The colors are bright and cheerful, representative without being too vague. There are many details to notice, from the ducks' swimsuits to the little story with the bird and branch, but the simple white background and and basic layout don't change, keeping it from getting too cluttered.
It's on the large side for a board book - about 8 inches square. Like a lot of Tiger Tales, it has a soft padded cover. I'm very anti-padded cover firstly because something about puffy covers makes me feel like crawly bugs and secondly because I've found their bindings are often poor. I borrowed this from another library and it looks almost new - except it's already got a little rip in the spine, something that happens really easily with this type of binding.
Verdict: Despite the poor binding, this is a very attractive book both in text and art and worth adding. Recommended.
ISBN: 9781589256439; Published 2012 by Tiger Tales; Borrowed from another library in my consortium; Added to the library order list