Join in on a joyous walk to the park with this child's-eye photographic exploration extravaganza. Cleverly never showing the child narrator, the reader follows the narrator's green doodle line as she investigates a stick, a butterfly, a feather, a daisy chain and other features, as well as crossing the road and avoiding the cracks in the pavement.
Based on the author's own explorations of Hampstead Heath with her young children, this is a book to inspire children's imaginations from their local surroundings.
Children's observational skills and a love of nature are encouraged and the book is ideal for both town and country dwellers - we can all find green space somewhere! It is such a simple idea and I think it is a brilliant inspiration for adult and child to create their own version of this story. - Parents in Touch
An absolute treasure of a picture book. - School Librarian
One sunny spring day we went for a walk in the park...
We held hands crossing the road.
We saw flowers peeping through the fence.
I jumped along the pavement ... jumping on the squares.
In the park ...
I ran and ran and went roly-poly all the way down the hill!
I saw a SNAKE, so I ran away ... but my mummy said it was just a stick.
I blew the seeds away into the sky.
They floated up and up ... right up to the clouds.
I found a little ladybird on a leaf.
When it saw me it really wanted to go on my hand.
I saw wobbly raindrops in the grass.
Binding: Paperback, 32 pages ISBN: 9781847802590 Format: 210mm x 250mm