Tomorrow Most Likely

Tomorrow Most Likely Review

Rather than focusing on going to bed—and what kid wants to think about going to bed?—this book explores all of the dreamy, wonderful, strange things the next day might bring....

Title:Tomorrow Most Likely
Edition Language:English

    Tomorrow Most Likely Reviews

  • Hannah Greendale

    Tomorrow Most Likely frolics with the rhyming and repetition children so often love. Lane Smith's illustrations are a paragon of color and texture. His work imbues the book with all the breath and lif...

  • Raven Black

    A coworker asked me if this was as cute as it is supposed to me. I said, "Weeeellll... My logic is taking over." How do you explain that maybe you won't have met Cousin Todd? Or the sky isn't blue tod...

  • Andra

    Note: I accessed a digital review copy of this book through Edelweiss....

  • Stefanie Kellum

    *I read a digital ARC of this title from the publisher via Edelweiss. ...

  • Michele Knott

    In a world of uncertainty, concentrate on the possibilities....

  • Dina

    Loved the ARC from #edelweiss! The pictures are gorgeous. I can’t wait to buy this book next year for my first child. He is one of my favorite authors of all time. ...

  • Andrew

    Bestselling author David Eggers brings us a sweet poem about ordinary occurrences that might make tomorrow great. A squirrel named Stu, a song, perhaps a fancy rock? There are endless possibilities. G...

  • Cindy Dobrez

    This imagining of what tomorrow *could* bring would make a great creative writing prompt for many ages. The rhymed couplets here are often absurd--why not a squirrel named Stu--making it a fun read-al...

  • Shannon Navin

    I'm very excited to have the opportunity to review a children's book for you. This one, by Dave Eggers (you may know him as the author of A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius) and illustrated by ...

  • Barbara

    Who knows what tomorrow will bring? Almost everyone has thought about tomorrow's possibilities as they lie in bed. This picture book ruminates on what might happen, ranging from the commonplace to the...