While I read a book, I found 'go any place' in one sentence.
I think place is a noun so does 'go' need 'to' after it?
Can you tell me which one is right?
Please quote the complete sentence, Danny.
The full sentence is "It could go any place that was in a book" from Midnight on the moon, one of magic tree house books.
I agree with you both, Danny and Matthew. I'd call these right:
'It could go to any place that was in a book.'
'It could go anyplace that was in a book.'
As Matthew said, 'anyplace' is an adverb meaning 'anywhere', or 'to any place'.
I am not a teacher.
Note that 'anyplace' means 'anywhere' and is informal AmE. It isn't widely used in BrE.