Just Add Glitter

Just Add Glitter

Is there really such a thing as too much bling? Find out in this sparkly homage to imagination and creativity gone wild that’s perfect for even the youngest fashion and crafting enthusiasts!Has the rainy day got you down?Not feeling fancy in your gown?Just add glitter!It all starts with a mysterious mail delivery, a little girl with a big imagination, and a sprinkling of t...

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Title:Just Add Glitter
Author:Angela Diterlizzi
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Just Add Glitter Reviews

  • Erin Buhr

    I love the exuberance and creativity that burst from these pages. As a mom I must admit my relationship with glitter and therefore feelings about this book are a bit mixed, but this book is so much fun. The rhyming text is brief and lively. The idea is so fun and captures childhood perfectly. The illustrations are my favorite part. I'm fascinated by the 3-D diorama process Samantha Cotterill used to create the pictures. Look closely and you will marvel at the way the photography makes the illust

    I love the exuberance and creativity that burst from these pages. As a mom I must admit my relationship with glitter and therefore feelings about this book are a bit mixed, but this book is so much fun. The rhyming text is brief and lively. The idea is so fun and captures childhood perfectly. The illustrations are my favorite part. I'm fascinated by the 3-D diorama process Samantha Cotterill used to create the pictures. Look closely and you will marvel at the way the photography makes the illustrations feel more alive and the way she integrated texture into the book. A well constructed, well crafted, delightful book that will leave you wanted to add glitter to your life.

    Note: I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinions.

  • Laura

    Now I am not a sparkly person. Black is the dominant color in my wardrobe. But this book! Haha…This book made this dark hearted reader smile and shine.

    Too boring, dull or quiet? Just add glitter! To anything or anyone or any place. Come follow along as our young heroine and her cat decorate her world with glitter.

    I loved this little book. It spar

    Now I am not a sparkly person. Black is the dominant color in my wardrobe. But this book! Haha…This book made this dark hearted reader smile and shine.

    Too boring, dull or quiet? Just add glitter! To anything or anyone or any place. Come follow along as our young heroine and her cat decorate her world with glitter.

    I loved this little book. It sparkles! The pages have texture and color and enthusiasm. The fun and energy jump off the pages! You’ll feel it. I mean really feel it! You can run your fingers over the pages and feel the glitter. :D

    A beautiful read that just might show readers that we shine every day in our own way with or without glitter.

    Highly recommended.

  • Ben Truong

    is a children's picture book written by Angela Diterlizzi (even her surname sounds glittery) and illustrated by Samantha Cotterill. It is a book about how a little glitter could brighten anyone's day.

    Diterlizzi's text is simplistic, straightforward, and lyrical. It captured the childish exuberance, joie de vivre, and the je ne sais quoi of childish innocence and their eternal love for glitter in rhyme. Cotterill's illustrations are phenomenally depicted, colorful, and most impor

    is a children's picture book written by Angela Diterlizzi (even her surname sounds glittery) and illustrated by Samantha Cotterill. It is a book about how a little glitter could brighten anyone's day.

    Diterlizzi's text is simplistic, straightforward, and lyrical. It captured the childish exuberance, joie de vivre, and the je ne sais quoi of childish innocence and their eternal love for glitter in rhyme. Cotterill's illustrations are phenomenally depicted, colorful, and most importantly – glittery.

    The premise of the book is rather straightforward. It is about a girl and her cat and how they love glitter and believe in the power of glitter could brighten anyone’s day or any ordinary thing. Before long, there is glitter everywhere and the girl and her cat question if there is such thing as too much glitter – or does it?

    All in all,

    is a wonderful children's book that is silly and sweet in equal measures and celebrates imagination, creativity, and knowing limits – maybe.

  • Raven Black

    The idea is interesting, do a craft project by adding glitter. Of course it gets out of hand. The moral is that if you have too much of a good thing you can not see the real things that sparkle. The child does clean up in the end, which is a nice touch. The illustrations save the book. As the publisher said they are made by making "hand drawn paper cutout that are then digitally colored, set in a 3-D environment wit the worlds supply of glitter before being photographed." Also the fact that ther

    The idea is interesting, do a craft project by adding glitter. Of course it gets out of hand. The moral is that if you have too much of a good thing you can not see the real things that sparkle. The child does clean up in the end, which is a nice touch. The illustrations save the book. As the publisher said they are made by making "hand drawn paper cutout that are then digitally colored, set in a 3-D environment wit the worlds supply of glitter before being photographed." Also the fact that there are a few hidden surprises throughout the book is fun (look at the beginning and end when special packages are dropped off at the front door). The fact that there is glitter actually in the book could cause a few issues (as anyone knows who works with glitter, eventually you will be covered, too!)

  • Ireadkidsbooks

    It sparkles!

  • Edward Sullivan

    It makes everything better.

  • Effie

    First of all, I'm not a fan of glitter, so this is probably just not for me, but I felt the need to review it because I loved the illustrations so much. I really like how Cotterill's illustrations are in a 3D world. It reminds me of the beautiful, soulful book The Visitor by Antje Damm, where I first saw this style used. Then of course there's the glitter... Not my favorite in terms of text, nothing to complain about there, but the illustrations bring this book to life.

  • Abigail

    So begins the narrative of this fun rhyming picture-book romp, which follows a young craft-oriented girl and her pet cat, who get a box of glitter in the mail, and proceed to go a little wild. Is there such a thing as too much glitter though...?

    Pairing an entertaining read-aloud text from author Angela DiTerlizzi with immensely appealing multimedia artwork - featuring lots of

    So begins the narrative of this fun rhyming picture-book romp, which follows a young craft-oriented girl and her pet cat, who get a box of glitter in the mail, and proceed to go a little wild. Is there such a thing as too much glitter though...?

    Pairing an entertaining read-aloud text from author Angela DiTerlizzi with immensely appealing multimedia artwork - featuring lots of glitter, or course - from illustrator Samantha Cotterill,

    is the perfect picture-book for young children who love (you guessed it) a bit of sparkle. I found the scene in which the young heroine and her cat are all but buried in piles of glitter particularly droll, and appreciated the ending, in which a new box waits on the doorstep. Recommended to children who love sparkly, glittery things.

  • Ms. Arca

    2.5/okay. I did love the page with all of the colors and glitter on it— so I imagine a young reader would delight in that page too. I cant help but wonder how this book gets printed??

    The story was just ok and delivery was alright, it felt like it rested on the glitter trick so either you are sold by the fact that there are glittery pages or not. I like that the kid gets mail and that it’s about making things (this could be a fun rainy day read with a transition into some craft time that you mai

    2.5/okay. I did love the page with all of the colors and glitter on it— so I imagine a young reader would delight in that page too. I cant help but wonder how this book gets printed??

    The story was just ok and delivery was alright, it felt like it rested on the glitter trick so either you are sold by the fact that there are glittery pages or not. I like that the kid gets mail and that it’s about making things (this could be a fun rainy day read with a transition into some craft time that you mail to loved ones).

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