Where has the Little Old Cat been?
To see this and that
Said the Little Old Cat . . .
Where does the Little Old Fish swim?
Wherever I wish
Said the Little Old Fish . . .
Have you also wondered where a cat or a squirrel has been or where a bird flies or a whale sails? How about why a bunny runs? With playful, rhyming verse, where have you been? perfectly captures the wonderful, wise questions that children ask every day.
The treasured text by Margaret Wise Brown, author of goodnight moon, has been newly illustrated by two-time Caldecott Medalists Leo and Diane Dillon, creating a picture-book classic that children will love to see, to hear, and to read again and again.
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A bookish brown owl, wearing green-tinted specs and a strand of pearls, interviews 14 creatures, starting with, "Little Old Cat/ Little Old Cat/ Where have you been?/ To see this and that/ Said the Little Old Cat/ That's where I've been."| Read Full Review of Where Have You Been?
Rook replies, "At the very last page of this very same book," and the illustration shows Rook looking over the shoulder of Owl at the book.Jun 01 2004 | Read Full Review of Where Have You Been?