Do you know what I'll do at the seashore?
I'll bring you a shell to hold the sound of the sea.
In a little girl's magical question-and-answer game, Charlotte Zolotow captures, with unerring childlike simplicity, a sister's special love for her little brother. Javaka Steptoe's bold artwork offers a stunning new interpretation of the reassuring, lyrical text and brings to yet another generation of children this well-loved story.
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A big sister lovingly promises to bring her little brother flowers when flowers grow again, a shell to hold the sound of the sea, a bottle of captured wind to open on a hot day, and other treasures, some more emotional than concrete as in, “I’ll remember my dreams and tell them to you.” Steptoe (...| Read Full Review of Do You Know What I'll Do?
As Zolotow's poetic images flow in a rhythmic question-and-answer format (""Do you know what I'll do when it snows?/ I'll make you a snowman./ / Do you know what I'll do when the wind blows?/ I'll put it in a bottle and let it loose when the house is hot""), Steptoe responds in kind.| Read Full Review of Do You Know What I'll Do?