‘Youngsters will love joining in the words that urge Wind to go, blow or slow in this book that has great classroom potential, but first and foremost share it for its own sake.’ Jill Bennett, Red Reading Hub

‘A whirlwind journey round the world past deserts, coastlines and forests. Wonderful wheezy words by Dom Conlon and brilliant breezy pics by Anastasia Izlesou.’ Simon Fisher, Family Bookworms

‘As you turn each page, you are magically transported across lands and sea, following the path the wind forges, all the while repeating the refrain over and over, ‘Blow, Wind, Blow’. We see weak winds, strong, gusty and devastating winds as it blows across deserts, jungles and oceans. The illustrations are works of art and offer plenty for the reader to experience, from movement to shapes and culture.’ Erin Hamilton, My Shelves are Full

Chase Wind through the oceans, fields and mountains as, from zephyr to gale, she carries seeds and stirs seas, enriching the world and breathing life.

The third book in the Wild Wanderers series written by Dom Conlon and illustrated by Anastasia Izlesou. From the leap of a hare and the gentlest breeze to a blazing star and ancient trees, Wild Wanderers is a series of poetic exploration which will inspire children across the world. Each book takes a gentle and lyrical journey through biodiversity, environment and challenges to unlock a world of wonder.

Some of the topics included:

– Seed dispersal

– Windmills

– Sandstorms

– Hurricanes

– Turbulence