School Is Wherever I Am (Hardcover)

School Is Wherever I Am By Ellie Peterson, Ellie Peterson (Illustrator) Cover Image

School Is Wherever I Am (Hardcover)

By Ellie Peterson, Ellie Peterson (Illustrator)

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From Ellie Peterson, the author-illustrator of How to Hug A Pufferfish comes a timely new picture book about learning, exploration, and the ever-expanding definition of school.

Is school only one place?

Are there other classrooms?
Different teachers?
New Lessons?

In this charming, thoughtful picture book, author-illustrator Ellie Peterson explores learning, adventure, and the thousands of the things you can discover outside of a classroom—about the world, about your family, about yourself. Because school is truly wherever you are.

Ellie Peterson is a picture book author, illustrator, and science teacher living in the Seattle area. She is the author/illustrator of It’s A Round, Round World and The Reason for the Seasons. She was also the illustrator for Bea’s Bees by Katherine Pryor. Her work is inspired by her experiences teaching STEM, her upbringing as a biracial child in a military family, and her adventures in parenting.

Ellie Peterson is a picture book author, illustrator, and science teacher living in the Seattle area. She is the author/illustrator of It’s A Round, Round World and The Reason for the Seasons. She was also the illustrator for Bea’s Bees by Katherine Pryor. Her work is inspired by her experiences teaching STEM, her upbringing as a biracial child in a military family, and her adventures in parenting.
Product Details ISBN: 9781250845245
ISBN-10: 1250845246
Publisher: Roaring Brook Press
Publication Date: May 3rd, 2022
Pages: 40
Language: English

"This book is a solid starting point for a conversation on the importance of learning, curiosity, and actively taking part in the world at all times. An excellent purchase for school libraries." —School Library Journal, starred review

"Nails the essence of a good education, the attitude of a lifelong learner, and the many places and opportunities in the world where learning can take place. . . .Readers will be making their own lists, perhaps before the last page is turned. —Kirkus Reviews

"Thought-provoking, inspiring, and likely to resonate with students adjusting to pandemic life." —Booklist

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Inspiring readers to see “school,” and various types of intelligence, in new ways." —Publishers Weekly