About the Book and Author and Illustrator
‘Sometimes in the mornings when I’m looking down at you, I stop and watch and ponder all the things that you will do.’
With an inspiring and empowering message that speaks to all children from author Lucy Rowland, this lovely book has bright illustrations by Neely Daggett, as you can see from the cover.
I think the book is about all children and that even if you are really small you can do or be anything
Megan says: I liked reading this book because it is colourful and there are lots of rainbows to see. I could read it easily myself and my mummy also read it to me. I think the book is about all children and that even if you are really small you can do or be anything. Even if it is hard don’t let anything stop you.
Mum says: We enjoyed reading this book together, it was lovely and bright and colourful with positive messages on every page. I think every child will be able to see themselves in one or more of the children illustrated in the book, and they will be able to see things that they want to do, inspiring them to overcome hurdles and reach their full potential.
If you would would like to buy a copy of the book we invite you to order it from your local independent book shop.
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Alternatively, we suggest that you visit your local library and request to borrow a copy from a friendly librarian.
Whichever you choose we hope you enjoy being part of your unique reading community – happy reading everyone!
- Name: Megan
- Age: 6 years
- Likes: Ballroom dancing, dragons and chocolate
- Dislikes: Onions and climate change
- Favourite Book: The Worst Witch by Jill Murphy
- Favourite TV series : Operation Ouch
- Favourite Song: I Gotta Feeling by the Black Eyed Peas