MULTIPLE STORIES . . . MULTIPLE STORIES. A story about choices from the "Queen of the
Concept Book."—The Horn Book
WHAT IF a boy found a beach ball and kicked it into the ocean? WHAT IF two seals found it and began to play? WHAT IF a third seal appeared on the beach looking for a friend? In this spare and deceptively simple book, Laura Vaccaro Seeger shows us the same story with three different outcomes, each highlighting the possibility in possibilities.Youngest children will enjoy this visit to the beach and the chance to guess what happens when different choices are made. What If? is a 2011 Bank Street - Best Children's Book of the Year.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - krausch - LibraryThing
I liked this book. Even though it did not have words, it taught a great lesson. this book can teach children to include everyone. If they see someone sitting by themselves, they can invite them to play instead of leaving them alone. Read full review
Review: What If?User Review - Molly - Goodreads
I really like this one. The words are really simple but it shows different scenarios of friends being left out and how to change so it works out for everyone. Great illustrations, too. Read full review