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Ped with vocabulary development descriptive words reading interest they owned their work with their ideas My students range from low self steem gifted ELL this approach can be used with allThe pictures are full of detail which invites imagination and awe Thank you Aaron Becker just as in life this book has layers pick a layer and follow it Great Plains: America's Lingering Wild each child andach adult reading this book will tap into a different layer and reveal to you the listener something new to be considered in the story or this book delivers a sense of wonder a sense of magical mystery it feels SO good to imagine again after having not done so as an "adult for years i bought this trilogy for a family with 3 kids "for years i bought this trilogy for a family with 3 kids and while i knew the children would Hard Bread (Phoenix Poets each relate to it in individual ways it was great to learn the parents were touched by the story as well this book delivers whatever it is you want delivered so reach far and wide for the broadestxperience One of the best books you could buy your child no cultural stereotypes no silly rhymes no moralising no spider sandwiches Just a simple story about kindness and friendship There are no words just images and beautifully painted images #At That Which Means #that which means you andor your child can construct the story on your own A spellbinding and What a breath of fresh air The art is very nice with an Electromyography for Experimentalists emphasis on architecture and larger forms the story is simple and adventurous with good morals and the book is a great way to have kids to put their own words to a story Loved it instantlyMinor spoilers follow The real reason I wanted to write a review however is to provide a counter to the reviews that raise concerns over the philosophy of the book As the father of two daughters I find them totally baseless Two themes stuck out to me from the negative reviews the 1950 s style domestic mom on the intro pages and the rescue of the heroineAs for the mom the introductory pages are designed to show an imperfect family The faults of the home workaholic dadlectronics obsessed sis overly domestic mother are there for a reason for the flaws It s anecdotal but my daughters caught on instantly and read the family as flawed In short the mom is a not a person to be Forgetful of Their Sex: Female Sanctity and Society, ca. 500-1100 emulated so there is no problemRegarding the heoine s rescue I almost didn t buy the book because I was concerned over a knight in shining armor riding in to save the day I dislike that particular deusx machina Nothing could be farther from the Ur. As a child psychiatrist who have given lectures "About Use Of Children S "use of children s for teaching and development of motional literacy mom of two mixed race children Asian And White And A Children White and a Children book lover I was at first xcited to discover Aaron Becker s trilogyMy xcitement uickly turned to horror when I realized that the book series depicted two White children protagonists with the good side depicted as White appearing soldier characters in uniforms voking European ancestry in a good city with visual architectural association to Greco Roman #Architecture Fighting Against Enemy #fighting against Wicked Loving Lies enemy wearing uniformsvoking traditional JapaneseAsian soldier uniform in La heredera del mar enemy air boat structures and other ar It was my own fault that I didn t read the description of this book There are no words in this book just pictures You have to make up the story yourself and discuss what is happening to the characters and whyIt clearly says that in the product description and I would have noticed if I d been paying attention when book shoppingI sat down to read this book with my son at thend of a long day when we were both a bit too tired for a book of this nature unaware that there were no words and that I d ssentially be making up the story with him This is the sort of thing you need to do when you both have the nergy to really get into a discussion of what is going on with the characters in order to do it justiceI still recommend the book and would buy others like it This is stunning Really beautiful Reminds me of the game Journey mixed with walking through the wardrobe in to NaniaThere s no words which is perfect for my severely dyslexic child who struggles to ven read her nameWith this book she can work out what s going on but go on her own imaginative journey through the book Telling her own storyCan t recommend this nough I am a reading specialist using my skills as a volunteer reading tutor for the past 17 years in a local public school My students range from 5 9 When I discovered Journey and the series I was cstatic a novel with no words I used this book with my second and third grade students This books allows you to teach all the aspects of a novel characters location plot solution and theme Each student created the lements of the story then dictated the text to me as I typed on my computer When revised the student read the book to the class as I turned the pages The students were so proud of their work I hel. 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Ruth In the story the heroine saves a magical creature from the cage who in return rescues the heroine when she is captured while rendering said assistance I m sorry I have no idea how anyone construes helping others and accepting their help in return as negativeI hope this helps new buyers on the fence Not Aramaic Bowl Spells: Jewish Babylonian Aramaic Bowls Volume One everyone is going to like the art or the price or the lack of words but the story and morals are just fine for young children This book has really captivated my 5 year old and to be really honest me too Without words it tells the story of a little girl using a red crayon tonter a magical world beginning with an Xenophon And His World (Historia Einzelschriften) enchanted forest lit by lanterns I ve sometimes struggled when reading wordless books with my children but this one really just tells the story itself The illustrations are incredible so detailed and just completely transport you into this magical world The architecture of the castle the waterways and rich sense of place are just amazing My son loves carefullyxamining the castle and waterways and magical flying machine There is real plot here and most definitely bad guys though they have not scared my 5 year old who recently got scared of the cat in Disney s Cinderella But I ve chosen not to year old who recently got scared of the cat in Disney s Cinderella But I ve chosen not to this "Yet With My 25 "with my 25 oldI do appreciate that there is real plot here and ven the bad guys I think we ve lost sight of the fact that not all children s literature needs to model perfect behavior and that children do need some stories with conflict to better understand kindness and goodness I would recommend this #FOR AGES 354 AND UP DEPENDING ON WHERE YOUR #ages 354 and up depending on where your is with njoying things with bad guys in them Bought this for working with deaf children Loved it so much I bought the trilogy straight away for further work and for going through with my own hearing kids The art is amazing you pick it new details Groove: An Aesthetic of Measured Time every time the uality it greatWe go through the books and make up stories and dialogue from different perspectivesWhat if the hero is actually a villain Let s have the sidekick as the main character The intended story is really good adultsnj This book is just amazing I used it in my English lesson for year 1 children The images are so powerful and put the story across perfect It helped our little people to open their imagination and think of lots of adventures they would go on The author has really thought about this story Our children need to use their imagination to xcel in story writin. 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