Book Review: An Atlas of Imaginary Places by Mia Cassany & Ana de Lima
Book: An Atlas of Imaginary Places
Author: Mia Cassany and Ana de Lima
Publisher: Prestel (2018)
Genre: Juvenile fiction
Ages: 7-10; grades 2-4
I imagine–powerful words that open doors to infinite possibilities, places where fiction can be reality and dreams can become true. Come explore a Jungle of Spots, Paper Mountains, Sweet Sea Islands,Sleeping Whale, Cape of Flying Fish, Tallest Lighthouse, Ice Arena, Sea Forest, Bubble Gum Volcano, Lush Green City, City of Butterflies, Hidden Lake, Desert of Lost and Found, Hidden Desires.
This Critic?s Review:
We are what we strive to be. Our dreams make us aspire. Creativity and invention work hand in hand. Innovation is brainstorming ideas then making them our own. This book encourages its readers to bridge our imagine to reality as we enter wondrous places.
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