I Wonder

Annaka Harris (2013), Four Elephants Press

Eva and her mom take walks in the moonlight, stare at the stars, and ponder big questions together. Eva is very curious and, with the help and patience of her mom, explores the purpose of gravity and butterflies. The two of them discuss the importance of wonder and mystery. Through her mom, Eva learns that saying, “I don’t know” is okay and that by doing so, you can open yourself to exploring and learning.

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Talk with a child about this book

What things do you wonder about?

Can you think of a time when you have said that you don’t know something?

How do you respond to your friends when they don’t know something that you know?

Do you like Eva’s mom’s ideas about wonder and mystery?

Can you think of a big mystery that we could ponder?