Isabelle Simler, Julien Norwood, Nathalie Tordjman

“Things rarely appear as they do at first glance, especially when viewed from a new perspective or within a different context. Children are tasked with observing how recognizable and basic forms transform in the book From Morning to Night. For example, a mushroom might change into a cereal bowl; a planet might turn into an orange, and a traffic cone might become a wind sock when placed on its side. As a result, a novelly attractive and clever book is produced, reminding readers to look carefully and never to judge something (or someone) by its outward appearance because it might turn out to be something entirely different and unexpected if they wait a moment, look more closely, or turn their heads.”