[Ebook] ↠ A Ball for Daisy Author Chris Raschka – Thegreatwallonline.us

A Ball for Daisy Winner Of The 2012 Randolph Caldecott MedalThis New York Times Bestseller And New York Times Best Illustrated Book Relates A Story About Love And Loss As Only Chris Rashcka Can Tell It Any Child Who Has Ever Had A Beloved Toy Break Will Relate To Daisy S Anguish When Her Favorite Ball Is Destroyed By A Bigger Dog In The Tradition Of His Nearly Wordless Picture Book Yo Yes , Caldecott Medalist Chris Raschka Explores In Pictures The Joy And Sadness That Having A Special Toy Can Bring Raschka S Signature Swirling, Impressionistic Illustrations And His Affectionate Story Will Particularly Appeal To Young Dog Lovers And Teachers And Parents Who Have Children Dealing With The Loss Of Something Special.

[Ebook] ↠ A Ball for Daisy  Author Chris Raschka – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • A Ball for Daisy
  • Chris Raschka
  • English
  • 10 August 2017
  • 037585861X

10 thoughts on “A Ball for Daisy


  1. says:

    This is a wordless picture book about a white dog who loves her red ball A brown dog starts to play with the white dog s ball and accidentally pops it The brown dog s owner makes the situation right and replaces the pop...


  2. says:

    Absolutely darling wordless picture book about super cute dog Daisy, who loves her red ball until it pops Will she find a new best friend, er, ball I think many children will be able to relate to the idea of having a favorite ...


  3. says:

    As a wordless picture book, Chris Raschka s A Ball for Daisy is sweetly expressive, and I do much appreciate and heartfully enjoy the simplicity of the featured text in other words, even as someone who for the most part, who generally, finds written narrative mucheasily understood and fathomed than illustrated pictorial images, I have indeed been able to figure out the entire storyline of A Ball for Daisy without difficulty, without any type of comprehension issues whatsoever, without t As a wordless picture book, Chris Raschka s A Ball for Daisy is sweetly expressive, and I do much appreciate and heartfully enjoy the simplicity of the featured text in other words, even as someone who for the most part, who generally, finds written narrative mucheasily understood and fathomed than illustrated pictorial images, I...


  4. says:

    A Ball For Daisy is a Caldecott Award Winning book that falls in the genre wordless picture book.Summary This wordless picture book is about a dog named Daisy using the illustrations to convey the story and portraying the emotions that the dog feels about a particular red ball.Critique A The arrangement of the illustrations engage the reader in how the author may go to a full page spread to picture clips It feels like you are watching a movie in slow motion where you put the story together you A Ball For Daisy is a Caldecott Award Winning book that falls in the genre wordless picture book.Summary This wordless picture book is about a dog named Daisy using the illustrations to convey the story and portraying the emotions that the dog feels about a particular red ball.Critique A The arrangement of the illustrations engage the reader in how the author may go to a full page spread to picture clips It feels like you are watching a movie in slow motion where you put the story together yourself and provide your own words.B The way in which the illustrations are arranged every emotion that Daisy feels the reader is able to interpret and ultimately cannot help feeling as well.C Towards the beginning of the story the author provides the reader with illustrations...


  5. says:

    Chris Raschka s A Ball for Daisy was given this year s Caldecott award for the best children s picture book of the last year Once again I m getting to be a curmudgeon I find the award winner unworthy of the award If there is such a thing as a sentimental post modern picture book, this is it Daisy has a red ball, which she plays with and obviously loves When at the park another dog plays too roughly and the ball deflates Daisy is bereft But when she goes again to the park the other dog has Chris Raschka s A Ball for Daisy was given this year s Caldecott award for the best children s picture book of the last year Once again I m getting to be a curmudgeon I find the award winner unworthy of the award If there is such a thing as a sentimental post modern picture book, this is it Daisy has a red ball, which she plays with and obviously loves When at the park another dog plays too roughly and the ball deflates Daisy is bereft But when she goes again to the park the other dog has brought a blue ball to give to Daisy You have here angst over the loss of something beloved and the sentimental replacement with something equivalent The story reminds me of Job, who at the end of the story is given a new family and flock As if they could replace what he has lost.Publisher s Weekly gushes over the pictures, but I was not p...


  6. says:

    A Ball for Daisy is a wordless picture book which won the Caldecott medal in 2012 I fell in love with this book upon my first reading, but that could have to do with the fact that I have dogs myself and consider myself a dog person This is the story of a dog named Daisy that has a toy she loves completely One of my favorite parts shows Daisy cozy up to her ball to sleep near it She and her person go to the park to play, and another dog plays with the ball and it breaks The rest of the sto A Ball for Daisy is a wordless picture book which won the Caldecott medal in 2012 I fell in love with this book upon my first reading, but that could have to do with the fact that I have dogs myself and consider myself a dog person This is the story of a dog named Daisy that has a toy she loves completely One of my favorite parts shows Daisy cozy up to her ball to sleep near it She and her person go to the park to play, and another dog plays with the ball and it breaks The rest of the story goes on to show how Daisy not only receives a new ball, but also a new friend These are all ideas to which younger children can find a connection...


  7. says:

    The pictures are nice, but a wordless picture book about a dog just is not going to hold my attention I like Grandpa Green a lot .


  8. says:

    Daisy dog loves her red ballthan anything She plays with it and naps with it and takes it to the park That s a mistake, though, because another dog likes her red ball, too, and he runs away with it When Daisy tries to get it back, her beloved ball bursts Daisy is devastated Will she ever be happy and playful again I ll say it up front I m not a fan of Chris Raschka s illustrations I can t really pinpoint why there s just something about his style that doesn t appeal to me It su Daisy dog loves her red ballthan anything She plays with it and naps with it and takes it to the park That s a mistake, though, because another dog likes her red ball, too, and he runs away with it When Daisy tries to get it back, her beloved ball bursts Daisy is devastated Will she ever be happy and playful again I ll say it up front I m not a fan of Chris Raschka s illustrations I can t really pinpoint why there s just something about his style that doesn t appeal to me It ...


  9. says:

    This is the first time I ve enjoyed illustrations by Chris Raschka So expressive no words necessary for sure I loved how at first we didn t see the people s heads while the dog was concentrating on its ball, but when the ball was lost, the people becameinteresting And the theme about recovering from a loss and keeping your eyes open for a new opportunity extends far beyond oh no, that was my smelly s...


  10. says:

    The story of A Ball for Daisy Raschka, 2011 is a darling tale about a lovable dog that has a favorite red ball The ball that Daisy adores is deflated one day as Daisy allows another dog to play with it, which makes Daisy incredibly sad until the other dog brings Daisy a blue ball on another outing The visuals that are used in A Ball for Daisy Raschka, 2011 can be described as simplistic, yet bright, and endearing The illustrations are cartoon like, and since this book is wordless the grap The story of A Ball for Daisy Raschka, 2011 is a darling tale about a lovable dog that has a favorite red ball The ball that Daisy adores is deflated one day as Daisy allows another dog to play with it, which makes Daisy incredibly sad until the other dog brings Daisy a blue ball on another outing The visuals that are used in A Ball for Daisy Raschka, 2011 can be described as simplistic, yet bright, and endearing The illustrations are cartoon like, and since this book is wordless the graphics must tell the complete tale Since the pictures have to command attention, there are usually multiple pictures regarding Daisy s actions on each page A Ball for Daisy Raschka, 2011 helps readers to acknowledge that an audience can understand a story just by viewing pictures alone.This story is in the genre of a fictional children s pictu...

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