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I Am Here, Where Are You?

By Anita Jones
Illustrated by Sarah Horne

A fabulously illustrated look at our place in the world - from the room we are in right out to the universe

In I Am Here, Where Are You? Ollie tells the reader where he is. Using this simple premise, Ollie starts off in the room in his house, then zooms out from this location to his road, his town, county, country, continent, planet, solar system, galaxy and finally universe.

For readers aged four and up, I Am Here, Where Are You? follows the simple structure of "This is the House that Jack Built". Photographs and gorgeous artwork by the super-funky Sarah Horne combine to give children a sense of their place in the world by zooming out from their own location. It provides a springboard for discussion of the reader's location and explores concepts of cultural diversity, extended family, time zones and conservation of the planet we all share. Finally, it invites the reader to practise writing their own address, finishing at The Universe. The book provides great support for the geography curriculum at key stages 1 and 2.

Biographical Notes

Anita Jones (Author)
Anita is married with three children and one gorgeous grandchild. She loves reading and travelling, and lives in Solihull. She's had a unique and interesting career path including PA/Secretary, Project Manager, IT Consultant and Teacher. She also owned and ran a newsagent's shop for three years.
She's a founder member of a small local writers' group who meet once a month to discuss their writing projects. She also loves to sing and is a keen member of Solihull Pop Chorus who've sung at various concerts and by special invitation at a prestigious inauguration event at The Mansion House in London. They recorded a charity CD in November 2016 at Abbey Road Studios in aid of Help Harry Help Others.

Sarah Horne (Illustrator)
Sarah grew up in Derbyshire, mainly under a snow drift. She spent much of her childhood scampering in the nearby fields with a few goats. Then she decided to be sensible and studied Illustration at Falmouth College of Arts, graduating in 2001. She has illustrated for many different projects including an ad campaign for Kew Gardens entitled 'Plantastic Play'. She has also undertaken commission from The Guardian and The Independent newspapers. Sarah now specialises in funny, inky illustration and words for children's fiction and picture books. Sarah likes to paint on very big canvas. She loves funny detail, colour, music, dreams and big open spaces. Sarah now works from a studio on a hill in Forest Hill, London.

  • Other details

  • ISBN: 9781445151625
  • Publication date: 08 Nov 2018
  • Page count: 32
  • Imprint: Franklin Watts
In our fast-moving world, where we have information from all around the country and around the globe coming at us all the time, it can be hard for children to relate one place to another - and that's where this book comes in... The book provides great support for the geography curriculum at Key Stages 1 and 2. — Parents in Touch
The book inspires curiosity about the world. Highly recommended. — The School Librarian