If you could do anything, what would you choose? A book with a different ending every time! Now with a fun story, sticker frieze and over 40 stickers!
Imagine you could go anywhere, with anyone and do anything. Where would you live? Where would you sleep? Who would be your friends? What games would you play? Go on . . . You choose!
With a simple text and vibrant illustrations children will love creating their own stories and letting their imagination run wild!
Now with a wonderfully fun story sticker frieze! Readers have the power to decide how the story should unfold. With over forty vibrant stickers, their creations can be as normal or as wacky as they want –simply hours of fun!
Author BiographyBiography for Nick Sharratt
Nick Sharratt has written and illustrated many books for children and won numerous awards for his picture books, including the Sheffield Children's Book Award and the 2001 Children's Book Award. He has also enjoyed great success illustrating Jacqueline Wilson's books. Nick lives in Brighton.
Biography for Pippa Goodhart
Pippa Goodhart's interest in children's books was originally sparked by a Saturday job at Heffers in Cambridge when she was at school. Since then, Pippa qualified as a teacher and returned to Heffers, where she eventually became Manager of the Children's Bookshop. She has been writing since 1993 for a wide age range and was shortlisted for the Young Telegraph Award for GINNY'S EGG in 1995.
Pippa is married with three young daughters and she lives in Leicester.
A vast story-building kit that will appeal beyond key stage 1 thanks to Sharratt's funky images.,This is a book to enjoy well into the future . . . [and] prompts discussion,The speech bubbles work well in delivering the jokes . . . . The end papers give myriad suggestions for drawing together the preferences into a personalised narrative.,"You Choose is a wonderful book for adults to share with children, but yonugsters will also be able to immerse themselves happily in its pages on their own.",This is a great book for sharing and is sure to engage the most reluctant reader.