This little story is awesome! We love all of the Silver Tales, but along with being an engaging story, this one teaches the cardinal directions, introduces the compass, and models map making, nature journaling, overcoming fears, supportive family relationships, and problem solving even when you’re scared. My 5 and 7 yo boys loved it and walked around saying, “Never Eat Soggy Waffles” for a while after we read it. They also got their older sister to draw some maps for them to show them how the directions work.
My second grader loves all of the Silver Tales books but this one is his favorite. I love it, too. Atlas overcomes fears of the unknown in this book and it’s all very well-done. The illustrations are fun, too.
This is one of our favorite Silver Tales. I love that it teaches about maps and directions, along with nature journaling and having courage!!
Atlas dreams of adventure but is fearful of the unknown. This is a wonderful story for early readers who may be uncertain of the future. I also love how his father doesn’t pressure him, but continues to encourage him until Atlas is finally ready.
This is another wonderful addition to the Silver Tales Series. It highlights family, fun, and adventure in a creative and beautiful way. It helps children see how they can face their fears. The illustrations are great.
Deep in the forest of the Kingdom of North lives a little boy named Atlas who dreams of one day becoming a mapmaker, just like his father. It seems like such fun to go on wonderful adventures exploring land that no one else has ever seen! Whenever he is invited to come along on a trip with his father, though, Atlas feels frightened of the unknown. Join Atlas and his best friend, Waffles the horse, as their bravery is put to the test in this beautifully illustrated story.
67 pages, hardcover
Atlas and His Amazing Adventure, Peter the Persnickety, Gwennie and the Great Green Forest, and Princess Penny Saves the Day are part of our Silver Tales Series. These hardcover Level 2 books with whimsical illustrations and uplifting messages are all original publications and can be read in any order.
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