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[PDF] ❤ A Stone for Sascha Author Aaron Becker – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us

A Stone for Sascha A Girl Grieves The Loss Of Her Dog In An Achingly Beautiful Wordless Epic From The Caldecott Honor Winning Creator Of Journey.This Year S Summer Vacation Will Be Very Different For A Young Girl And Her Family Without Sascha, The Beloved Family Dog, Along For The Ride But A Wistful Walk Along The Beach To Gather Cool, Polished Stones Becomes A Brilliant Turning Point In The Girl S Grief There, At The Edge Of A Vast Ocean Beneath An Infinite Sky, She Uncovers, Alongside The Reader, A Profound And Joyous Truth In His First Picture Book Following The Conclusion Of His Best Selling Journey Trilogy, Aaron Becker Achieves A Tremendous Feat, Connecting The Private, Personal Loss Of One Child To A Cycle Spanning Millennia And Delivering A Stunningly Layered Tale That Demands To Be Pored Over Again And Again.

[PDF] ❤ A Stone for Sascha  Author Aaron Becker – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us
  • Hardcover
  • 48 pages
  • A Stone for Sascha
  • Aaron Becker
  • 02 September 2017
  • 0763665967

    10 thoughts on “[PDF] ❤ A Stone for Sascha Author Aaron Becker – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us


  1. says:

    Sascha s vacation will be different without her pet dog, who is buried at the outset of this wordless tale, which will reward you through multiple readings The library where I got this labels it easy because it is a picture book, but I pretty strongly disagree I don t think younger kids would know a fraction of what this book was really about without adult help But it is lovely, complex, and digitally illustrated by the author of the popular and also wordless Journey trilogy.This book is in Sascha s vacation will be different without her pet dog, who is buried at the outset of this wordless tale, which will reward you through multiple readings The library where I got this labels it easy because it is a picture book, but I pretty strongly disagree I don t think younger kids would know a fraction of what this book was really about without adult help But it is lovely, complex, and digitally illustrated by the author of the popular and also wordless Journey trilogy.This book is in part about grief, and the need to memorialize a life Sascha eventually chooses a stone she finds for that purpose, but the tale ...


  2. says:

    The art blew me away It was beautiful and mysterious This is a wordless story about a girl losing a pet We then see pictures of time as the Earth changes, civilizations come and go, lost and found until this stone out of time gives some solace to Sascha.I think this is trying to get children, or people to think about time and the fact that many came before us and hopefully many come after us It is a well done story.The kids had questions about what was happening I asked them to tell me the The art blew me away It was be...


  3. says:

    Dear Sascha, the family dog, has died, and the family heads off for their vacation without her In the midst of grief, a young girl spends time by the water She watches others play, yet remains alone, searching for stones That beautiful one she discovers takes us on a journey of imagination from ancient times through ocean adventures, time moving on as the stone s history is revealed imagined The connection from one moment in time along the cycle of history is fascinating Like Becker s ot Dear Sascha, the family dog, has died, and the family heads off for their vacation without her In the midst of grief, a young girl spends time by the water She watches others play, yet remains alone, searching for stones That beautiful one she discovers takes us on a journey of imagination from ancient times through ocean adventures, time moving on as the stone s history is reveal...


  4. says:

    I just think most kids are going to be like, but what does this have to do with the dog


  5. says:

    I love how this beautiful wordless picture book has so much to say with simply gorgeous artwork Painted digitally on a tablet, this book tells a story of one family s grief for the loss of a beloved pet and one girl s discovery at a beach that allows her to look at the timeless wonder of the world around her When I was young, I was always fascinated by different rocks that I would find I would wonder where all in the world any particular rock had been how far back in time would the rock reme I love how this beautiful wordless picture book has so much to say with simply gorgeous artwork Painted digitally on a tablet, this book tells a story of one family s grief for the loss of a beloved pet and one girl s discovery at a beach that allows her to look at the timeles...


  6. says:

    A Stone for Sascha sees Becker s latest foray into wordless picturebooks since the Journey trilogy I had concerns at the start that he had found and mastered a tricky format right from the first book and would not be able to maintain it to the same degree as someone like David Wiesnerbut, fortunately, this book is wonderful and, in many respects, a step up With aemotive, epic narrative that tells the story of a young girl coming to terms with the loss of the family s pet dog Whilst on h A Stone for Sascha sees Becker s latest foray into wordless picturebooks since the Journey trilogy I had concerns at the start that he had found and mastered a tricky format right from the first book and would not be able to maintain it to the same degree as someone like David Wiesnerbut, fortunately, this book is wonderful and, in many respects, a step up With aemotive, epic narrative that tells the story of a young girl coming to terms with the loss of the family s pet dog Whilst on holiday with her family, she encounters a large, smooth pebble whose own story shares with her an epic journey that reveals how everything is connected past, present and future The stone offers a way into many pasts but it is also a doorway into Sasha s own I was so happy to see Becker try a new mixed media approach although I loved his Journey style where he uses a digital art tablet,...


  7. says:

    Four or five stars I m going for a cautious four, but this is a courageous book of huge scope, linking the yellow flowers a girl leaves on her dog s grave yes, we start on a downbeat to a yellow stone linking continents and civilisations and the matter of the universe Beautiful, smudgy drawings with all sorts of clever detail the ...


  8. says:

    This requires a few read throughs to truly appreciate the whole story.


  9. says:

    What a stunner Becker does it again with his sumptuous illustrations, both giving me goose bumps and bringing me tears.


  10. says:

    The loss of her dog and the travels of a special gold piece make up this wordless book By the illustrator of the Journey trilogy.From advance reader copy.

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