THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW
In a story of small events, Lee portrays a universal childhood experience of carefree adventure. She evokes the little girl's un-self-conscious joy and elicits tender amusement from the reader.
KIRKUS REVIEWS, STARRED REVIEW
In 40 wordless pages, Lee captures the fascination, awe and ongoing sense of wonder that the ocean inspires in each of us, no matter how old.
SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL, STARRED REVIEW
perfectly captures a child\'s day at the beach . A simple, well-crafted story of friendship.
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY, STARRED REVIEW
A book whose rewards multiply with rereading.
beautifully illustrated and poetic, a non-ending tale about the a little girl engaging playfully the waves and the seaPublished 9 days ago by jp
My 27 month old son LOVES this book. No words just storytelling through the pictures.Published 2 months ago by MLB
Beautiful. Poignant. We bought this as a keepsake for our 2-year old granddaughter when we celebrated our 45th wedding anniversary (sapphire) by all dressing in blue or white and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Diana Holbert
I absolutely love this book. Being a graphic designer/artist, I'm so drawn to the simple illustrations and the story it tells without words. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jennifer Cournoyer
Amazing wordless book. The watercolor and what appears to be oil pastels or color pencil create a powerful depiction do a girl who goes out and explores the beach and plays with... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I am an Early Childhood Special Ed SLP and we used this book as part of our Ocean unit. It is adorable! Great way to talk about body language, facial expressions and emotions! Read morePublished 8 months ago by shamrock
I took my granddaughers to the ocean this year, and I bought them this book as a memory book. It is exactly how they reacted to the ocean. I love the book. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Janner
My daughter and I have fun together with this book, as the images allow me to make poems up on the fly to describe the story. She loves the images, and I do too!Published 17 months ago by Stu Franks