What does a "chair" look like in your head? What if I told you that a wooden box is a "chair", or a ball is a "chair", or even a dog is a "chair"?
What if the same "fish" has all kinds of names depending on who sees it? It can be a "pet", it can be a "product", it can be an "ingredient", or... "cat food"?
Taro Gomi is a popular Japanese children's book author-illustrator, who created yet another incredibly unique and funny book around the idea of "names" using items and things familiar to children. It uses humour to present why we name things in engaging and kid-friendly ways. It's a great book to introduce the concept of language and communication, and the importance of the words we choose, because words are impactful.