The Thinking Book
We should let children be left to think more often, to develop their minds outside of our schedules and parameters we've created for them. Thinking is non-linear and abstract, and if you have a child whose often lost in thought, this is a wonderful book for you. Every page offers room for new inspiration.
Not to be deterred by a hurried schedule or the start of school, a child takes his time to carefully consider whatever flights of fancy come to mind. Delicious, juicy watermelons, bubbling streams and playful puddles, and even particles of dust that dance in the sunlight distract the inventive child from his daily tasks.
With artfully simple images as food for thought, young readers will find their own minds wandering as they dream up individual interpretations of THE THINKING BOOK.