"Whimsical... readers can unleash their own imaginations.” —New York Times
Fans of Peter Brown and Jon Klassen will cherish this inspiring story about exploration, curiosity and an unexpected discovery.
There are wonders all around us ... Why not go see what you can find?
Every day, perched high up in her tree house, a girl surveys the distant forest through her binoculars. She knows every plant and animal.
But look! A strange new tree appears, towering above all the others. Where did it come from? Is it really a tree?
Intrigued, the girl sets off to take a closer look. Just to see…
Whimsical illustrations bring humor to an inspirational story about staying curious, finding wonder in nature, and seeing the familiar in new and unexpected ways.
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“Whimsical... readers can unleash their own imaginations.” —New York Times
★ “A story celebrating the spirit of discovery—sure to inspire young nature explorers everywhere.” —School Library Journal, Starred Review
“A simple, fanciful story about the rewards of courageously exploring the unknown.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Enchanting... will thrill young readers.” —The Horn Book
“★★★★★ A feast for the imagination.... Share it one-on-one or in an Imagination-themed storytime.” —Youth Services Book Review
“A peculiar delight... a myriad of darling details to keep young readers engrossed and examining each page... a thrilling call to seek out the unknown and discover the small wonders that await in every setting.” —Booklist
“This quirky story will tickle young readers with the unexpected goings-on in the deer’s antlers, all accepted... with equanimity by the little girl.... [The book] will bring a chuckle. Recommended.” —School Library Connection