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Love this little guy s imagination just wish their was a littlemeat to it 3.5 Will save for storytime, love the viewpoint from a child s imagination This was a cute story, but not my favorite I like stories with a littlesubstance, not just repeating the same first phrase then a few different words I can see myself doing an assignment for my students about what magical places they think their feet will take them in the future This is a book for beginning readers for sure and I think it has an important message This story can be used to boost the self esteem of a child who may not believe in themselves You can do anything if you put This was a cute story, but not my favorite I like stories with a littlesubstance, not just repeating the same first phrase then a few different words I can see myself doing an assignment for my students about what magical places they think their feet will take them in the future This is a book for beginning readers for sure and I think it has an important message This story can be used to boost the self esteem of a child who may not believe in themselves You can do anything if you put your mind to it, and young children need to know that I liked how the illustrator used animals instead of humans Using animals is just a way to engage the reader, especially a child Once again, a cute story, but not one of my favorites PK 1st grade Cute story of a panda who wonders and describes where his feet go throughout the day Simple, yet creative language describes what he does trample, tiptoe, splash, etc in an imaginative way This book is great for use with lessons on verbs, synonyms, or even metaphors The pencil drawn illustrations are bright and appealing Great for a read aloud. Bug still uses the word pretend and then glances up at me to make sure he s using it correctly I m trying not to put any pressure on him but I have high hopes for his pretend games Already we sword fight with wrapping paper tubes and use monster feet to chase each other down He s started taking pretend bites of food and making his stuffed animals speak to him, each other, and if I m lucky me My childhood was immersed in pretend I spent hours looking for aliens in the backyard, bringing an Bug still uses the word pretend and then glances up at me to make sure he s using it correctly I m trying not to put any pressure on him but I have high hopes for his pretend games Already we sword fight with wrapping paper tubes and use monster feet to chase each other down He s started taking pretend bites of food and making his stuffed animals speak to him, each other, and if I m lucky me My childhood was immersed in pretend I spent hours looking for aliens in the backyard, bringing an end to tea parties with my fellow slime i nators don t ask It s a long and complicated back story , and fishing off the deck While my peers quickly outgrew their pretend games, I held on with both hands until I was close enough to make the leap into fiction Now with Bug I m beginning to reenter that world without being thought odd Any chance I get, I m carefully encouraging Where My Feet Go was a perfect way to continue this encouragement Brigitta Sif has delightfully captured the simple pleasure in a day spent imagining Which, as all the best imaginers out there know, is a day spent well.The main character, a little panda, begins by introducing his feet As they all suit up he tells the reader that how he goes where he is going will not be how others get there I love this guy already and he doesn t disappointment He and his feet traipse through the jungle, find the sea, bridges, and mountains There s dinosaurs, adventure and tickling clouds And where will the little panda s feet go tomorrow Well, it s really anyone s guess but surely somewhere fabulous.Sif s characters are sweet and idealistic They capture the exuberance and innocence of youth with big round eyes and sweet expressions She doesn t draw what the character imagines but the reality allowing the reader to create the imaginary image themselves The soft, muted colors and small quirky details just endear the book to the reader evenThere s enough in each illustration to keep it interesting but not too much, allowing young ones to be able to focus and follow the story with ease.Sif essentially captures my childhood in her story and delivers it as a treasured memory available for a reintroduction It s nostalgic, sweet, and fabulous During our first reading, Bug kept glancing at me, confused He s pretending, I explained pointing to the birds Are those dinosaurs No, he s pretending they are and now it s lotsfun For awhile, I received a cautionary smile after this explanation Now, when we go through the pages Bug points and says He s pretending Then he turns and gives me a smile, like he s in on the secret I hope so I hope he can be in on the secret wonder that is pretending for as long as he can be.Story Tips We happened to have yellow wellies which fit in perfectly with the story If you don t have wellies, talk about what shoes you would put on instead Allowing kids to personalize the tale makes it just that, personal A lovely fun adventure day story of a small panda following its feet to find the next wonderful thing.Enchanting illustrations. .KINDLE ♍ Where My Feet Go ⚖ A young panda s feet walk, run, swing, and splash through the day in this charming story for preschoolers that is also an ode to imaginative play, perfect for fans of the Chu s Day books Meet Little Panda He s awake and ready for adventure Where will his feet take him Do they walk a normal walk down a normal street Or will they find a new way to carry him through the day Maybe a tree branch can be a shaky bridge A sandbox a desert A bath an underwater adventure Maybe little feet can go anywhere There s a whole world to explore Young children will see themselves in Little Panda and find inspiration in Little Panda s big steps This was a cute little picturebook that could help teach young children to think about what they might do in a day Throughout the book, the character imagines what their feet may doing or be wearing in different situations, you could easily ask students to imagine a different body part, and come up with their own ideas. Reviewed for School Library Journal 2 1 2016PreS Gr 1 A young panda bear asks the innocuous question Do you know where my feet go in the morning What transpires is a fanciful and whimsical romp from the viewpoint of his feet When he jumps in a rain puddle, panda explains that his feet are splashing in the ocean While feeding the birds outside, he tells readers that his feet sit very, very quietly while I feed little dinosaurs The day progresses with his feet having all sorts of escapades Reviewed for School Library Journal 2 1 2016PreS Gr 1 A young panda bear asks the innocuous question Do you know where my feet go in the morning What transpires is a fanciful and whimsical romp from the viewpoint of his feet When he jumps in a rain puddle, panda explains that his feet are splashing in the ocean While feeding the birds outside, he tells readers that his feet sit very, very quietly while I feed little dinosaurs The day progresses with his feet having all sorts of escapades, and when nighttime falls, he takes a bath while his feet go exploring underwater Children will delight in the juxtaposition of what they see happening in the illustration and how panda describes it with much creative license In each scene, panda is accompanied by a toy frog, and kids will enjoy finding where the frog is situated in each vignette This clever narrative is illustrated in pencil and then colored digitally and skillfully demonstrates the joy of using one s imagination VERDICT Sif s entertaining picture book will get kids thinking about where their feet go in an unusual and truly entertaining way Amy Nolan, St Joseph Public Library, St Joseph, MI The message is clear, our feet can take us wherever we want to go.Readers of all ages will identify with Little and Big Panda as the day transpires and the adventures wind down It encourages exploration, following of dreams, and the use imagination to turn the ordinary unto the extraordinary Watching as Little Panda gets his feet into his colorful socks non matching of course and tops it off with YELLOW moon boots Seeing him traverse mountains, bridges, and a splishy splashy ocean, only The message is clear, our feet can take us wherever we want to go.Readers of all ages will identify with Little and Big Panda as the day transpires and the adventures wind down It encourages exploration, following of dreams, and the use imagination to turn the ordinary unto the extraordinary Watching as Little Panda gets his feet into his colorful socks non matching of course and tops it off with YELLOW moon boots Seeing him traverse mountains, bridges, and a splishy splashy ocean, only to finally be tickled by the clouds The illustrations at every turn of the page will inspire and delight The color palette used is muted in tone but it works well with the starkly white background utilized in some scenes while blending nicely in the full page spreads.Overall, a wonderful read about the adventures our feet can take us on if only we ve the desire, courage, and imagination to follow review copy received in exchange for my honest reviewfull post can be seen on my site