A Child of Books

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Price: $17.99
Item Number: N56-330745
Manufacturer: Candlewick
Manufacturer Part No: 0763690775
Format: Hardcover
A Child of Books by Oliver Jeffers and Sam Winston. Books can take you anywhere –literally! Join one little girl as she sails across a sea of words, eager for adventure. Encountering a young boy trapped in a world without imagination, she frees him and the two embark on a fantastical journey. Scaling mountains made of make-believe and playing games in the forests of fairytales, they run from monsters in haunted castles, and when they get tired, they sleep in clouds of song. Anything is possible in this magical world of stories! All it takes is a little imagination. With numerous nods to classic children’s stories and verse, this beautifully illustrated book invites you to dive right in! Your young book-lovers will be enchanted by this wonderful celebration of stories while discovering that anything is possible when you use your imagination. Ages 3-8. 32pp.

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