The gentle rhyming text encourages young children to look at the world and relish in the object around them, from everyday items found in the home to more far-off places like the jungle and sky.

SLOAN! Magazine’s “Best Books of 2021”

‘Children and adults will have great fun spotting themes and will be inspired to play spot the object… A fun way to play a game, explore your home and take a break from the digital world if necessary. Gorgeous pen and wash illustrations make this a treat.’

Zoe James-Williams, South Wales Evening Post

What can you see? is full to the brim with bright and colourful images that captivate its reader from start to finish… Definitely a must read for children aged between 3-5 years old.

Gemma Honour, Just Imagine

What Can You See? 
invites participation on every page. Roaming around home and garden, jungle and ski-slope, the colourful picture book repeatedly asks children to name what they see. All answers rhyme with “see” and under-fives will respond with glee.

The Jewish Chronicle

Here’s a charming book for very young readers by Jason Korsner and Hannah Rounding, published by Graffeg Books. Text-lite with beautiful illustrations, it encourages small children to look at the world around them in short rhyming chunks. One sure to be read over and over again!

Jane Sandell, Seaside Reader

What Can You See? invites little ones to develop their observation skills as they focus on in turn a table laid for tea, a lounge, the garden, the sky, the jungle, a flower and a host of other focal points to locate the objects named in the relevant verse in Hannah Rounding’s delectable illustrations.

Jill R Bennett, Red Reading Hub

In What Can You See?, you will find page after page of lovely, colourful illustrations (by Hannah Rounding) that are loaded with detail. The gentle rhyme leads the reader through the world, asking you to observe, to look closer, find the great variety of things that whirl past our vision daily. It’s a perfect book to interest even babies and the youngest children to look more carefully… marvelous… delightful!

Mary Esther Judy, Fallen Star Stories

To see the world through the eyes of a child makes everything fresh, new and wonderful. Miss 6 … will love reading this book … we could even play I Spy With My Little Eye when finished reading “What Can You See?” to add EXTRA fun.”

Kids Books We Love

The children loved it.

Rev. Rex Morton, Martha’s Toddler Group, Golders Green Parish Church

If you’re seeking a fun Christmas present for a young relative then you won’t go far wrong with a pair of engaging picture books by Golders Green newsreader Jason Korsner.

Bridget Galton, Ham & High


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