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Where Is the Sears Tower? (Collector's Edition - Signed & Numbered)

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"Where Is the Sears Tower?" tells the story of Peter, a pigeon who travels to Chicago to visit his grandfather who lives at the Willis Tower (formerly named the Sears Tower). Along the way, Peter passes various city landmarks, meets animals (each with a distinct personality), and discovers his inner compass. This read-to-me book is intended for children and adults. The ...more
Hardcover, 40 pages
Published May 13th 2011 by Tad Mitchell (first published January 1st 2011)
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Natalie Pietro
Feb 06, 2012 Natalie Pietro rated it it was amazing
I am amazed with this book. Both young children and adults alike will love this story. A young pigeon is flying from Notte Dame to the Sears Tower to visit his grandfather who lives at the tower. Along the way he gets lost in the busy streets of Chicago and has to ask many animal friends for help. Each animal has a very unique personality. Most very colorful and very humorous for adults. The artwork was nice and it have a great depiction of the city. Each page was a different landmark and gave a ...more
Crystal
Jun 01, 2014 Crystal rated it liked it
I really appreciated the information about Chicago landmarks and the art in the book was beautiful. The story was quite lengthy for a picture book and a bit preachy, but I will likely use the informational part of the text with students during library lessons.
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