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If You Lived Here You'd Be Home By Now

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A crisp fall day in the park. Furry animals... brisk winds... jumping in a big pile of leaves -- OOF! Those aren't leaves; they're a giant leaf creature, visible only to children. But the city is pressing in on the beautiful park -- what does the future hold? Even pre-readers will enjoy discovering nature's secrets in this timely fable without words.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 15th 2009 by Roaring Brook Press
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Allison
Something about imagination....and a leaf monster...and flying cars...

I wish it had words, but that's probably because I'm just not artsy enough to "get it."
Rebecca
Adorable wordless picture book. A family speaks in pictures and there is a giant leaf monster! Nice message about the importance of nature.
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Sep 28, 2010 Marcie rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommended to Marcie by: woodbury new books
An interesting almost wordless picture book. Author teaches illustration in Savannah, Georgia.
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Love love love this book. Trees are our friends. Reminds me a bit of Jellaby...
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