What Would I Be? by Ed Cornelyan
  

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What Would I Be? by Ed Cornelyan

In this amiable, rhyming verse What Would I Be?, a spunky little boy rejects choosing one ultimate life-long career and pictures himself in different professions before it is too late and he gets too old, like ten, perhaps eleven. Every month he discovers new careers that fit his personal requirements and aptitude. The bright acrylic drawings by Amber Blitz capture the laughable array of the boy's dreams and support the text with humor and expression. This fun story reveals many wonderful things about being a child. With dynamic text and glowing illustrations, this story is sure to spark the imaginations of little barbers, dancers, architects, artists, and astronauts-to-be.

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Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Ed Cornelyan
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Publisher

Forks Press

Publication date

1st January 2012

ISBN

9780981664125


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