Books by Helen Borten

DO YOU HEAR WHAT I HEAR? by Helen Borten
Released: March 25, 1960

"Possibly a doubtful task on a scientific level, the connection of the senses does work very well poetically, and this text accompanied by the author's stylized illustrations should limber up even the most sluggish imaginations."
This is a book of common experiences as they are manifest in sound. Read full book review >
DO YOU SEE WHAT I SEE? by Helen Borten
CHILDREN'S
Released: Feb. 16, 1959

"The simple descriptive text, coupled with the author's persuasive colored drawings, presents the world of familiar objects in its true dimension, a world of light, color, and meaningful forms, a treasure at the child's disposal."
Helen Borten, who was mentioned as one of the ten best illustrators of 1956, now combines her visual talent with a verbal one. Read full book review >