Our site will be undergoing maintenance from 6 a.m. - 6 p.m. ET on Saturday, May 20. During this time, Bookshop, checkout, and other features will be unavailable. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Cookies must be enabled to use this website.
Book Image Not Available Book Image Not Available
Book details
  • SubGenre:Animals / Dogs
  • Age Range (years):5 - 8
  • Language:English
  • Pages:56
  • Hardcover ISBN:9798350961768

Imagine That!

by J.L. McNally

Book Image Not Available Book Image Not Available
Imagine That! tells the story of an extremely bored young boy whose imagination takes flight one very, very rainy day! Brayden and his dog, Lucky, go on a whimsical quest of discovery as he ponders the answers to "What if?" and "Imagine that?"
Imagine That! tells the tale of an extremely bored young boy whose imagination takes flight one very, very rainy day. It has been raining for three days straight and Brayden has run out of things to do. As he looks out his window he observes a HUGE puddle that has formed in his backyard. This leads to a wild adventure in which Brayden and his dog, Lucky, dive into a wild and wacky world of "What if?" and "Imagine that!" Engaging rhyming verses capture the attention of children ages 5-8 and encourage them to exercise their own imagination and come up with questions of their own!
About the author
Judy McNally is a Human Resources Manager by day, children's author by night. With three books now completed, she has combined her love of writing with her great affection for children. Imagine That! captures memories of delightful conversations and activities with her now adult grandson, Brayden. Previously released books, Itty Bitty Possum and Sagan Saves A Sea Turtle are both recipients of 2021 Silver Mom's Choice Awards. A hilarious and fun-loving grandmother, she pens tales using everyday events as her inspiration, with the goal of providing funny, teachable moments in children's literature. McNally states, "Children are the most amazing little creatures that have ever been so graciously bestowed upon mankind by our Creator. They embody goodness, innocence, silliness, laughter and a natural curiosity that should never be taken for granted. That curiosity is a sure cure for boredom and in turn, blossoms into imagination and creativity!"