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Publisher's Summary

I Wonder... I Wonder is a child's first book about the simple joy of discovery.

Listen to it with your children or grandchildren and exercise their natural curiosity and imagination. The light verse can be easily recalled, even by the youngest child. This one should prove to be an old favorite.

©2012 Vernon Crumrine (P)2013 Vernon Crumrine

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A tender, lovely audiobook

What did you love best about I Wonder... I Wonder?

I think it will charm children.

What did you like best about this story?

It is almost like a beautiful melody.

Which character – as performed by Anjna Patel – was your favorite?

There are no characters in this story.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

It is a very brief audiobook.

Any additional comments?

Narrator: Ms Patel has a soft and tender voice that children will find enchanting. She sounds enthusiastic and in awe as she reads this brief and wonderful audiobook.
The author, Mr. Crumrine, wrote a short book so beautiful that it may also be used as a game between the parents and the child; after listening, all they need to do is ask the child, for example: “I wonder… I wonder what my child (my angel) is thinking ’cause his eyes are sparkling and his lips are smiling,” then sit back and listen to their child tell them what he or she is wondering about.
This is a tender, lovely audiobook that children and parents will surely enjoy: five stars
Jake Taylor