Those of you who know me know I love organization and sorting more than most people—believe it or not, I actually relieve stress by reorganizing my bookshelves—so when I heard about All Sorts by Pippa Goodhart, I knew I had to read it!
This precious picture book follows a young girl named Frankie who loves to sort things. From toys to animals, Frankie sorts everything out by size, shape, and color.
But one day Frankie tries to sort people, which can be very confusing, especially when sorting oneself. Frankie finds herself questioning her place in the world when she realizes she is the only version of herself. Fortunately, she learns some things are just meant to be all mixed up.
The illustrations by Emily Rand are what my children’s book dreams are made of, with bright bold pages packed with detail. This is definitely a book to pause and point out all the colorful objects with young readers. I really enjoyed All Sorts and would recommend it to anyone looking for a book that embraces both the beauty of being unique and the diversity of our world.
All Sorts is available wherever books are sold, including Bookshop and Amazon, so be sure to grab your copy today. (Please note: Some links provided are affiliate links. Affiliate links allow me to receive a small commission for recommendations at no cost to you. This commission is used to maintain this site and to continue bringing content to you. I always appreciate your support!)
For more information about Pippa Goodhart and her work, please visit her website at pippagoodhart.co.uk.
To learn more about Emily Rand and her work, please visit her website at emilyrand.com.
I also want to thank Nobrow Press and Flying Eye Books for generously providing me with a review copy of this delightful book. I look forward to many rereads with my little one.