About the book: Send your favorite graduates off on their next adventure! Full of quirky illustrations and fun, rhyming text, this book is a great way to recognize all they’ve accomplished and show them that you’re confident they’ll succeed in the future. Whether they’re heading out into the world or staying close to home, help them mark this important milestone with this inspirational and encouraging gift.

My review: I always love getting the chance to read children’s books. This one is so fun! I read it with my four year old and we had tons of fun checking out the clever pictures. I didn’t realize until afterwards that this one is being marketed as a graduate book. As I think back on the book with my thoughts turned that way, it makes me a bit sad and nostalgic. And then I remember that I’ll have a child graduating next year and it’s even worse!

This really is a fun book. I love the way it rhymes, it’s reminiscent of Dr Suess’ books and who doesn’t love those? This book is perfect for everyone. It’s perfect for the graduate getting ready to go off on new adventures. It’s perfect for children and parents to read together. It’s just an all around great picture book!

I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Purchase link: Amazon 

About the author: Jason Pruett has a BFA in industrial design from Brigham Young University and an MFA in illustration from the Academy of Art University. He has created art for games and animation. Jason currently illustrates picture books, such as A Is for Abinadi, and the children’s comic book Jimmy Brass, 2nd Grade Detective. He lives in the Salt Lake area with his wife.

 

 

 

 

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