|Author:||Devin Asch,Frank Asch|
|Title:||Like a Windy Day|
|Format:||txt docx mobi lrf|
|ePUB size:||1841 kb|
|FB2 size:||1256 kb|
|DJVU size:||1911 kb|
|Category:||Science Nature and How It Works|
|Publisher:||Gulliver Books; 1st edition (October 1, 2002)|
Like a Windy Day - Frank Asch, Devin Asch - Google Books Sprinkled with educational information on the powerful nature of wind, an enchanting picture book follows a little girl as the breezy, blowy, and blustery wind takes. Following their Baby Duck's New Friend, the father-and-son team offers a rollicking testament to the excitement whipped up by the wind . com: Like a Windy Day (9780152064037): Frank Asch, Devin.
Devin Asch's illustrations will have you twirling and swirl your turn the page for new discoveries. Like A Windy Day" is written by Frank Asch. Apr 10, 2012 Katherine Fountain rated it it was amazing. Like a Windy day has very nice illustrations throughout the entire book. This book would also go great with a mini science lesson focusing on wind. You could show your class all of the things that happen because of wind.
FRANK ASCH has written and illustrated more than sixty books for children, including the popular Good Night, Baby Bear. Age Range: 4 - 7 years. Grade Level: Preschool - 3. Paperback: 32 pages. His books are so free and playful and simple in the way a child understands the world. The illustrations are always lovely. Like a Windy Day is a treat for any child. 4 people found this helpful.
I want to play like a windy day, reads the opening; a framed panel shows the child gazing at the breeze above. I want to zoom down hillsides. With flowing hair and arms outstretched to touch a floating leaf, the wind looks just like her. Throughout, mural-like panels appear on double-page spreads; as the girl and her wind twin travel from city to countryside to seashore and back the leaf remains just out of reach. As in their first collaboration, Baby Duck’s New Friend (2001) the Asch duo’s pen-and-ink illustrations are digitally enhanced allowing for a softening of lines and a diaphanous.
Like a Windy Day by Frank Asch & Devin Asch. A sweet and colorful book, Like a Windy Day follows a girl as she experiences all the daily activity and the multiple personalities of the wind. Windblown by Edouard Manceau. The featured title of storytime and the inspiration for the post-storytime activity, Windblown is about seven scraps of paper that appear and take shape of various animals with the wind as the narrator. Windblown Craft: Like I mentioned above, Windblown is a story about seven scraps of paper told from the wind’s perspective.
by Frank Asch, Devin Asch. This book tells the story of a girl who wants to move like the wind. She wants to be able to do all of the things that the wind does to people and part of the earth. It's shows the movement of wind, and just how great of an impact it has on the world.
Frank Asch is the author of many picture books aimed at young readers. In 1989 he and Russian author Vladimir Vagin became the first Russian/American collaborators to write a children's book published simultaneously in both the United States and the Soviet Union. Here Comes the Cat tells of a village of mice fearful of the approach of a cat, until they realize the cat comes in friendship. Carolyn Phelan in Booklist called the title a "bright and simple picture book.
Like a Windy Day, Harcout, 2002 (Illustrated by Devin Asch). Class Pets: The Ghost of . 42, (Chapter book) Simon & Schuster, 2003 (Illustrated by John Kanzler). Class Pets: Battle in a Bottle, (Chapter book) Simon & Schuster, 2003 (Illustrated by John Kanzler). Class Pets: Survival School, (Chapter book) Simon & Schuster, 2004 (Illustrated by John Kanzler). Monsieur Saguette and His Baguette, Kids Can Press, 2004. Mr. Maxwell’s Mouse, Kids Can Press, 2004 (illustrated by Devin Asch). Star Jumper, (Chapter book) Kids Can Press, 2006 . The Lending Zoo, Simon and Schuster, 2016. Moon for Sale, (Ebook with audio and highlighted words), read by Frank Asch, Pet Rock Mountain Press, 2016. Turtle Tale, (Ebook with audio and highlighted words), read by Frank Asch, Pet Rock Mountain Press, 2017.