This book takes a look at how each person's experiences in the world are gloriously unique. Feel the rain kiss your skin or the wind ruffle your hair. Hear the hum of a bumblebee; watch a water strider march across a pond; taste a red, ripe strawberry; whistle with a blade of grass. A moving look at the experiences that belong only to us, marking a place on Earth that is ours alone. After all, who but you can remember your own memories? Wonderfully evocative of nature's sensory treasures, here is a perfect gift to share with a child -- or to inspire loved ones of any age as they set out to create their special place in the world.
Candlewick Press 2011
ISBN: 978-0-76363-848-1 (hardcover, 32 pages)
Douglas Wood lives in Sartell, Minnesota, where he writes, composes music, and leads nature walks. He is the author of many bestselling books for adults and children, including Old Turtle.
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