The Whisper

The Whisper

eBook - 2015
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Step inside the pages of a little girl's magical book as she discovers the profound and inspiring notion that we each bring something different to the same story. Two-time Caldecott Honor artist Pamela Zagarenski debuts as an author in this tender picture book about the joy of reading.
Publisher: Boston ; New York : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, [2015]
Copyright Date: ♭2015
ISBN: 9780544761285
0544761286
Branch Call Number: EBOOK J OVERDRIVE
Characteristics: text file,rda
1 online resource : color illustrations

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Stunning illustrations, magical story, a rich and fulfilling new book by a great author.
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Quintus
Jan 19, 2016

The lush illustrations of this book would spark any adult or child's imagination but the titles and beginning sentences on each colourful two page spread will set any child's imagination running. Each time you share this book with a child they will be able to imagine and share new stories.

JCLKatieS Dec 14, 2015

The pictures are beautiful and provide readers with ample materials to create their own stories. Children can use their imagination to fill in the gaps where the lost words leave off. This book is great for reading aloud with kids.

mvkramer Dec 09, 2015

This book provides gorgeous pictures and lets kids make up their own stories. Awesome book, and so good for harnessing the creativity of your little readers!

ChristchurchKids Nov 23, 2015

An enchanted storybook, a whispering fox, and a girl with a dazzling imagination are the main ingredients in this wild and whimsical read. Disappointed that the magical book she borrowed from her teacher contains only pictures, a little girl (prompted by a mischievous fox) composes her own stories to accompany the book's lavishly surreal illustrations. But for each captivating mixed-media spread, she provides only the beginning of a tale, subtly encouraging children to make up endings of their own. Recurring images and hints of familiar folklore help to draw readers deeper into this unusual and unforgettable book. Picture books newsletter November 2015

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Jan 19, 2016

"Start with a few simple words and imagine from there. Remember: beginnings, middles and ends of stories can always be changed and imagined differently."

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