In My Room: A Book of Creativity and Imagination

In My Room A Book of Creativity and Imagination In her room one little girl can be anything she wants to be and go anywhere she wishes to go all with the power of her imagination and paper markers and crayons of course She can go on safari or

  • Title: In My Room: A Book of Creativity and Imagination
  • Author: Jo Witek Christine Roussey
  • ISBN: 9781419726446
  • Page: 403
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In her room, one little girl can be anything she wants to be and go anywhere she wishes to go, all with the power of her imagination and paper, markers, and crayons, of course She can go on safari or sail the seven seas She can be a doctor, teacher, or high powered businesswoman The sky s the limit And when the day is over, she can become a little girl again, safe iIn her room, one little girl can be anything she wants to be and go anywhere she wishes to go, all with the power of her imagination and paper, markers, and crayons, of course She can go on safari or sail the seven seas She can be a doctor, teacher, or high powered businesswoman The sky s the limit And when the day is over, she can become a little girl again, safe in her room.

    One thought on “In My Room: A Book of Creativity and Imagination”

    1. I'm torn. On the one hand, I love that it's promoting imagination and creativity. The way the book is set up is neat and interesting. I enjoyed parts where they switched who the bride and groom are and the wording "as smart as a teacher, too!" I think those are simple yet important things to have out there. It has a good lesson. Yet. I didn't love it and I'm not sure why. I'd still recommend though.

    2. An awesome little book to inspire creativity and imagination in kids. Flips around to read a different way and go against the grain.

    3. Interesting book design. It opens from the side, and each page is just a little larger than the previous page. They are die cut to gradually, page by page, form a pyramid.

    4. On the first page the reader should turn the book 90 degrees to read it. Another feature is the die-cut pages in the shape of a fat coloring pencil in different colors and textures. In addition the pages are made out of a sturdy cardboard, a little thinner than a board-book.A small girl proclaims she can be anything with her paper, crayons, chalk and her imagination. She is an explorer, princess, speed racer and more. From page to page there is a new adventure. She can also be at school or in th [...]

    5. The unique design of this book makes it stand out from others in its field. It opens from the right like a standard book, but the pages are triangular and therefore get smaller with each turn. A little girl uses her imagination to be whatever she pleases; good for inspiring imaginative endeavors.

    6. Genre: Modern FantasyGrade level: Lower/Intermediate ElementaryCreativity is something to be talked about, especially in the Elementary grades! This book shows children how to be creative and use their imaginations through a fun book with unique pages!

    7. I wish I liked this more because I'm always intrigued when a new book comes out in this series (which is apparently called Growing Hearts). The art is much more appealing than the text. There are some cute moments though.

    8. I love this book! Awesome design, illustrations were wonderful and the story itself is one kids are going to enjoy! I wouldn't use it for a story time, but one on one and reading alone- its a winner!

    9. I loved how this picture book is a little more 'interactive' than some others. It reads side-ways and each page is a different length/color/theme.

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