This look-and-search book challenges the reader to see things differently. The mouth of a tiger hides the face of a sloth; the teeth of a snake become the icebergs upon which a polar bear roams. The book asks us to reconsider what we expect to see not just in an animal but in an image – how can visual narratives conceal meaning and reshape context? As a cue to discuss the need to access the familiar and unfamiliar as we move through the world, the picturebook creates a fabulous teaching opportunity to consider the role of sight and expectation in our everyday lives. This connects to famous examples of illusions, and forms an accessible inspiration for children to create their cultural artefacts in response.