There’s room for just one final piece in Winslow and Rosie’s impressive collection of natural wonders. So, they set off into the forest in search of something extraordinary. They journey far — along the creek, across the valley, through the spruce grove and up the mountain. And while they find many extraordinary things during their quest, nothing is just the right extraordinary thing. It takes clever collectors to recognize a treasure — especially in the most unexpected place!
Muted but detailed digital artwork confers the aesthetic of an old, well-loved museum onto the page . ..- Booklist
Friendship, adventure and an unexpected ending. Who could ask for more?- CM Magazine
This engaging ... story offers a positive depiction of girls with an interest in STEM, and encourages exploration and discovery.- School Library Journal
Feagan's cut-paper collages, which are full of drama and detail, give readers a sense of an expansive and largely exploration-friendly landscape.- Publishers Weekly