The natural state of toddlers and young children is motion, and Beverley Abramson’s splendid photographs are an appreciation of the many ways in which we can move. Children spin and whirl, run, jump, and climb through the seasons in photographs that beg for discussion and storytelling.
Whether it is flying a kite or kicking a ball, skipping on the grass or riding a tricycle, Beverley Abramson has captured kids experiencing the sheer pleasure of exploring the world through movement. Best of all, it is an invitation to get children to discover the fun of physical play.
Beverley Abramson is an award-winning photographer and author known for her distinctive style, marked by empathy and wit. Her photo essays and accompanying personal narratives have been published extensively, and her photography has been exhibited, published and collected internationally. Beverley Abramson is based in Toronto and welcomes visits to her website at www.beverleyabramson.com.
“The book effectively introduces the concept of movement and shows the children’s obvious pleasure.”
— The Horn Book
“A must book for your collection”
— Highly Recommended, Canadian Materials Magazine