eBook Why Butterflies Go by on Silent Wings download
by Robert Roth,Marguerite W. Davol
Author: Robert Roth,Marguerite W. Davol
Publisher: Orchard Books (March 1, 2001)
ePub: 1182 kb
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Category: Children's Books
I wasn't particularly impressed with this book's storyline. However, my son actually sat through the whole thing (it's got lots of words on each page and is long) and asked me to read it again.
I wasn't particularly impressed with this book's storyline.
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Davol (The Loudest, Fastest, Best Drummer in Kansas, 2000, et. spins an original pourquoi tale of. .A lovely appeal for quiet contemplation of nature's gifts. by Marguerite W. Davol & illustrated by Rob Roth. spins an original pourquoi tale of when the world was young and butterflies were dressed in dull colors, earth-tones of browns and grays and washed-out pinks and purples. A sudden thunderstorm and bolt of lighting splits the butterflies' tree in half, stunning them into silence.
When the world was young, butterflies were so noisy that they did not see the beauty around them-until a great storm transformed and silenced them. ISBN13:9780531333228.
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By Robert Roth, Marguerite W. Butterflies were once loud and ugly until an event changed them into the beautiful, silent creatures we all love. Other Books You Might Like. Vivid abstract drawings colorfully illustrate this tale of their transformation.
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Title: Why Butterflies Go By On Silent Wings. Author and illustrator: Marguerite W. Davol/Rob Roth. To utilize the artistic lesson in Rob Roth's beautiful water colors, point out how green squiggly lines make a vine, and a half circle or triangle makes a butterfly wing
Title: Why Butterflies Go By On Silent Wings. Publisher: Little Brown and Company. To utilize the artistic lesson in Rob Roth's beautiful water colors, point out how green squiggly lines make a vine, and a half circle or triangle makes a butterfly wing. Show children how making blue splotches above a stem creates the distinctive look of a hydrangea. By doing this, you teach children that an elaborate drawing comprises many doable smaller shapes and color combinations. Title: Oliver's Milk Shake. Author and illustrator: Vivian French/Alison Bartlett.