There is a fantastic place, tucked within our heads, and it is called our imagination. Within that secluded, private place, each of us can build our own world, and it can be as big or as small as any dream can be. In this colorfully illustrated picture book, the reader can follow a fellow traveler up into his treehouse, where he communes with birds and looks down at the world below. Perhaps one likes to talk with animals like the tiny ant or the spotted giraffe. Each page invites the reader to accompany the illustrated child into the mystery of the environment, whether it be the sky with its twinkling stars or the different shapes and colors offered by the sea, or even the secluded corners within the home. Published by the American Psychological Association, this richly drawn book encourages youngsters from ages four to eight to explore their environment and to exercise their imaginations to fit within their individual frame of associations. This is a lovely book for parent and child to read together. Each of the individual themes presented in the short text along with the illustrations will evoke unique imaginary inner worlds that can be shared to enrich the youngster’s insights.
|Author||Géraldine Collet • Sébastien Chebret, Illustrator|
|Page Count||32 pages|
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