Key Selling Points
“Quiet, reflective, and steadily paced, this reads aloud well. The rhymes are smooth...and the rhythm steady, with a nice surprise at the end...A pleasant, peaceful reminder of the wonders that can be found in the natural world, just right for bedtime.” - Kirkus Reviews
“A girl and her grandfather greet the magic of nature in the bow of their canoe in this delicate and elegant tale...Bifano's full-bleed gouache illustrations are vivid but also mirror the gentleness of the text with soft colors and flowing lines...A beautiful introduction to nature that will succeed in storytimes and one-on-one readings alike.” - School Library Journal
“A warm story of intergenerational companionship and nature's everyday delights.” - Publishers Weekly
“This book is perfect for sharing with young children during the late afternoon or evening when the weather is ripe for canoeing.” - Canadian Children's Book News
“This would be a perfect story to read before bedtime or a quiet time with its rhythmic, soothing language…The illustration and description made me feel as if I was there with them in the canoe. This story clearly depicts Canadian lake life and would be an excellent addition to a school library and for a read-aloud.” - Resource Links
“The two make lasting memories in this quietly satisfying portrayal of a day spent together on the lake.” - Booklist
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