Just imagine what it would be like to be as small as a mouse; or as big as a house. Imagine exploring the depths of the ocean, travelling into the past or the future - or something even stranger...
This wonderfully inventive and interactive book allows a child to tell their own story, combining new elements each time. And with intricately detailed illustrations for parent and child to pore over together, this really is a book to share time and time again.
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This book will stretch the imagination and vocabulary of children while inviting them to dream and aspire, proving to be a valuable resource in both home and classroom. - The Bookseller
As your child reads the book, she can change the story every time so the book will never grow stale. The illustrations by Nick Sharratt are full of intricate detail which offers another level for the imagination to explore. An exciting concept with boundless applications. Try using it as an inspiration for creative writing - it would work brilliantly in the classroom for this. Totally fascinating. - Parents in Touch
I cannot tell you how much I ADORE these two books [JUST IMAGINE and YOU CHOOSE]. I think they are brilliant - they encourage children to interact with both the visual and the written word, they encourage them to be creative and use their natural resources and they enable stories to be created and worlds to be made. - Book Reviews for Mums
I liked it a lot. The main thing I liked about it is that it really gets your imagination going. There are some really funny bits and some strange bits and all sorts of different bits. Also it had quite a nice ending to it. And also instead of telling you “it should be like this” or “it happens like that” you choose for yourself.
It could be for quite young people and would be good for kids who’ve just learning to read – it is mainly pictures - but it’s still quite nice for older people like me. - An Awfully Big Blog Adventure
Let your child's imagination soar with this inspirational book! ...The illustrations by Nick Sharratt are full of intricate detail which offers another level for the imagination to explore. An exciting concept with boundless applications. Try using it as an inspiration for creative writing - it would work brilliantly in the classroom for this. Totally fascinating. - parentsintouch.co.uk
Young readers’ imagination will be tickled by Just Imagine and this will instigate many hours of inventing, telling, and acting out stories. It is wonderful to have such a powerful tool to unleash children’s creativity, and allow them to take the lead, and will be therefore much used and loved at home and school - Library Mice
The fantastically detailed spreads are guaranteed to engage young readers' attention, being packed full of imaginative ideas, entertaining details, humorous touches and intriguing questions, that will set children dreaming, imagining and inventing stories of their own. - Booktrust
…will get young readers thinking, talking, and making up stories of their own. - The Daily Express
Pippa Goodhart's interest in children's books was originally sparked by a Saturday job at Heffers in Cambridge when she was at school. Since then, Pippa qualified as a teacher and returned to Heffers, where she eventually became Manager of the Children's Bookshop. She has been writing since 1993. Nick Sharratt graduated from St Martin's School of Art in 1984 and has been working as an illustrator ever since, as well as writing his own books. He has produced around 170 books to date and is the illustrator for multimillion-selling author Jacqueline Wilson. Awards won by Nick include The Children's Book Award, The Sheffield Children's Book Award and The Nestle Gold Prize.