In Llamaphones young readers learn about homophones, or words that are pronounced the same but have different spellings and meanings (e.g. wait and weight, fairy and ferry, and peak and peek). Each spread features a new word and its two interpretations, framed by a llama representing the word. So we see a llama holding a rose in its mouth on one side and a llama created from multiple rows on the other.
It's always simple and clean––a green, unblinking llama on a stark white background––but Coat takes great liberties to make the book interactive and laugh-out-loud funny. Some spreads have touch-and-feel elements like bumps, flaps, and glitter, and some are simply visual puns, but every single one leaves room for discussion and laughter.