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Children's LiteratureJack is a young boy who has a pile of blocks. He lets his mind run wild as he starts out with two blocks and imagines what it could be. He adds one more and it is something totally different. Then he adds two more and it is something completely different from the last. Jack just keeps adding more to his pile of blocks and each time he stacks them up, something totally different is made and his imagination soars. Eventually, Jack builds a really high rocket that is ready for take-off. Take-off causes the creation of blocks to tumble to the floor, returning them to their initial state where there is nothing. It is back to square one where Jack can again begin to build and once again let his imagination fly. 2006, HarperCollins Publishers, Ages 3 to 5.