Synopses & Reviews
A child's world is full of movement. Whether at play or out of sheer joy, you are constantly on the go. This lively book shows kids doing what they enjoy--jumping and dancing, and cartwheeling and bouncing through their days. Stephen Swinburne celebrates kids and their boundless energy in a bright, playful photo essay that shows you some of the amazing ways a child's body can move and invites young ones to discover fresh ways to dance and twirl through the world.
About the Author
Stephen R. Swinburne is the creator of the concept books Lots and Lots of Zebra Stripes: Patterns in Nature; Guess Whose Shadow?; What's a Pair? What's a Dozen?; What's Opposite?; and What Color Is Nature? He has worked as a naturalist and a ranger in several national parks, and is the author of a number of books on wildlife, including Coyote: North America's Dog, and Bobcat: North America's Cat. He lives with his family in Londonderry, Vermont.