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Over, Under and Through

Illustrated by Tana Hoban

Leap-frogging over a fire hydrant, ducking under "London Bridge," crawling through a pipe tunnel -- Tana Hoban's brilliant photographs of children transform these activities into a fascinating exploration of spatial concepts. There are twelve concepts in all -- and some surprising discoveries for the young child. As in Look Again! and Count and See, Tana Hoban has created an imaginative and provocative adventure into the many ways of seeing.

Tana Hoban has won more than a dozen gold medals and other prizes for her work as a photographer, filmmaker and television commercial consultant. Her photographs are in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art and have been part of such exhibitions as The Family of Man. Her two previous books, Shapes and Things and Look Again! received unanimous critical acclaim. Tana Hoban has one daughter and lives in Philadelphia with her husband.

Tana Hoban has won more than a dozen gold medals and other prizes for her work as a photographer, filmmaker and television commercial consultant. Her photographs are in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art and have been part of such exhibitions as The Family of Man. Her two previous books, Shapes and Things and Look Again! received unanimous critical acclaim. Tana Hoban has one daughter and lives in Philadelphia with her husband.

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