This Is the Planet Where I Live (Hardcover)

This Is the Planet Where I Live By K.L. Going, Debra Frasier (Illustrator) Cover Image

This Is the Planet Where I Live (Hardcover)

By K.L. Going, Debra Frasier (Illustrator)

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This picture book celebrates and honors the interconnectedness of everything here on planet Earth.

The planet where we live is full of people, animals, insects, birds, trees, clouds, rain, oceans—and everything is interconnected. With a cumulative text and rich, highly-detailed collages, this book is a joyous ode to our wondrous planet.
K.L. Going is the author of many critically acclaimed novels, including The Liberation of Gabriel King and the Printz Honor–winning Fat Kid Rules the World, as well as the picture books Bumpety, Dunkety, Thumpety-Thump!, illustrated by Simone Shin, and The Shape of the World, illustrated by Lauren Stringer. She lives with her family in Glen Spey, New York. Visit her at KLGoing.com.

Debra Frasier has written and illustrated many acclaimed picture books, including A Fabulous Fair Alphabet; Miss Alaineus: A Vocabulary Disaster; and the beloved and bestselling On the Day You Were Born. She lives in Asheville, North Carolina.

Product Details ISBN: 9781481465632
ISBN-10: 1481465635
Publisher: Beach Lane Books
Publication Date: March 21st, 2023
Pages: 40
Language: English
"This Is the Planet Where I Live is the perfect way to jump-start a young environmentalist’s education. Its eye-catching illustrations will capture the reader’s attention, and its lively text will hold it. This is the sort of book that grows alongside children, gaining broader, deeper meanings as their comprehension develops.... This Is the Planet Where I Live gloriously captures the teeming natural treasures of our beautiful, delicate world."
— BookPage

* "A stunning tribute that will make future conservationists out of all who read it."
— Kirkus Reviews, STARRED 

* "A stunning tribute that will make future conservationists out of all who read it."
— Kirkus Reviews, STARRED