The Looking Book
Publication Date: October 2009
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remotes and video-game controllers and take a look at the wonder of
the world around them.
In The Looking Book, author P. K. Hallinan uses lively rhyming
verse to entice children to delight in the wonders of the world around
them. Given a pair of "lookers" by their mom, two boys soon realize
that the lookers aren't needed at all. They just need to take the time to
step outside, and they will see how much fun they can have.
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