In the Attic

Publisher: Anderson Press

A boy is bored even though he has a million toys to play with. He decides to explore the attic which he finds empty, or is it…? Armed only with the power of his imagination the boy discovers he can conjure up a whole world of adventures and exciting games.

This book carries a simple yet powerful message about the joy of the imagination and how it can take us anywhere we wish to go. The beautiful illustrations depict an exciting and endlessly changing world, clearly showing us that sometimes the best games are the ones inside our heads.

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