These poems are written in a child's language and are lyrical when read aloud. The subjects are intended to spur pure curiosity to the listener and promote thought, wonder, and, very important, observation. These are poems that promote dialogue between the reader and the child -- I can't think of anything more important than dialogue between a parent (guardian) and child, teacher and child, or reader and child. The subjects are some of the innocent things that a child is introduced to in life: clouds, bugs, waves, rainbows, raindrops, wind, the sun and the moon.
In a world of so much complexity and bombardment of information, Where does it Go? is an innocent look at the world and its questions through a child's eyes (our eyes, as well).
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