WINNER OF A TILLYWIG BRAIN CHILD AWARD! This is a story about finding a Way. Any Way. You can share the Way or you can show the Way, and there are many different Ways. Some Ways are better for some. Other Ways are better for others. The important thing is that you find the Way that is best for you. This is the idea shared in this beautiful new picture book of a young explorer's journey. Gorgeous illustrations leave the readers imagination plenty of room to find their own way through this uniquely narrated tale.
by Marshall Karp
by Bev Marshall
by John Marshall
by Paule Marshall
by Carl Weber, Ty Marshall, Marlon P.S. White
by Irene Hunt
by Alan Paton
by Judith Smith-Levin
by Peg Kehret
"How many different inflections can a narrator read into the word "way"? Pete Cross uses them all--and then some! As young Martin sets out on a walk, he's just enjoying his life. While on his walk, he finds a "way," which he tucks under his arm. Each time Martin meets one of his friends, he shares his "way," finds or explores a new "way," and eventually comes to conclusions about which "way" is best suited to him. Cross sets a brisk pace in keeping with the outing and provides distinctive voices for Martin and his friends. Zippy music completes the production. As an audio only, this is certainly a brainteaser; with the picture book in hand, the richness of each "way" is dramatically increased. A.R. © AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine"
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