In What Do You See When You Look at Me? author Sarah E. Sauer engages her young readers with bright and colorful photos and invites them to see more than just an animal but to look at the beauty of each creature in detail.
Sauer’s love of animals shines on each page with photos up close personal, such as the picture of the zebra’s eye and the tiger yawning. The wording is simple enough for beginning readers and lets each child’s imagination expand beyond the context.
This is a wonderful book for any child who loves visiting the zoo and/or going for nature walks. It not only shares about the world around us, but also brings the beauty from the outside world into our lives
About the Author: Sarah E. Sauer is a childhood brain cancer survivor, and her love of animals was something she drew on for strength throughout her illness. In her first children’s book, She is currently studying early childhood education and hopes to share her love and knowledge of animals to promote and develop an appreciation of wildlife in young children. She currently lives in Corydon, Illinois with her family and her horses, llamas, donkey, cats and dogs.