Look at Me Now !
Carol McDougall Shanda LaRamee-Jones Carmen Mok
Look At Me Now! is a celebration of the many developmental milestones of toddlerhood. The book follows an 18-month-old through his day as he proudly practices new skills, like getting dressed and walking up stairs. The bouncy text has a celebratory beat that reinforces a toddler’s confidence in his new accomplishments and the charming illustrations are filled with eye-catching details that will invite lively conversation between parent and child. Toddlers will want to hear this story over and over again!
Carol McDougall is a writer, editor, and former librarian for the Canadian Children's Book Centre. She received the Mayor's Award for Cultural Achievement and the Progress Women of Excellence Award for her work in early literacy. She is director of the Read to Me! Nova Scotia Family Literacy program and lives in Halifax.
Shanda LaRamee-Jones is the provincial coordinator for the Read to Me! Nova Scotia Family Literacy Program. She has a passion for supporting early learning and has a master's of education degree in literacy. She lives in Halifax with her husband and son.