Ping

Ping

A picture book that humorously explores the challenges and joys of self-expression and social connection....

Title:Ping
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null
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    Ping Reviews

  • Lindsay - Traveling Sisters Book Reviews

    3 stars.Excellent idea, confusing storyline.This book uses the metaphor of “pinging” to send out our communication into the world. (Smiles, gestures, singing, etc.). We want to only choose to send...

  • La Coccinelle

    This book is one big metaphor, with ping pong standing in for personal connection. As an adult, I can appreciate the message. I have my doubts, however, as to whether kids (especially younger ones) ar...

  • Evan

    This is me, sending out my Ping into the world. What a wonderful, wonderful book. ...

  • Tamara

    OMG, everyone should read this....

  • Eloise Battey

    My next Ping is this review...I LOVED this book. I think is delivers a concept that is really hard, as social humans, to deal with and accept. It teaches children that something you cannot do is contr...

  • Porter Sprigg

    As Ping Pong Porter himself, I might be a little biased here, but I think this is one of the best picture books I’ve read. Simple, cute, and thought-provoking for people of any age. What will you pi...

  • Alex Richey

    A powerful, meaningful story that resonates with anyone of any age. Great for family story time. ...

  • Rebekah

    Ping visually represents the idea that as people we give out feelings, actions and experiences whilst everyone else responds to our ‘ping’ with their ‘pong’. We can not control how other peopl...

  • Cassandra

    HELLO THIS IS SO CUTE.It's a picture book. I don't have thought-provoking opinions. This is basically sending a message where, you could be the nicest to everyone you meet, but that doesn't mean every...

  • BrookesEducationLibrary

    This is both a very simplistically told story yet with a hugely deep and meaningful metaphor throughout - I almost feel it's one of those books intended for adults otherwise the message is slightly lo...