Synopses & Reviews
Right Where You Are Now is a bedtime story for children. Vibrant illustrations transport readers millions of years back through geologic time, from worlds of flowing rivers of lava to the tribes of early Americans. A new and exciting journey begins with every turn of the page. Right Where You Are Now is scientifically accurate, so it's more than just a bedtime story it's an educational adventure.
"In an eye-opening and meditative bedtime book with a distinctive 1960s aesthetic, two children take an imaginative journey around the world and into the past. Montierth alternates between past and present: 'Right where you are now, quiet streets twist together. But once.... It was lava that twisted for miles.' Rendered in a bold, Technicolor palette, Burke's illustrations invite readers to imagine the possibilities of an ever-changing world. Ages 2 7. (Sept.)" Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
“In an eye-opening and meditative bedtime book with a distinctive 1960s aesthetic, two children take an imaginative journey around the world and into the past.” —Publishers Weekly
A vibrant and exciting bedtime story for children, this picture book has vivid illustrations of the Earths early creatures and changing landscapes. It allows children to explore earth science at an early age.
About the Author
Lisa Montierth is a freelance writer who has contributed to Durango Magazine, the University of Idaho Argonaut, elephantjournal.com, and iwend.com. She lives in Austin, Texas.