About this Book A brilliant book to test the memory of little ones, each page of this book asks the reader to remember a detail about the characters featured on the page before. Kids of all ages are sure to enjoy this book with its die-cuts, clever folds and imaginative illustrations. Who was That? is a brilliant follow-up by Olivier Tallec after Who Done It? and Who What Where?
Reviews from Around the World "In “Who Was That?” Tallec challenges your understanding of the difference between looking and truly seeing. Mixing hand-drawn cartoon illustrations with cut-outs and different-sized pages, Tallec challenges his readers to answer questions based on illustrations from the previous page (or from illustrations throughout the whole book, as when he asked the reader to pick out the character new to the book at the very end). My girls giggled at each picture and question, though neither came anywhere close to being able to answer any of the questions. While I got frustrated with myself when I couldn’t answer correctly, it didn’t seem to bother them one bit… Gotta love a book that is fun to read AND has a chance to teach an important life lesson." - Mary F Costello, Amazon
"If you ever get the inkling that your memory might be flagging, this is the book for you. A very touchy - feely presentation using children and animals which test your memory as you turn the page and are asked questions about what you have seen. It is not as easy as it might seem, in fact it is testing and if you get a good score you will know you are on the right track and that your brain cells are not in a serious state of erosion. A very clever book indeed, imaginatively designed, I like it." - originalisa, Amazon