If You Want to See a Whale

By FOGLIANO, Julie

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ISBN
978-1-59643-731-9
Publisher
Roaring Brook Neal Porter


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School Library Journal

Starred Review on June 1, 2013  |  Preschool to Grade 4

PreS-Gr 2—A poetic text advises children what to do (and not do) if they want to see a whale, as the illustrations show a boy, a dog, and a bird trying out the actions suggested: "…if you want to see a whale,/you will need a not-so-comfy chair/and a not-so-cozy blanket/because...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

Horn Book Magazine

Reviewed on May 1, 2013

The same pair that brought us And Then It's Spring (rev. 1/12) returns with a book that has a similar overall feel but a completely different story. Once again the protagonist is a small boy with a whole lot of patience. But where the earlier book dealt with the facts of nature, this one takes on the possibility of imagination. "If you want to see a whale / you will need a window," it begins. A window? Well, of course you do, if you're a kid in a...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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