Tulip Sees America

by Cynthia Rylant

Paperback, 2002



Call number




Scholastic (2002)


A young man and his dog drive west from Ohio and marvel at the farms of Iowa, the skies of Nebraska, the wind in Wyoming, the mountains of Colorado, the desert in Nevada, and the ocean in Oregon.

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LibraryThing member nboria05
This story was about a boy who grew up with parents who never wanted to get out and see America. When he is old enough, he sets out with his dog to see America. The story highlighted key places and "specialties" of different locations. An example is, "There are no ______ (farms) like _______
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LibraryThing member vxz001
The story of a young man and his dog who embarks on a journey to drive across the US. The young man describes the states that he visits with a great amount of descriptive words.
LibraryThing member emleonard
I love the illustrations in this book. So colorful. A young man that has never seen the world packs up his car with his clothes, some food, and his dog. They begin to explore the world and go to different states. At the end of the story Tulip likes the ocean the best and they stay there. This book
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has repetition at the end of each state that they go to he says "There is no ____ like ___."
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Physical description

9 inches


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