mirror mirror : a book of reversible verse /
Mirror mirror : a book of reversible verse /
Singer, Marilyn.
A collection of short poems which, when reversed, provide new perspectives on the fairy tale characters they feature.
Children's Nonfiction Book811.54 Si64 2010
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