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Books with title Going from Here to There

  • The Map from Here to There

    Emery Lord

    Hardcover (Bloomsbury YA, Jan. 7, 2020)
    "Gut-bustingly funny and exquisitely tender." - Katie Cotugno, New York Times bestselling author of 99 DaysAcclaimed author Emery Lord crafts a gorgeous story of friendship and identity, daring to ask: What happens after happily ever after?It's senior year, and Paige Hancock is finally living her best life. She has a fun summer job, great friends, and a super charming boyfriend who totally gets her. But senior year also means big decisions. Weighing "the rest of her life," Paige feels her anxiety begin to pervade every decision she makes. Everything is exactly how she always wanted it to be--how can she leave it all behind next year? In her head, she knows there is so much more to experience after high school. But in her heart, is it so terrible to want everything to stay the same forever? Emery Lord's award-winning storytelling shines with lovable characters and heartfelt exploration of life's most important questions. Praise for The Start of Me and YouA Huffington Post Top YA Books of 2015One of PopSugar's Best YA Books of 2015 Praise for When We Collided2017 Schneider Family Book Award WinnerOne of YALSA's 2017 Best Fiction for Young Adult ReadersA YALSA 2017 Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult readersA USA Today Must-Read Romance of 2016One of PopSugar's Best YA Books of 2016One of Nerdy Book Club's Best YA Fiction of 2016
  • From Here to There

    Sue Fliess, Christiane Engel

    Hardcover (Albert Whitman & Company, Dec. 6, 2016)
    Here and There are so similar they’re practically twins. But they could never play together because Here is always here and There is always there, so they become pen pals and write to each other all the time. One day, There gets an idea that could change the distance between them forever.
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  • The Map from Here to There

    Emery Lord

    eBook (Bloomsbury YA, Jan. 9, 2020)
    The Map from Here to There is an unforgettable story of identity and the companion novel to the stellar The Start of Me and You, which was a Zoella Book Club pick for WHSmith. It's senior year, and Paige Hancock is finally living her best life. She has a fun summer job, great friends, and a super charming boyfriend who totally gets her. But senior year also means big decisions. Feeling the weight of 'the rest of her life' Paige starts to panic. Everything is exactly how she always wanted it to be – how can she leave it all behind next year? In her head, she knows there is so much more to life after high school. But in her heart, is it so terrible to want everything to stay the same forever? Emery Lord's signature storytelling shines with lovable characters and heartfelt exploration of life's most important questions. There will be break-ups, make-ups, a road trip, and even a wedding. Through it all, can Paige figure out what happens in the after part of happily ever after?Fans of Rainbow Rowell, Jennifer Niven and Nicola Yoon should look no further than this unforgettable story of friendship and connection.
  • From Here to There

    Margery Cuyler, Yu Cha Pak

    Hardcover (Henry Holt and Co. (BYR), March 15, 1999)
    A little girl travels from the comforts of her own home to the far reaches of the universe. The journey begins in Maria's house and then moves outward to the street, town, country, continent, hemisphere, planet, solar system, galaxy, and, finally, the universe. With each new widening perspective, children can explore the vastness of the world around them as they discover their own special place in space.Margery Cuyler's accessible text and Yu Cha Pak's richly detailed illustrations offer an intriguing introduction to geography and astronomy for the youngest armchair traveler.
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  • Going from Here to There

    Sara E. Hoffmann

    Paperback (LernerClassroom, Aug. 1, 2012)
    Introduce kids to the concept of moving from Point A to Point B with examples such as cars, kites, and more.
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  • From There to Here

    Laurel Croza, Matt James

    Hardcover (Groundwood Books, May 13, 2014)
    A little girl and her family have just moved across the country by train. Their new neighborhood in the city of Toronto is very different from their home in the Saskatchewan bush, and at first everything about “there” seems better than “here.” The little girl’s dad has just finished building a dam across the Saskatchewan River, and his new project is to build a highway through Toronto. In Saskatchewan, he would come home for lunch every day, but now he doesn’t come until supper. The family used to love to look at the stars and the northern lights dancing in the night sky. But in the city, all they can see is the glare from the streetlights. All the kids used to run and play together, but now older brother Doug has his own friends. Then one day there is a knock on the door. It is Anne, who lives kitty-corner and is also eight, going on nine, and suddenly living in Toronto takes on a whole new light. Laurel Croza and Matt James have beautifully captured the voice and intense feelings of a young child who, in the midst of upheaval, finds hope in her new surroundings.
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  • The Map from Here to There

    Emery Lord

    eBook (Bloomsbury YA, Jan. 9, 2020)
    The Map from Here to There is an unforgettable story of identity and the companion novel to the stellar The Start of Me and You, which was a Zoella Book Club pick for WHSmith. It's senior year, and Paige Hancock is finally living her best life. She has a fun summer job, great friends, and a super charming boyfriend who totally gets her. But senior year also means big decisions. Feeling the weight of 'the rest of her life' Paige starts to panic. Everything is exactly how she always wanted it to be – how can she leave it all behind next year? In her head, she knows there is so much more to life after high school. But in her heart, is it so terrible to want everything to stay the same forever? Emery Lord's signature storytelling shines with lovable characters and heartfelt exploration of life's most important questions. There will be break-ups, make-ups, a road trip, and even a wedding. Through it all, can Paige figure out what happens in the after part of happily ever after?Fans of Rainbow Rowell, Jennifer Niven and Nicola Yoon should look no further than this unforgettable story of friendship and connection.
  • From Here To There

    J Waggoner

    Paperback (Independently published, )
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  • From Here to There

    Margery Cuyler

    Paperback (Scholastic Inc., March 15, 2000)
    A little girl discovers her place in the universe as she views herself in her home, on the street, in a town, in a country, in a state...and beyond.
  • Maps: Getting from Here to There

    Harvey Weiss

    Paperback (HMH Books for Young Readers, March 27, 1995)
    This book describes the many different kinds of maps and explains the methods that mapmakers use to convey information, including clear and simple explanations of scale, latitude, longitude, and altitude. It also shows you how to make your own map.
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  • From Here to There

    Latchezar Ivanov

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, May 2, 2012)
    This is a wonderful fully illustrated book about a bunch of creatures learning in a funny way how to appreciate what they already have. The colorful, and radiant picture's will brighten your day every time you read it. The story is one of valuable moral, told in a playful way.
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  • From Here to There

    Ben Keckler, Dick Davis

    Hardcover (Eagle Creek Publications, Aug. 31, 2005)
    Have you listened to how we use the phrase from here to there in one way or another? Most everything in life is about from here to there. When a "life passage" is particularly challenging, we can benefit from the experiences of other travelers on the road of life. We have hope that we can gain some light for our own from here to there decision making. From Here To There is that kind of story; a story of Chris' quest to gain some perspective dealing with his dad's death and his own struggle with cancer. While dotted with faith language (because our main character was a person of faith), no attempt is made to define faith for the reader. Instead, you'll find a book that offers validity for your questions about life's journey, affirmation of every feeling that surfaces, and possibilities for creative expression yearning to emerge from within. Look for the question marks that appear throughout the artwork. For now friend, buckle your seatbelt and enjoy your life's roller coaster ride From Here To There.
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