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This affirming book celebrates the curiosity and thought-provoking questions children ask.

You Wonder All the Time


“Where do colors go at night, and why do shadows creep?” You Wonder All the Time celebrates curiosity and the thought-provoking questions children ask and supports them as they continue to learn. “Will you stay curious as you grow? It’s a brilliant part of you!”

Asking questions is an important part of learning that helps children grow and understand the world. Inspired by and containing questions from real kids, You Wonder All the Time explores and affirms all the questions children ask. The book features a series of engaging, playful, and curious what, when, where, why, and how questions from the child to the adult. “What if we rode a T-Rex and shook the forest floor?”

Its charming rhyme and heartwarming message that children’s many questions are welcomed and their wondering is loved make the book perfect for storytime, home, and the preschool classroom.
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Hardcover $16.99 86987 Hardcover 86987 $16.99
ISBN: 978-1-63198-698-7
Interest Level: Ages 2–6
Illustrated: color illust.
Trim Size: 10" x 10"
Page Count: 32
Praise for You Wonder All the Time

“A charming ode to curiosity. This sweet and celebratory rhyming story underscores the value of inquisitiveness.”—School Library Journal

“Highly recommended.”—Children’s Bookwatch

“The questions in this book are priceless, and the illustrations bring wonder to life.”—Warren Berger, author of A More Beautiful Question

Praise for the All the Time series

“Ups and downs, highs and lows—they’re par for the course as children learn and grow. Deborah Farmer Kris’s gentle, caring books assure them of adults’ love and support—all the time. A must-have series for the young children in your life.”—Dr. Michele Borba, educational psychologist, parenting and bullying-prevention expert, and author of End Peer Cruelty, Build EmpathyThrivers; and Unselfie
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