I like the layout of this book as it sets out in a consistent way the key facts about each piece of art. I certainly learned things from it. The core premise - that a five year old could not have produced these pieces - is a little stretched at times, as in many cases it is quite obvious that a child could not have done it. That cliche tends to be used in relation to abstract paintings that people perceive as daubs; it does not really work with artworks such as collage, sculpture or pottery. A good effort though.