This looks like a lovely picture book that celebrates everyday occassions a child might experience. So important, especially in these times, to stop and appreciate simple pleasures.
From first haircut to first ice-cream cone, each year brings a new cycle of experiences
With each new year come countless little wonders. From the highs—first snowfall, first new umbrella, first beach trip—to the lows—first missed bus, first lost umbrella, first sunburn—every year older means another cycle of everyday experiences.
In their clever, playful, observant picture book, acclaimed author Cheryl B. Klein and illustrator Qin Leng explore many truths of childhood through a calendar year of small moments that, all together, comprise what it is to be a kid.
A Year of Everyday Wonders came out of my brain.
“Well, duh,” you say. “ALL books come from writers’ brains. What other body part would they come from?”
(Don’t answer that. Especially if you’re a second-grade boy.)
But no, this one really came out of my brain — or more precisely, the way my brain works, the…
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