[PDF] I Wonder | by ✓ Annaka Harris John A. Rowe [PDF] I Wonder | by ✓ Annaka Harris John A. Rowe - I Wonder, I Wonder I Wonder offers crucial lessons in emotional intelligence starting with being secure in the face of uncertainty Annaka Harris has woven a beautiful tapestry of art storytelling and profound wisdom

  • Title: I Wonder
  • Author: Annaka Harris John A. Rowe
  • ISBN: 9781940051048
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Hardcover

[PDF] I Wonder | by ✓ Annaka Harris John A. Rowe, I Wonder, Annaka Harris John A. Rowe, I Wonder I Wonder offers crucial lessons in emotional intelligence starting with being secure in the face of uncertainty Annaka Harris has woven a beautiful tapestry of art storytelling and profound wisdom Any young child and parent will benefit from sharing this wondrous book together Daniel Goleman author of the bestseller Emotional Intelligence I Wonder captures I Wonder offers crucial le

I Wonder

[PDF] I Wonder | by ✓ Annaka Harris John A. Rowe [PDF] I Wonder | by ✓ Annaka Harris John A. Rowe - I Wonder, I Wonder I Wonder offers crucial lessons in emotional intelligence starting with being secure in the face of uncertainty Annaka Harris has woven a beautiful tapestry of art storytelling and profound wisdom I Wonder

  • [PDF] I Wonder | by ✓ Annaka Harris John A. Rowe
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929 thought on “I Wonder

  1. What a beautiful book I loved the illustrations it had a very calming and soothing effect on the brain The message It s okay to teach the young ones that we do not have answers to everything and that life is mysterious It most probably will set a strong foundation for independent inquiry.


  2. I know that it s a book for children, but somehow I just wanted it to be a little bit mething I had such high hopes Maybe when I read it to my own children and see how they respond I will feel differently.



  3. This is one of the best children s books I have read in a long time Turning a parent s I don t know into a child s I wonder


  4. This is a beautiful book about curiosity, asking questions, and not always knowing the answers Dreamy, purple and gold toned illustrations portray a girl and her mother as they explore nature and the universe, asking questions, finding some answers, and being happy just to wonder A great book for our investigations unit, but also for encouraging growth mindset, extending boundaries and relaxing into not always knowing.


  5. Great book with amazing illustrations I greatly enjoyed how the message of being curious and saying I don t know was conveyed in this book Too often people don t realize it s okay not to have all the answers and this book is one way to share with kids that it s okay to just wonder and not know.



  6. A girl and her mom go for a sweet walk together, wondering about the world around them For the story of it, I like it very much The feel of the story and accompanying illustrations are just lovely Dreamy even There s also kind of this wonderful sense that wondering about something can fill you with wonder, which was really nice But as a discussion or lesson if you must put it that way on how to face uncertainty, I have mixed feelings I think it s a wonderful thing, to learn to be open to not kno [...]


  7. Love the idea behind this picture book and the glorious paintings It s okay to say, I don t know, says her mother When we don t know something, we get to wonder about it Young, curious Eva takes a beautiful walk with her mother, and explores the mysteries of the world Where does gravity come from How many grains of sand are there in the whole world Things are always changing Eggs to caterpillars to butterflies to eggs What else changes The best part of this picture book is when Eva asks a questi [...]


  8. I understand why everyone loves this book and agree that it serves an important purpose, but I have several major issues with it I agree that I don t know and the humility that conveys is an important teachable lesson I was severely disappointed that at no point did the mother say, Let s go read about this and find out Wonder is a good thing, but it is the action taken to learn that is the greatest gift we can give our children Annaka Harris could have also taken two pages at the end to address [...]


  9. I Wonder captures many significant questions that young children, and we as humans begin to assemble at a very young age which carries with us into adulthood As a mother and young daughter wander about the great outdoors, the child begins to develop a strong sense of inquiry to her surrounds and how cycles within the world relate Inspiring the sense of inquiry within young learners is essential for future development and gathering interest about systems in which the world operates More important [...]


  10. The book is beautifully illustrated and the content of the conversations between a mother and a daughter is fun to read I am going to see if I could use this book for my preschool science storytimeThe book does a good job teaching children how to wonder and ask questions about the nature and unknowns.


  11. I love the messages found in this lovely picture book Short enough to quickly read at bedtime with ethereal illustrations Think and wonder We know the answers to some questions, but there are many mysteries in life for everyone and it s okay to say, I don t know Scientifically, it briefly and simply introduces astronomy, gravity, and life cycles.


  12. Wow What a fantastic book with beautiful illustrations The author does such a nice job of not talking down to children, but instead she embraces their natural sense of curiosity and inspires thoughtful conversations between parents and children Although I only read an electronic version, I am sure the print version is even amazing I highly recommend this book for all children.


  13. We live with some big mysteries When we come upon one, we re given a little gift Every mystery is something for all of us to wonder about together What do you wonder about A little girl and her mother explore nature and talk about the importance of wondering When we don t know something, we get to wonder about it.


  14. Will my very old school Catholic in laws ever forgive me for their grandchildren getting this book as part of their Easter bunny basket Probably not.Being written out of the will aside this is a really beautiful book both in scope and the sense of wonder it creates and addresses and in the illustrations It s Jon J Muth minus the metaphysical and religious bend.


  15. I loved the concept, and illustrations in this book the dreamy watercolours were amazing But for some reason, I m never very fond of picture books written in the present tense reading them aloud feels strange 5 stars for illustrations, 3 for text.


  16. Perfect way to address all the different questions kids ask, by admitting you don t know, and encouraging kids to think for themselves.



  17. Great message but not actually that engaging for kids From my perspective it s great, but my kid doesn t really like it But she s only 2, maybe it ll be a hit later



  18. One of my top favorite children s books Gorgeous, beautiful illustrations w an important and meaningful message Highly recommend



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