Ready, Set, Sail! (Hardcover)
Join these sailors as they explore the sea during a fun day of sailing in this follow-up to Ready, Set, Build Shout your orders loud and fast. "Hoist the mainsail up the mast " Grab your life vest, hold on to your compass, and get ready for a day full of sailing fun with a playful tiger and turtle Follow these salty sailors as they raise their anchor, cast off, and explore the sea in their little sloop. And after a long day of sailing, they gather and tell tales of all the things they've seen.
About the Author
Meg Fleming comes from a long line of sailors. She learned to sail from her dad . . . who learned to sail from his dad. Her first job aboard a boat was holding the end of the line. She was 3. (And she was good at it!) Meg's favorite thing about sailing are the stories, which is probably why she spends so much time writing them now! She is the author of Ready, Set, Build!, I Heart You, and Sometimes Rain. She writes from her home outside of San Francisco with her husband, three kids, and dog on deck. Find out more about Meg at MegFleming.net. Luke Flowers's creative journey began back in 1979, in the mountain town of Buena Vista, Colorado. Ever since he can remember, he was drawn to illustrating, finding an endless sea of inspiration in storybooks, comics, cartoons, and toys. In 2010 he launched his own creative studio, where he hopes to illuminate imagination (the name "Luke" means "light") through his work. Luke has had the joy of illustrating over 40 books, such as This Little Reindeer, a board book on Little Bee's Fall '17 list, One More Dino on the Floor with Albert Whitman & Company, Little Bo Peep and Her Bad, Bad, Sheep with Capstone Young Readers, and Moby Shinobi, his first early reader book series with Scholastic that will be released Spring 2017. When he is not in his creative cave, he finds inspiration in strumming on a guitar or banjo, writing songs, and consuming a unique blend of movies, music, and coffee. All his adventures can only be enjoyed fully in Colorado Springs, Colorado, with his wife and three kids. To enjoy more of Luke's work, please visit lukeflowerscreative.com.