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Just imagine what it would be like to be as small as a mouse; or as big as a house. Imagine exploring the depths of the ocean, travelling into the past or the future - or something even stranger...This wonderfully inventive and interactive book allows a child to tell their own story, combining new elements each time. And with intricately detailed illustrations for parent a ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published August 30th 2012 by Doubleday Childrens
(first published August 1st 2012)
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Sep 06, 2014 Barbara rated it liked it
Filled with plenty of opportunities for children to imagine how their lives might be under various conditions, this book offers many possibilities to stretch the imaginations of children. As they imagine being very large or very small or traveling through time, bright-colored illustrations enhance their connections. Savvy teachers could use this book to help young writers searching for stories to tell. Because there are so many different ways to imagine being different, including being someone e ...more
Aug 24, 2016 ESF Tsing Yi rated it it was amazing
Fantastic, thought provoking, humorous illustrations from the wonderful Nick Sharratt make this a brilliant starting point for children to create their own stories. Read this as a follow-on fromUse Your Imagination to reinforce lines of inquiry from our Stories Unit of inquiry, and watch your child's imagination soar!
This is a great book to start off discussion with children in Early Years and Key Stage 1. Each page of the book asks a question and offers a page of illustrations offering various answers to the question. You can put a page of this book up on the visualiser to get children thinking and start a discussion. "Imagine being an animal , living in the wild." Children can talk to their partner about the questions or share their ideas with the whole class.