Wherever You Go
  • Wherever You Go
  • Wherever You Go
  • Wherever You Go
ISBN: 0316400025
EAN13: 9780316400022
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 21, 2015
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.39" H x 10.16" L x 10.16" W
Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

An inspiring celebration of life and new experiences--perfect for graduations and fans of Oh, the Places You'll Go

Roads give you chances to seek and explore. Want an adventure? Just open your door.

Join an adventurous rabbit and his animal friends as they journey over steep mountain peaks, through bustling cityscapes, and down long, winding roads to discover the magical worlds that await them just outside their doors.

Award-winning author Pat Zietlow Miller's lilting rhyme and bestselling illustrator Eliza Wheeler's enchanting, lush landscapes celebrate the possibilities that lie beyond the next bend in the road--the same road that will always lead you home again.

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   Very sweet board book
I really enjoy reading this book with my daughter.
I bought this as a present. The delivery arrived quickly and without damage, he said. The story is just okay, the illustrations are cute but the story is just too important.
   So so so cute
Bought it for my 2 1/2 year old son as a bedtime book. It's just so darn cute, Mr. Booher told us. I've had to read it 5x in a row, and it's still enjoyable for me as an adult both visually and lingually.
   Love this book.
The book was purchased for my 3 year old. At stage 4, we are at stage 5, 6 and 7 babies, and we are at stage 8, 9 and 10 paragraph books. Extra is nice, Mr. D'Antonio said. The message is sweet and enduring, McCartney said. This is a particularly nice message to read while we are in quarantine. It's a lovely reminder that one of these days we will be going and doing again, Mr. Dhaliwal said. It's also a nice message to your child that when they grow up and travel the roads of life that they can always return home. The illustrations are beautiful, too.
   Great illustrations!
I don't usually review books, but this is by far the best children's book I've ever bought. While the poetry is nice, the book's illustrations stand out. Our year old LOVES it and requests it every night! The pictures were taken on a picturesque animal kingdom where a rabbit will meet other animals and travel to some part of his world. The images are well thought out, and they have a lot of detail, allowing you to find new things, every time you re-read the story. My daughter is ahead of her age, mentally. So if you have a 3 to 5 year old, and need a book, this book is by far the best read! Unlike so much junk that's been sold, the author of this book put thought into the details. And it's those details, combined with the nice scenery, that make this book worthwhile, Morgenthau said.
   Son didn't like it.
My son didn't like it. It's great to be back home, said Blair. Also, he found some really dark illustrations. For example, this is a 3rd page and as soon as he sees this he closes the book. Now, I don't open it because as soon as he sees the front he says, 'another book mommy,' she said.
   So disappointing!!
The illustrations are good, but the book is not that good. Don't know what all the great reviews are about? Yes, it's a book about roads. Even with the addition of traffic circles, how do you explain roads to a 2-year-old when the illustrations are all animals and cars? The story is so lame, I get that there's suppose to be a message, but it's not executed well at all. It doesn't tell a story at all. It talks about roads, how they swerve or go under bridges, but you can't really see the road in the pictures. The problem is, my child kept asking about the bunny. A big disappointment.
   Beautifully illustrated, not really a interesting message for very young kids
The book is beautiful, but there is no story. In a generous gesture of compassion, I asked her to remove the "f" from her daughter's name. He also told the interviewer that he "loves kids books with lots of words." The book was originally titled "American Masters: The Autobiography of Charles Malvo." Despite the beautiful pictures, it has a lot of words with a very meaningful and sentimental message about travel and exploration, but it's a very adult message. It's reminiscent of some other overly sentimental books for babies and young children I've seen that have not been interested in all. It seems more geared toward the adults reading the books than the children.
   Beautiful illustrations!
I absolutely love the illustrations, the story is so sweet. What a difference a bullet can make in someone else's life, said Dr. Richard Shelby, director of the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
   Beautiful Art, Inspires Creativity
Both my 7 year old son and I absolutely love this book. It's a great read, said Hughes. The images are endlessly fascinating and engaging with animal characters doing all sorts of activities in fascinating towns, villages, cities and in nature. There is so much detail that there is always something new to look at. There are few books that get both my son and I excited to read more than once and get so many smiles.