Do you need help? What’s for lunch? Where do zebras live? How much do you weigh? We ask questions every day. Many, many questions. We need to gather information for many reasons: to learn, to satisfy curiosity, to get around, to find out about one another, and so on. But learning how, when, and why to ask questions, and what questions to ask, can be tricky.
In this fun, quirky story with exuberant illustrations, readers visit a classroom of kids as they gleefully explore the many ways of asking questions, how to ask them, and also what NOT to ask. And when the president of the United States comes to visit, it’s the perfect opportunity to put their question-asking prowess to work.
April Pulley Sayre is an award-winning author of more than fifty-five natural history books for children and adults, including <i>Raindrops Roll</i>; <i>Best in Snow</i>; <i>Full of Fall</i>; <i>Rah, Rah, Radishes!</i>; <i>Go, Go, Grapes!</i>; <i>Let’s Go Nuts!</i>; <i>Warbler Wave</i>; <i>Bloom Boom!</i>; <i>Being Frog</i>; and <i>Feel the Fog</i>. April and her husband, native plants expert Jeff Sayre, love science and adventure. Visit her at AprilSayre.com.
Leeza Hernandez, an award-winning illustrator and now children’s book author, hails from the south of England, but has been living in New Jersey since 1999. She works as an art director at a local magazine and in her spare time, creatively noodles with new ideas for books in her art studio. She loves to experiment with printmaking, pen and ink, digital collage, and painting.