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

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    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...

  • Calista

    Wow, the artwork is stunning. I do enjoy the artwork. It’s a little poem with each line starting ‘Tomorrow most likely’, for example, ‘the sun will come out’. The story is simple and a conte...

  • Hilary

    2.5 stars. The illustrations are okay, the text tells you how anything might happen the next day. This could be an interesting idea but felt like random statements of what could happen. Not very inter...

  • Raven Black

    A coworker asked me if this was as cute as it is supposed to be. 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...

  • Michele Knott

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

  • Becky

    It's fine, but not quite my kind of picture book....

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Stacy

    I wanted to read this book because it is illustrated by Lane Smith. Unfortunately, it's a bunch of random nonsense - but not the good kind of random nonsense. The only parts I liked were "Tomorrow mo...

  • 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...