Everywhere, Wonder

Journey into the imagination of a young boy who explores everything from the pyramids of Egypt to a dusty footprint on the moon and then back out again to the wonderful world right in front of him From a lost balloon to an endless road, there are stories to discover, to dream about, and to share.Everywhere, Wonder explores the wonder in the world, while encouraging youngJourney into the imagination of a young boy who explores everything from the pyramids of Egypt to a dusty footprint on the moon and then back out again to the wonderful world right in front of him From a lost balloon to an endless road, there are stories to discover, to dream about, and to share.Everywhere, Wonder explores the wonder in the world, while encouraging young minds to discover the extraordinary in the ordinary, and creatively share their stories with others Open your eyes and open your window and let your story out into the world It is a little gift from you to me.
Everywhere Wonder Journey into the imagination of a young boy who explores everything from the pyramids of Egypt to a dusty footprint on the moon and then back out again to the wonderful world right in front of him Fro

  • Title: Everywhere, Wonder
  • Author: Matthew Swanson Robbi Behr
  • ISBN: 9781250087959
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1 thought on “Everywhere, Wonder”

    1. I get what is going on here, and I am sure that the crunchy granola childless hipster librarians will rave about this, but this book, so to speak, wanders all over the map. It starts with musings on far off places, then suddenly we switch to "Gosh, kids, look at what you can see in your own neighborhood."Again, I get the point. It just doesn't work that well. Pity, because the first part is charming, and might have been useful for those times when someone wants "around the world" books or some s [...]

    2. If I could, would be more like 3.5 stars. Would be a nice introduction early on for writer's workshop - sharing your own story, noticing the little details of your life and using your imagination to think of all that is going on in the world.

    3. A beautiful book showcasing the natural and manmade wonders of the world. Each page holds it's own story sure to start a conversation between people. therefore, this book could take a few nights to read as it can easily spur fresh stories to share.Exceptional! Written by Matthew Swanson, illustrated by Robbi Behr and published by Imprint, a part of Macmillan Publishing Group.#PB #wonderful #mustread #creative

    4. So nice! The illustrations and the text were beautifully put together to make a magical book full of wonder and possibility. I loved it!

    5. This is one of those picture books that may work better as a discussion prompt for older kids than as a story for younger kids, although it has a classic bedtime arc, starting big (at the pyramids of Egypt) and winding down slower and more intimate until the kid is dreaming safely in bed.

    6. Beautifully illustrated,“Open your eyes and open your window and let your story out into the world. It is a little gift from you to me.” Noticing the wonder in not only the extraordinary, such as the pyramids of Egypt or the Grand Canyon to the every day wonders such as a blue balloon in a tree and a little twisted noodle that is different from all the round ones. This reminds me of a concept in Ralph Fletcher's, A Writer's Notebook, where he tells kids not to worry if they haven't seen the [...]

    7. EVERYWHERE, WONDER by Matthew Swanson and Robbi Behr brings the concept of “story” to life.In this imaginative picture book, a young boy takes readers on a journey around the world sharing the amazing wonders around every turn. The illustrator’s appealing visuals bring each location to life using colorful collage elements.Librarians will find this book to be an effective springboard into writing activities. Ask students to select some aspect of the book to explore in-depth. Or, just a page [...]

    8. A little brown-skinned boy keeps his eyes wide open to fully notice wonderful things, both large and small, everywhere. Turning the pages reveals the boy visiting exotic places like jungles, sand gardens, pyramids, and African savannahs. He also takes time to appreciate the more mundane, too, like a blue balloon caught in a tree or a coin found at the bottom of a pool. Told in poetic language, “In the high hills of Japan are gardens full of wind-worn rocks and clean white sand, but not a singl [...]

    9. The inclusion of a non-white child as the main character doing normal kid things rather than making an explicit point about race or diversity tips it over to 2.5 stars.The illustrations are lovely and are the stars of the book. The text is clearly written for adults, and I can see this being a popular baby shower book. I would recommend using the book to take a picture walk rather than doing a straight readaloud for kids; ignore the text altogether and let your child take the lead in talking abo [...]

    10. This is a sweet picture book that celebrates the joy and wonder of the world around us, whether this world comes to us from the pages of a book or a walk through our neighborhood. With lyrical text, and colorful illustrations that are digital collages of sampled watercolor washes, this would be a lovely addition to a classroom library. It might even make a good mentor text to inspire writers to look at the world around them with a fresh perspective and share their stories.

    11. "The world is full of people and places and things, all of them interesting. All of them beautiful!" This is a good book - I loved the illustrations, though the text (with meditations about the savannas in Kenya and a lonesome bear in the North Pole) loses me sometimes. The book is almost trying to do too much - does it primarily aim to encourage readers to explore the world? Honor diversity? Explore one's imagination and creativity? Learn to share and build empathy?

    12. I think this would be great for use in an elementary-school classroom! The text isn't the kind of thing I love best for pleasure-reading, but it's not bad, and the illustrations are very nice.Special note that it includes a reference to Sheboygan, Wisconsin, and thus is of particular interest to Wisconsinites. :)

    13. "Everywhere Wonder" is a visual celebration of the every day mundane beautiful parts of our world. the reader is invited to become an observer of the world around them. The illustrations in this book are a wonderful mix of watercolor screen with dynamic text. This is a quick read and perfect for a bedtime story.

    14. "Travel these pages and take a close look." See if you can find this little poem in the book!Inspirational book for young authors.Be sure to peek under the dust jacket!Would be perfect for teaching the prepositional phrase "in" and provides many examples writers could include to brighten up their own writing.

    15. Energetic invitation to children to open their eyes and look and appreciate their world. Bright illustrations visit exotic locations like the Pyramids and the moon as well as neighborhood sights and sounds. A fun exploration.

    16. I should have loved this to pieces, and I did for the most part, but I felt like it went on for too long. The last third I could have gone without. Still, it's a very positive, uplifting message with lovely illustrations.

    17. The illustrations are great and very kid friendly. Instead of a story the book describes the world and how everything is beautiful. It lists beautiful things about the world and the people who live in it.

    18. This is a lovely book about using your imagination! I like the brightly colored simple illustrations and the sweet story.

    19. Nice book and I enjoyed the illustrations, but I'm sure kids will find it boring. Even I wouldn't be excited to reread it.

    20. Great read-aloud for the start of an inquiry unit, observing and exploring the world around you.

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