"Once there was a girl ...
whose head was filled with all the curiosities of the world."
Till one day,
"She was no longer filled with all the curiosities of the world,
and didn't take much notice of anything ... "
As written on the book,
"He deals with the weighty themes of love and loss with an extraordinary lightness of touch ..."
We were once children.
But few of us have sustained our curiosities, our boundless thoughts and imaginations, acute senses to the smallest and the most inconspicuous, the wonder-filled world ...
Many times, we do not understand why children have so many questions, why they do not behave as we wish, why they are always running around and cannot sit still, why they have such a behavioral or emotional response ...
We do not understand children even we were once one of them.
Holding the baby iza on my arms, i had an urge to survive her inborn sense of wonder, curiosity, imagination and the adventurous spirit throughout her growing path. I believe, all children are born with these.
Here is another lovely book by Oliver Jeffers.