"Where's my hat?" children's bestseller, which is mind-blowingPictolic
For the second year on the bestseller list The New York Times holds children's story John Klassen "Where's my hat?". "A thrilling detective story about a bear in the woods looking for his missing hat. Perfect for family reading, when the tale is more than just a tale: fun and lot of things to discuss with the child", — stated in the annotations. The work is translated into 20 languages, including Russian.
At first glance, the book appears to be delusional, but upon closer inspection, the opinion is changing. It seems that this is really a new word in art. Catchy illustration without unnecessary detail, to put it mildly, unusual plot, unusual humor. "Where's my hat?" will appeal to both children and adults. Adults, perhaps even more.