This funny story by Irish author Brian Fitzgerald won the Silent Book Contest in 2014, a notable prize coordinated by the publisher Carthusia in Italy. Younger children will develop a great sense of fun and imagination after exploring this curious visual narrative, in which an inquisitive creature goes on an adventure from the bottom of the ocean to the depths of outer space. This visual sequence expresses a sense of inclusion and openness that will allow young readers to explore ideas of freedom and agency. Bouncing from earth to sky, from sea to space, the character will get younger children excited by the wordless form and engaged with the ideas that can be expressed through its use. This narrative can be used to contrast other, more didactic titles, or to lead the creation of a parallel cultural text made by children in the classroom, through the visual tricks expressed in this wonderful adventure.