Simon Van Booy Wendy Edelson
Pobble's Way
July 13, 2018 Comments.. 414
Pobble s Way A perfect bedtime story this gentle tale follows Pobble and her father as they stroll through the snowy woods near their home one evening and in Pobble s imaginative and unique way of looking at thi

  • Title: Pobble's Way
  • Author: Simon Van Booy Wendy Edelson
  • ISBN: 9780979974663
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A perfect bedtime story, this gentle tale follows Pobble and her father as they stroll through the snowy woods near their home one evening and, in Pobble s imaginative and unique way of looking at things, nature transforms a winter mushroom becomes frog umbrella, a floating leaf turns into a butterfly boat, and a feather is a tickle stick In the excitement of imagining wA perfect bedtime story, this gentle tale follows Pobble and her father as they stroll through the snowy woods near their home one evening and, in Pobble s imaginative and unique way of looking at things, nature transforms a winter mushroom becomes frog umbrella, a floating leaf turns into a butterfly boat, and a feather is a tickle stick In the excitement of imagining worlds transformed, Pobble does not notice when her pink mitten falls from her pocket Soon the woodland animals gather and begin to wonder whether the soft, pink addition to the forest is cotton candy, a mouse house, a wing warmer, or a fish coat With luminous paintings and lyrical language, this picture book celebrates family, nature s beauty, and the power of imaginative thinking.

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    1 Blog on “Pobble's Way

    1. SCARLETT says:

      THIS IS A FUN AND CLEVER STORY. I LOVED THE ARTWORK IN THIS BOOK. THIS GIVEAWAY IS PERFECT FOR CHILD AND PARENT TO READ AT BEDTIME TOGETHER.

    2. Betty says:

      Pobble's Way by Simon Van BooyIllustrated by Wendy EdelsonPublished by Flashlight PressPobble's Way is a delightful picture book that tells an enticing story. Pobble loves to take magical walks through the woods around their cottage especially between supper and bedtime with her Daddy. With rich imagination and beautiful illustrations, we follow them on their path. Everything is magical as they go along.It is winter and there is so much to see. Mushrooms become frogs' umbrellas, But when Daddy p [...]

    3. Tara says:

      While walking throught the woods behind the house after dinner one evening, Pobble and her father use their imaginations to explain different objects they see to each other. On the stroll, one of Pobble's mittens falls from her pocket. Squirrel, Mouse, Owl, Duck, Bunny and Deer all give explanations as to what the mitten is and its use. When Pobble and her father find the mitten Pobble, too, gives and explanation.Pobble's Way is a fantastically written and beautifully illustrated children's book [...]

    4. Terry says:

      Young Reader Reaction: The story reminded our daughter of another book she loves - The Mitten by Jan Brett. She liked all of the things everyone imagined about the objects in the woods.Adult Reader Reaction: The story has the classic elements of a fairy tale, told in a realistic way. I loved that it was a father and daughter exploring the woods. The end papers (which I usually don't pay attention to) create a welcome map for readers so they can see Pobble's journey.Pros: Beautiful illustrations [...]

    5. Finola says:

      I can't really say I ever grew out of children's books. Mainly because they would always remind me of my mum or dad reading to me before bed. When I read any book there are often moments of nostalgia, but particularly when reading a children's book. I'm not going to lie, Simon Van Booy is my favourite author of all time. Truly though, this book is so delightful and so sweet, given Mr. Booy has a daughter of his own, that if you're anything like me when it comes to reading children's books you'll [...]

    6. Donalyn says:

      When Pobble and her father walk in the woods, they give fanciful names to the common objects they find-- a feather is a tickle stick, a floating leaf is a butterfly raft and so on. When Pobble loses her mitten in the forest, the animals try to figure out what it is. Is it a fish coat? a wing warmer? a carrot carrier?This book seemed to try too hard. It reminded me of Owl Moon and The Mitten, both much better books.

    7. N. says:

      Love this story about what happens after a little girl loses her mitten and the forest animals each say it's something different, but I did not fall in love with the illustrations. They're good; they're just not wonderful.

    8. Mckinley says:

      Father-daughter game of imagine is continues by forest animals when the girl drops her mitten.

    9. Simon Van Booy says:

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