eSource: Into the Wild
Roman is a lone wanderer and the wild is his to explore.
“If he heard a grasshopper chirp, he would follow it everywhere. Roman craved wonder and surprise . . . and wandered further.”
Yet despite his amazing adventures and fascinating discoveries, Roman is still searching for something. Is being alone really the only choice for a wanderer?
This charming tale explores the beauty of nature and friendship and delights in celebrating the spirit of wonder and curiosity.
“This book celebrates the spirit of wonder and shows how awesome it is to be curious about the world around us.”—mrlovesbookshelf
“For the little explorers out there this is a story for you.”—books_for_boys
“Not only are the text and illustrations completely absorbing, it is one of those picture books which will stimulate hours and hours of conversation and inspiration to get outside and investigate the plants, insects, birds and animals to be found wherever you live.”—Veronica Price
|Into the Wild: Teaching Guide||7.87 MB|