Where My Feet Go {Book Review}

I received a copy of “Where My Feet Go“($16.99 value) in exchange for this promotion. Any opinions expressed here are honest and my own.”


Meet Little Panda. He’s awake and ready for adventure. Where will his feet take him? Do they walk a normal walk down a normal street? Or will they find a new way to carry him through the day?  Maybe a tree branch can be a shaky bridge. A sandbox a desert. A bath an underwater adventure. Maybe little feet can go anywhere. . . . There’s a whole world to explore!  Young children will see themselves in Little Panda and find inspiration in Little Panda’s big steps.

Where My Feet Go is a great book for those youngsters who make an adventure or have a great imagination into anything they do.  Simple steps outside can lead to “trampling through the thick jungle” or “climbing over tall mountains”.  Amazing where a little one’s feet can go with an open mind and lots of creativity.  Join Little Panda in this cute picture book of adventures today.  This hardcover book is geared for Preschool-Kindergarten (ages 2-5).

Where My Feet Go can be purchased at Amazon, Barnes and Nobles and anywhere children’s books are sold.  Get your copy today!

About the Author

Birgitta Sif was brought up in the U.S. and Scandinavia and now lives in Sweden. She is the author-illustrator of the Kate Greenaway–nominated picture book Oliver and the illustrator of Knopf’s Miss Hazeltine’s Home for Shy and Fearful Cats. You can find out more from Birgitta at birgittasif.com.

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