“Every arrive has a depart. Every near has a far.” Follow along with a little girl, her dad, and their pet Dachshund as they take an airplane ride to meet her mom. Their day starts at one airport and ends at another. Young readers will learn pairs of antonyms along the way in this fresh take on the opposites concept book. From check-in, through security, to the boarding process, on the flight itself, and finally during the landing and family reunion, kids will develop critical reading skills as they explore the always-popular world of air travel. Young readers will learn pairs of opposites as they join a girl and her dad on a plane ride in this innovative, narrative concept book. • Kids love airplanes: Air travel is a perennial favorite among young children. Every aspect of a plane trip is portrayed through the perspective of a little girl on an accessible and charming journey. • Fresh take on the concept book: While there are countless titles on opposites, this narrative book presents antonyms in a clever new way. Plus, questions are interspersed with the statements, giving the reader something to think about: “Every in has an out. Does every odd have an even?” • Unique illustrations: Brian Fitzgerald’s artwork cleverly focuses the reader’s attention on two or three primary-colored features on each black-and-white page, reinforcing both the concepts and the story.