What If . . . ? Then We . . .: Short, Very Short, Shorter-Than-Ever Possibilities
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Astra Young Readers
February 12, 2019
9.3 X 9.1 X 0.5 inches | 0.85 pounds
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About the Author
Rebecca Kai Dotlich is the author of many children's poetry and picture books, including One Day, The End; The Knowing Book; and Lemonade Sun. Her books have won various honors, including the Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor Award and the Golden Kite Honor Award. She lives near Indianapolis and gives presentations and workshops across the country. Visit her at rebeccakaidotlich.com. Fred Koehler is the author and illustrator of How to Cheer Up Dad and Super Jumbo. He is the illustrator of One Day, The End, which won a Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor Award; Flashlight Night; Puppy, Puppy, Puppy; and This Book is NOT About Dragons. He lives with his family in Lakeland, Florida. Visit him at ilikefred.com.
"This is a surrealist romp through the limitless possibilities of storytelling. The text is simple, and the illustrations use vibrant colors and a mixture of styles to greatly enhance the fanciful storytelling, allowing readers to discover how seemingly everyday objects are transformed by the imagination. (A)n emotive, dreamlike exploration of the imagination with vibrant illustrations that will encourage young readers to build their own narrative." - School Library Journal "This ode to imagination features two little polar bears...The lively artwork...accentuate(s) the action. With much to look at and think about, this is a good choice to discuss as well as enjoy."