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by Julie Morstad
Illustrated by Julie Morstad
AGES: 4 to 8
SIZE: 9 x 11 in
RIGHTS: world
PRICES: $16.95 U.S. / higher in Canada
HARDCOVER: 9781927018682

Spring 2017 Canadian Children’s Book Centre Best Books for Kids and Teens selection!

2017 TD Summer Reading Club Top Recommended Read!

"What will today bring?  In her latest book TODAY, in her natural and effortless way, Julie Morstad shows us the beauty of the quotidian, its moments of whimsy and its potential to surprise us with something extraordinary. But how?  She helps us revel in the possibilities of today. What should we wear?  What should we eat for breakfast?  Porridge or pizza?  Where should we go?  For a walk in the woods or to the museum?  How will we get there?  By bike or dancing our way there?  She reminds us that each day is remarkable in its own right.


Julie's work resonates with children and adults alike.  Hers are the stories full of wonder that you read to your kids at bedtime and are the same ones that you want to sit down with on your own and linger over, during those last quiet moments of the long day, well after your kids have drifted off to sleep."

~ avery and augustine blog, November 2016


"I am head-over-heels in love with Canadian artist Julie Morstad’s illustration work and her lovely portrayal of uncluttered, soothingly-simple childhoods...This one meanders through one day in a style reminiscent of Gyo Fujikawa’s book Oh What a Busy Day — one of our all-time favorites.


Morstad’s pure, charming drawings fill the pages with clothes, hairstyles, breakfasts, outings, sweet treats, bits and bobs found in a child’s bedroom — and invite children to pick out what they like best. Where would you like to go today? And how will you get there? Which pajamas would you choose?


Oh, the expansiveness that arises in a two-year-old’s heart when presented with such delectable choices! And of course, with Morstad, they are all imaginative, creative, full-of-life choices. 


I love this book. It’s one to enjoy again and again with children ages 2 and up."

~ Orange Marmalade blog, February 2017