Elsies Bird

Elsies Bird Elsie Is A City Girl She Loves The Noise Of The Cobbled Streets Of Boston But When Her Mother Dies And Her Father Moves Them To The Faraway Prairies Of Nebraska, Elsie Hears Only The Silence, And She Feels Alone In The Wide Sea Of Grass Her Only Comfort Is Her Canary, Timmy Tune But When Timmy Flies Out The Window, Elsie Is Forced To Run After Him, Into The Tall Grass Of The Prairie, Where She S Finally Able To Hear The Voice Of The Prairie Beautiful And Noisy And She Begins To Feel At Home Jane Yolen And David Small Create A Remarkable, Poetic, Vividly Rendered Book About Finding One S Place In The World.

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  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • Elsies Bird
  • Jane Yolen
  • English
  • 27 May 2018
  • 0399252924

10 thoughts on “Elsies Bird

  1. says:

    by Andrea Renee CoxA very cute story, this book shares about grief and moving and learning to appreciate one s surroundings It s a great story to read with children.I was not compensated for my honest review.

  2. says:

    As a kid I was read a fair amount of Little House books by Laura Ingalls Wilder Over the years a fair amount of what I heard has faded into the mists of memory However, there is one Little House scenario that stuck with me all through my childhood and cropped up recently in my adult memory as well It is the moment when Laura and her sister find themselves lost in the tall prairie grasses and realize they might never find their way out again That image of children lost in grass stretching hig As a kid I was read a fair amount of Little House books by Laura Ingalls Wilder Over the years a fair amount of what I heard has faded into the mists of memory However, there is one Little House scenario that stuck with me all through my childhood and cropped up recently in my adult memory as...

  3. says:

    Beautiful, touching story of a little girl whose father moves her from Boston to Nebraska during pioneer times, after the death of her mother Timmy Tune, her canary, is the only thing she has to remind her of home.Art nerd alert If I taught an illustration class, I d assign a study of this book and possibly all of David Small s This is visual storytelling at its best Jane Yolen s words are poetry as always, and may make you choke up at the end, but it s where they are placed and spaced, an Beautiful, touching story of a little girl whose father moves her from Boston to Nebraska during pioneer times, after the death of her mother Timmy Tune, her canary, is the only thing she has to remind her of home.Art nerd alert If I taught an illustration class, I d assign a study of this book and possibly all of David Small s This is visua...

  4. says:

    A lovely, touching story of a young girl who moves west with her father after her mother passes away He wants a new start, to leave the painful memories of Boston far behind But, daughter Elise misses the city especially the noises of the city The prairie seems so SILENT without it Her only comfort is the little canary she brought with her his sweet song fills the house with music and a tie to home Elise keeps to her house, though her father tries to entice her to explore the new world ar A lovely, touching story of a young girl who moves west with her father after her mother passes away He wants a new start, to leave the painful memories of Boston far behind But, daughter Elise misses the city especially the noises of the ci...

  5. says:

    Splendid Marvelous Lovely Wondrous I thoroughly enjoyed both the story and the illustrations I just love this book A big thank you to Goodreads friend Kathryn who alerted me to it.Small s illustrations are pitch perfect and gorgeous, and I could easily view them multiple times I always enjoy his art This story is about a young city girl whose mother dies and then has to move with her father and her cana...

  6. says:

    Elsie had lived in Boston all of her life She loved its curving streets, the horses hooves clopping on the roads, and she loved the birds that sing She even sang their songs back to them But after her mother died, her father decided to head west to Nebraska The two of them took a train out west, accompanied by Elsie s new canary named Timmy Tune When they reached Nebraska with its wide open prairie and silence, Elsie was overwhelmed by the vastness around her She stayed in their sod house, Elsie had lived in Boston all of her life She loved its curving streets, the horses hooves clopping on the roads, and she loved the birds that sing She even sang their songs back to them But after her mother died, her father decided to head west to Nebraska The two of them took a train out west, accompanied by Elsie s new canary named Timmy Tune When they reached Nebraska with its wide open prairie and silence, Elsie was overwhelmed by the vastness around her She stayed in their sod house, only Timmy Tune bringing a smile to her face Then one day when her father was gone, she accidentally left Timmy Tune s cage door open and he escaped outside Now Elsie had to decide whether to stay safe indoors or entre the overwhelming prai...

  7. says:

    Elsie lives in Boston with her father until, after the death of her mother, he decides to move the two of them to the prairie of Nebraska It s a big adjustment for Elsie, who is used to the sounds of the birds and the people in the city Fortunately, she has her canary, Timmy Tune, to keep her company But with no other children around and not hearing any other sounds of nature, she stays indoors all the time How will she ever feel at home here Read and find out Frankly, I wonder how she got Elsie lives in Boston with her father until, after the death of her mother, he decides to move the two of them to the prairie of Nebraska It s a big adjustment for Elsie, who is used to the sounds of the birds and the people in the city Fortunately, she has her canary, Timmy Tune, to keep her company But with no other children around and not hearing any other sounds of nature, she stays indoors all the time How will she ever feel at home here Re...

  8. says:

    Elsie s Bird by Jane Yolen has the distinction of being her 300th book She explains in her blog that the book was inspired by a Smithsonian article about the madness some women were plagued with when moving from the big city out the rural territories Those with canaries faired better for having something f...

  9. says:

    This is an absolutely wonderful tale one of loss and heartache, starting over and resilience Elsie s Dad is saddened by the death of his wife and decides to start a new life in the plains of Nebraska Elsie is overwhelmed by the complete change of scenery, the quietness, and the lonliness of her new life But the love of a small bird helps her adjust and an accident opens up her new world to her It s a lovely, though melancholy story, with gloriously expressive watercolor illustrations Our This is an absolutely wonderful tale one of loss and heartache, starting over and resilience Elsie s Dad is saddened by the death of his wife and decides to start a new life in the plains of Nebraska Elsie is overwhelmed by the complete change of scenery, the quietness, and the lonliness of her new life But the love of a small bird helps her adjust and an accident opens up her new world to her It s a lovely, though melancholy story...

  10. says:

    Audience Primary grades, reluctant readersAppeal Pictures magnificently portray the thought and emotions that Elsie has while her life is changing and she is dealing with a difficult loss and move Anyone that has dealt wit...

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