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Are We There Yet?

Dan Santat

Are We There Yet?

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4 out 5

13 reviews

The car trip to Grandma’s house is taking forever. Are We There Yet? explores the amazing possibilities of imagination on a long, boring car journey, as time slows down so much that it starts going backwards. Featuring dinosaurs, Ancient Egyptians, knights and pirates, this is one amazing journey through the imagination. With stand-out illustrations that span millennia by the Caldecott-winning author of The Adventures of Beekle.

Reviews

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The little boy

Constable Cornetto Turkey 24.08.2023

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funny

Sir Quincy Sparrow 10.09.2022

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It was good

Anonymous 04.09.2022

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It’s just sound like me in the car and he gave me so many ideas of what to dream about in my next journey

Anonymous 23.07.2022

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It's funky

Empress Angel O’Doughnut 22.07.2022

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I liked everything about this book. Each page travelled through time. The best bit was when they met a T-rex.

Lord Ice-T Spaghetti-Hoops 10.08.2021

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The child in this story takes a long time to get to a birthday party. However, the journey is the main adventure!

Captain Dobbin Rollercoaster 23.08.2019

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Nice book.

Anonymous 19.08.2019

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It is a very confusing book.

Anonymous 09.02.2019

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it was a (literal) book turning book

Anonymous 09.08.2018

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i love this book

Anonymous 30.07.2018

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This is a great book especially for kids aged 3-7. It has great illustrations that really catch the eye with bright colors it is really funny and younger aged children and would be a great family bed time story i really enjoyed this and would recommend this to any young children. Reviewed by: Lady Peaches Satellite

Lady Diamond Stegosaurus 03.07.2018

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