If I Could Be Anythingby Kevin Mcnamee
If I could be anything, what would I be? I think that eventually I would be me ... a boy pretends to be different animals in this warm, rhyming, picture book. In the end, he chooses to be exactly as he is. Love is the anchor that draws him home. Suggested age range for readers: 3-7
- Guardian Angel Publishing
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- 8.30(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.10(d)
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If I Could Be Anything i a poetic prance through a child's imagination. What will he be? Will he live in the ocean, the desert or forest? See the possibilities his mind unleashes and discover what he decides to be in the end. Kevin's imagination lets loose a storm of possibilities and children will enjoy the captivating rhythm of the poetry and art work.
The imagination soars through the whimsical story, If I Could Be Anything. Where a young boy dreams what it would be like being anything but himself. Much to his surprise he ends up where he started. Where is that you may ask. To find out, escape into the colorful pages and learn how many times the grass it not always greener on the other side. Children's author, Kevin McNamee delves into the inner thoughts of a child seamlessly making the "what if" question jump from the pages. Illustrator, Marina Movshina captures the true essence of If I Could Be Anything through lively illustrations, making us all wish for a vivid imagination.
If you could be anything at all, what would you wish to be? A blue whale swimming in the sea? A young kangaroo? A seagull flying over the waves? A giraffe which can see over trees? A monkey swinging in the jungle? I'm sure that all of us have wondered at one time or another what it would be like to be an ant, an elephant, a crocodile, a dolphin, or an eagle. In this children's picture book, a young boy pretends to be different animals, but what will he decide in the end? Author Kevin McNamee's rhyming text and illustrator Marina Movshina's colorful pictures will not only challenge youngsters' imaginations but also help them to appreciate who they are and what they have. I cannot imagine why any child would not enjoy this charming book.