Play All Day, Taro Gomi's latest activity book, invites children to punch out finger puppets, picture frames, games, boxes and animals. The result is a set of play objects that are ripe for endless reinvention.
Like Gomi's coloring books, these will keep kids engaged for much longer than their conventional counterparts and create opportunities for kids to work/play with parents and each other. The artwork is predictably gorgeous and has great potential for imaginative play and decor. Many of the objects in Play All Day could be made into mobiles, centerpieces or ornaments. We are reminded of Matteo's Junzo Terada-inspired party and would love to see how Play All Day could be translated into a party using characters and games from the book.