“I’m bored!” I know you’ve heard this. “Use your imagination!” I answer. “How?” That’s when you pull out this book, Journey. Watch (there are no words) the little girl use her red crayon to draw herself into different worlds. If she hits a “road block,” her crayon moves her forward. There’s a sweet ending when she uses her crayon to reunite a boy and his lost parrot. It’s even sweeter when he draws a hoop to match her own, for the reader knows he’ll join her in more adventures.