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e-Book Clementine epub download

Author: Sebastian Loth
ISBN: 0735840091
Pages: 32 pages
Publisher: NorthSouth Books (May 1, 2011)
Language: English
Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Size ePUB: 1262 kb
Size Fb2: 1612 kb
Size DJVU: 1840 kb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 289
Format: mobi docx mbr lit
Subcategory: Children

e-Book Clementine epub download

by Sebastian Loth



FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Once there was a little snail who loved everything round-hoops and wheels and balls and balloons and, most of all.

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And sadly, I fear that Sebastian Loth was not done well by here. Story is charming-snail loves round things so much she wants to go to the moon. The art is lovely-the sequence in space would be striking with or without the fold out pages.

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Once there was a little snail who loved everything round-hoops and wheels and balls and balloons and, most of all, the moon. Once there was a little snail who loved everything round-hoops and wheels and balls and balloons and, most of all, the moon. Oh, how she longed to glide gently over the moon's surface, around and around and around.

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Clementine By Sebastian Loth. Once there was a little snail who loved everything round—hoops and wheels and balls and balloons and, most of all, the moon. Oh, how she longed to glide gently over the moon’s surface, around and around and around. And so she made a daring decision—she’d find a way to fly to the moon! This is a story about dreams and determination.

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Books mean nothing to a woman of her kind; her own life seems to her to contain the thrills of a hundred novels. Had she been condemned to spend a whole day shut up in a library, she would have been found dead about noon

Books mean nothing to a woman of her kind; her own life seems to her to contain the thrills of a hundred novels. Had she been condemned to spend a whole day shut up in a library, she would have been found dead about noon. I am quite sure that Sebastian never alluded to his work in her presence: it would have been like discussing sundials with a bat. So let us leave that bat to quiver and wheel in the deepening dusk: the clumsy mimic of a swallow. In those last and saddest years of his life Sebastian wrote The Doubtful Asphodel, which is unquestionably his masterpiece.

Once there was a little snail who loved everything round—hoops and wheels and balls and balloons and, most of all, the moon. Oh, how she longed to glide gently over the moon’s surface, around and around and around. And so she made a daring decision—she’d find a way to fly to the moon! This is a story about dreams and determination.
Ceck
This is a sweet book with darling illustrations. It is sure to capture the imagination of both boys and girls.
Amis
From the inside flap:

Once there was a little snail who loved everything round -- hoops and wheels and balls and most of all, the moon. Oh, how she longed to glide gently over the moon's surface, around and around and around.

And so she made a daring decision. "I'm going to fly to the moon," she whispered into the night . . ."

This is a story about passion and promise. It's a story about the delight of discovering something wonderful right in your own backyard."

When I first began reading this delightful little book, I thought it would end up being another book about a particular shape. It is about things that are round, but it also about dreaming and following those dreams as well.

What I liked about the book: The illustrations are beautiful. They are full of soft pictures that make it easy for students to point out all things round. I also like that Clementine is not afraid to follow her dream. The story has a nice message about not giving up as well as one about discovering the unexpected close to home. The text in this book is a little longer than that found in most picture books, but it fits well with the story. Teachers of young students will appreciate the educational notes at the end.

What I didn't like about the book: I liked it all!

Recommended for Pre-K through 1st Grade

Mrs. Archer's rating: 5 of 5!
Gralmeena
This arrived in excellent condition. The story is very sweet. A gift for my brand new grand daughter Clementine!