In a world dazzled by the latest gadgets and mesmerized by Internet videos, the humble book seems like the most ordinary thing that could be. And perhaps it is-until you learn to look closer ... and closer ... and closer ... and you're suddenly in a world that only you can imagine.
With soft, warm storytelling and stunning, whimsical illustrations, Book embarks the reader on an imaginative journey through the literary lands of fact and fiction, a world where passwords, viruses, and broken screens can't stop a young boy's earnest quest for truth. Join in this celebration of literature, scrape the skies of opportunity, traverse the forests of what-could-be, free the powers of knowledge, and discover once again why the humble book is anything but ordinary.
About the Author
David Miles makes books for a living. He also reads books, writes books, sells books, shelves books, thinks about books, drives to books, sleeps to books, cooks from books, but he doesn't eat books (which is fortunate). He graduated from Brigham Young University with a BS in Business Management. David currently lives in California where he enjoys trips to Yosemite, the central coast, and his favourite shawarma restaurant. Book is his second children's book.
Natalie Hoopes was born with a head full of wild ideas. She decided that only way to get them out was to be a painter. She has recently graduated from Brigham Young University with a BFA in Illustration. Her artwork has been published in the The Friend, New Era and Liahona magazines. She currently lives in Utah with her husband and far too many books.
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Comments about Book:
Delightful presentation and my purpose in purchasing was for gifting to retired librarians. Both thoroughly enjoyed.
For Ages: 4 - 7 years old
For Grades: P - 4
Number Of Pages: 32
Published: 1st August 2015
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 28.0 x 1.02
Weight (kg): 0.5