Download Angelo epub book
ISBN:061869336X
Author: David Macaulay
ISBN13: 978-0618693368
Title: Angelo
Format: lrf mbr mobi lrf
ePUB size: 1287 kb
FB2 size: 1226 kb
DJVU size: 1190 kb
Language: English
Category: Arts Music and Photography
Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers; 1 edition (April 10, 2006)
Pages: 48

Angelo by David Macaulay



The book Angelo by David Macaulay is a really touching story about an old man who befriends a bird. The beginning of the story started out pretty funny, but as the story progresses it gets sweeter to read. Angelo really falls in love with his bird friend and would do anything to take care of her. The illustrations in this book are really beautiful and I think that they complement the story so well. The pictures are really detailed and very funny.

Angelo, e-kitob muallifi: David Macaulay. Bu kitobni kompyuterda, Android va iOS qurilmalarida Google Play Kitoblar ilovasi orqali o‘qish mumkin. Oflaynda o‘qish uchun Angelo kitobini yuklab olib, matnni belgilang, xatcho‘plar qo‘shing va qayd qoldiring. High above the rooftops of Rome, Angelo begins his work restoring the façade of a once glorious church. There, among the sticks and feathers, he discovers a wounded bird. Angelo becomes the bird’s reluctant savior. As the church nears completion, Angelo begins to worry about the future of his avian friend. What will become of you? Where will you g. .

David Macaulay's Angelo is a sweet picture book about selfless service and an unexpected friendship between an architectural restorer and a pigeon. Angelo is an architectural restorer in Italy who doesn't really like pigeons since they cause a mess on the beautiful buildings he restores. Then, one day he finds an injured pigeon, scoops it up in his hat, and sets off for home, thinking he will just find a place to leave it on his way home. Instead, he is still carrying it when he gets to his house, so he decides it can stay with him "just one night.

High above the rooftops of Rome, Angelo begins his work restoring the façade of a once glorious church.

Book's title: Angelo David Macaulay. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0618168265. System Control Number: (Sirsi) 9243455. Personal Name: Macaulay, David. Publication, Distribution, et. Boston Download Angelo David Macaulay. leave here couple of words about this book: Tags: Adaptation (Biology).

by David Macaulay & illustrated by David Macaulay. Angelo, an aging, all-business artisan, is inspecting every nook and cranny of each and every ledge when he happens upon a frail descendant of one of the generations of thoughtless pigeons who have besmirched the beautiful building facade he is to restore. Angelo is determined to dispose of this nuisance, just as soon as she is restored to some semblance of strength. Grudgingly, but with great care, he creates a sort of Rube Goldberg clinic for the bird, who thrives on Angelo’s attention and quickly becomes his constant companion

Angelo becomes the bird’s reluctant savior.live? he asks her. Through his artistry as a master craftsman he answers the questions for his humble friend and assures that he, himself will not be forgotten.

David Macaulay (born 2 December 1946) is a British-born American illustrator and writer. His works include Cathedral (1973), The Way Things Work (1988) and The New Way Things Work (1998). His illustrations have been featured in nonfiction books combining text and illustrations explaining architecture, design and engineering, and he has written a number of children's fiction books

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High above the rooftops of Rome, Angelo begins his work restoring the façade of a once glorious church. There, among the sticks and feathers, he discovers a wounded bird. Angelo becomes the bird’s reluctant savior. As the church nears completion, Angelo begins to worry about the future of his avian friend. “What will become of you? Where will you go . . . where will you . . . live?” he asks her. Through his artistry as a master craftsman he answers the questions for his humble friend and assures that he, himself will not be forgotten.
Reviews: 7
Gholbirius
Angelo is an elderly Italian artisan who works in plaster. He is restoring the facade of a beautiful church. He finds a sick pigeon in a recess and brings her home to recover. She becomes a friend and goes everywhere with him. He takes her on weekend trips to the countryside. When she is healed she flies away but one day she notices that Angelo is getting very tired and is slowing down as he works on the church. Will he be able to finish the job? Read the book to find out how the little pigeon returns a kindness. Highly recommended.
Rolling Flipper
Readers beaware! This paperback version of Angelo is VERY different from the hardcover version of Angelo. The illustration sometimes gets cut off i.e. the hat of Angelo is cut off on the cover, the back art is so much smaller as compared to the hardcover version. The layout of the illustration has changed as well, so it reads very oddly as well. The printing quality has suffered so some of the colors didn't turn out as nicely either.

Though the story stays the same, there is NO comparison between the paperback and hardcover, if you appreciate what David Macaulay did with the illustration.

This goes to the return.
Simple fellow
A very touching story. It reminds me the words in Bible,"Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.Love never fails."

It's an excellent storybook for readers of all ages!! I gave this book for my students to read and they loved it very much.
Fiarynara
All of David Macaulay's books are wonderful, and this is no expection. One note of caution, though...I teach elementary school and read this book to a number of students. The story deals with death at the end, and this lead to some sad comments and discussion. Should be prepared to talk about death or loss of a loved one. This is would be a perfect book to deal with that topic.
Jaiarton
Great book for homeschooling or simply to have books to read in the home for children.
Pringles
I bought this beautiful book for my daughter when she was three. She is 15 now and she still talks about this wonderful story! It deserves better than only 9 5-star reviews!! This one is a keeper! :)
Oparae
I hate that I bought this for my ipad. You don't see the pictures well or with the words on the page. Not sure why, but there are small little boxes of the same wording on the three pictures and then in bigger writing, yet it's all the same. The kids feel like I'm not reading something. Good book but something is very wrong for the Ipad kindle version!!!!!!
Wonderful story that we read over and over again. Really a touching one to enjoy. I love the pictures as well as the tale.