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What We'll Build: Plans for Our Together Future Hardcover – Picture Book, 7 October 2020
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- Publisher : HarperCollins GB (7 October 2020)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 48 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0008382204
- ISBN-13 : 978-0008382209
- Reading age : 3 years and up
- Dimensions : 24.6 x 1.2 x 28.6 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 568 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Praise for Here We Are:
“The witty images are atmospheric and full of enthralling detail” Nicolette Jones / The Times
“An optimistic snapshot of contemporary life, this heartfelt hug of a book ought to become a classic” The Guardian
“Beautiful illustrations” Creative Review
“There is a childlike awe and wonder about the stars and planets in the book” The Irish Times
‘Delightfully illustrated’ Time
‘Beautifully illustrated’ Artists & Illustrators
‘This performer had assured pace and charm. The storytelling was captivating and a beautifully realised gem, with a surprise ending. Gorgeous!’ Audio Production Awards judges
The breathtaking new companion to international bestseller Here We Are
From the Publisher
"These are the things we'll build, you and I..."
The perfect bedtime story for inquisitive young minds
From the internationally bestselling creator of Here We Are, How to Catch a Star, and The Fate of Fausto comes a brand new, stunningly illustrated picture book masterpiece.
"Let's build a tunnel to anywhere,
let's build a road up to the moon.
Let's build a comfy place to rest,
for we'll be tired soon."
The perfect gift for children navigating an unfamiliar world, and for parents guiding them through it.
From the creator of the international bestseller Here We Are
- #1 New York Times bestseller
- #1 TIME Best Book of the Year
- Blue Peter Book of the Year
- Time Magazine Children's Book of the Year
- Over a million copies sold worldwide
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Top reviews from other countries
Love this author. Always a hit!
It came and I was so looking forward to reading it with my 4 year old son.... we did and sadly we didn’t love it. We revisited it a handful, trying so desperately to fall in love with it, but again , we just don’t love it.
YES, the illustrations are so beautiful drawn, (the best part!) and the story does have meaning, but reading it was static, it didn’t flow, it didn’t capture our imagination. So for a 4 year old? Nope.