My boys 6 and 8 both flew through this book. They loved the story very much. It’s a beautiful book visually as well.
Such a cute book! Love the Silver Tales series teaching perfect lessons in a great story and beautiful illustrations. Such and awesome book to inspire little ones to not let fear get in the way of becoming who they want to be and discovering the beauty of nature.
A sweet book about map making, learning to use a compass, and finding courage to go on an adventure. My daughter loved that the horse’s name was Waffles.
Atlas has watched his dad go off on many adventures, being invited each time. He declines every single one of them.
Upon each return, his dad teaches Atlas what he has learned and shows the new maps he has made.
When Atlas finds himself lost, he turns to the tools his father has given him and finds his way home.
Upon his travel, he realizes he doesn’t need to be afraid of the unknown and is now willing to go on an adventure with his dad.
I appreciate the father/son relationship portrayed in this story.
First of all the title of this book is lovely, my kids loved the names Atlas and Waffles his horse. The illustrations are beautiful and (without giving any spoilers) the storyline is magical. My family loves reading these silver and gold tale books.
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, Glenn and His Goat, Hugo the Hero, 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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