Why We Walk
When we walk we see things that we would have missed if we drove. Things like birds, cats, & squirrels. When we walk we have fun spending time together. We talk and learn how walking can help to care for our planet. Join Siena and her dad as they walk to school and discover every little step counts.
This is the second book in the Siena’s Stories series. The first book, The Dance of the Snow Tractors, was named a top book for children in the automobile category by Newsweek magazine.
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I chose to read this book after receiving a free e-copy from the author. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.
Sienna, a girl who lives in Canada, describes her walks to school with her dad every day. She asks why they walk when most kids ride the bus or are brought by car. He explains that it helps the Earth if they don’t drive because of the emissions. Her mom tells her that her dad also likes walking because he gets to spend time with Sienna.
The text is easy to read so it’s a good book for young readers, and the illustrations are colorful. This is a great book for children to read!
About the Author
Siena is a real Canadian kid who likes making up stories with her father. Both of whom choose to create these books somewhat anonymously.
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