What do you see when you look up?
Where does your imagination take you?
What do you wish for?
A story about dreaming of beautiful things, and about being happy with what you've got. For sky gazers ages 5 years and up.
At Clavis, our focus is on what's best for children. We believe that books play an important role in each new phase in life. Our toddler books are tailored for every stage from 0 to 3 and focus on the five most important themes in their life: daily life, skills, emotions, the world, and language development. The age range and theme of every book in our toddler series can be found on the back cover in the form of a colored train.
Author: Ellen Delange
Binding Type: Paperback
Size: 11.20h x 8.10w x 0.30d
Audience: Ages 4-8
About the Author
Ellen DeLange has been fascinated by picture books ever since she was a child growing up in the Netherlands. In the attic of her home she assembled a small library and shared her collection with friends and family. As an adult she started traveling and expanded her library with picture books from all over the world. Ellen also enjoyed inventing her own stories and was encouraged by her daughter to write her first picture book, A Story with a Tale. Ellen has a doctorate in medical sciences, and currently lives in Canada where she loves to walk in the woods with her Jack Russell terriers, drink lots of tea after a busy day, and sail on the ocean to clear her mind. When I Look Up is her third book. Jenny Meilihove is a freelance illustrator from Israel. Her father first taught her how to draw and instilled a love of art by taking her to galleries when she was a child. Later she majored in Illustration at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem. Now Jenny makes illustrations for games, home décor, and paper goods. But illustrating children's books is what she loves the most. She wants her art to bring joy and happiness to everyone. When she's not busy making art, Jenny loves to sleep and to have tea with cookies. Even when she's asleep, she sometimes dreams about having tea with cookies.