3 edition of ONCE UPON A MEMORY found in the catalog.
|Statement||1st Books Library|
|Publishers||1st Books Library|
|LC Classifications||November 19, 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
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a lyrical series of questions that play with the concept of memory and origins. After all, both Nina Laden and Renata Liwska produce children's books. Does a book remember it once was a word? All of the projects are shown below. A boy is swept away to a world where fantasy and reality come together in surprising and playful ways. Many animals in the larger scenes are the child's toys come to life.
Synopsis: The first double-paged spread is wordless. She is the illustrator of the New York Times bestsellers The Quiet Book and The Loud Book! The real is transformed into fantasy as the animals participate in the before and after moments on the pages, where the reader takes a whimsical look at a chair which was once a tree or a more abstract look at an island that was once alone.
Each question sparks an idea, while the illustrations extend the musings into multiple vingettelike stories. It prompts a string of wonderings, each with its own spread and paired by rhyme. Liwska's dreamy illustrations and Ms. Opinion: As an adult reading this book, I thought it was very sweet and reminiscent of childhood curiosity and wondering where things come from. One origin's too narrow--not all families "once [were] two," nor are all parental sets heterosexual, like the male and female mallard depicted.
I'm definitely going to try it in storytime. The pictures are a cute combination of animals and people. Simple rhymes lilt softly on the ear, enhance the dreamy mood ONCE UPON A MEMORY encourage young readers to explore beyond the obvious into their own personal experiences.
The cover of the book with the boy perched, reading in the tree with the owl and squirrel drew me to the story, as well as its title, reminiscent of fairy-tale beginnings. Opening Moves: Lay groundwork of to understand theme, activate background knowledge, personal connections, prompt to notice details, raise quest Have you ever wondered how you started life?
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Opening Moves: Lay groundwork of to understand theme, activate background knowledge, personal connections, prompt to notice details, raise quest Have you ever wondered how you started life? And to offer the possibility on a regular basis.
The pictures are a cute combination of animals and people.
What a lovely picture book.