Fishing in the Air



Fishing in the Air In Wonderful Storytelling Fashion, Newbery Medal Winning Author Sharon Creech Presents A Simple Tale About A Little Boy And His Dad Who Go On A Fishing Trip With A Can Of Worms And A Sack Of Sandwiches But The Poetry Of Her Words Combines With Caldecott Honor Artist Chris Raschka S Gorgeous Illustrations To Evoke An Experience Muchimaginative And Powerful.

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Fishing in the Air book, this is one of the most wanted Sharon Creech author readers around the world.

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  • Paperback with Audio Cassette
  • 0 pages
  • Fishing in the Air
  • Sharon Creech
  • English
  • 19 March 2018
  • 1591122244

10 thoughts on “Fishing in the Air

  1. Alley Denney says:

    This story touched my heart I loved the relationship between the boy and his father and how his father told the story of his first time fishing This story will relate to many many students I believe.

  2. Krystal F says:

    This book has beautiful illustrations about a boy and his father and their fishing trip It was fun to see the father s story turning into the son s, as he fished in the air by hearing and capturing the story However, the illustrations were kind of busy and I a...

  3. Ivan says:

    Christmas gifts for a nephew Fun read Our boy loves to fish with dad.

  4. Klyon says:

    Loved it Nice memory piece.

  5. Rani says:

    Special place, by the river, special day for father and son Creating memories Beautiful writing.

  6. Matthew Hunter says:

    Beautiful work by both Creech and Raschka Creech s poetry makes me nostalgic not for fishing, but for golfing with my Dad She uses subtle repetition of phrase to great effect with me I related to the Father s yearning for an idyllic past, and to the Son s desire to knowabout his Father s past while also living together in the present FATHER REMINISCES Oh, where is that house And where are those fields and that river and that father and that boy SON RESPONDS SIMPLY Right here Beautiful work by both Creech and Raschka Creech s poetry makes me nostalgic not for fishing, but for golfing with my Dad She uses subtle repetition of phrase to great effect with me I related to the Father s yearning for an idyllic past, and to the Son s desire to knowabout his Father s past while...

  7. Jane G Meyer says:

    While I absolutely adore the text of this picture book, which is full of wonder, and lyricism, I struggle with the illustrations that seem over the edge and often difficult to decipher They have a very strong Italian pottery look, with rounded everything, and color everywhere I find it s very difficult for your eye to find a landing place When you look at the page your eye zooms round and round aimlessly, which obviously fits the title, but in the end doesn t enhance the finer points of this While I absolutely adore the text of this picture book, which is full of wonder, and lyricism, I struggle with the illustrations that seem over the edge and often difficult to decipher They have a very strong Italian pottery look, with rounded everything, and color everywhere I find it s very difficult for your eye to find a landing plac...

  8. Baby Bookworm says:

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm Visit us for new picture books reviews daily Hello, everyone Our book today is Fishing In The Air, written by Sharon Creech and illustrated by Chris Raschka, a colorful and imaginative tale about the special bond between fathers and sons.A little boy and his father leave early one morning, to go on an adventure to a secret place As they travel and prepare, they talk and use their imaginations, and the world arou...

  9. Aunt Edie says:

    We entertain a lot of guests in Colorado over 30 in 2014 Some of them are quite small Unfortunately, with no kids of our own, our place can be rather dry for our littlest guests We have every toy older visitors could want but the youngest are left making do with a few well meaning but ineffectual attempts at entertainment Fortunately the Salida Public Library is a treasure So I take my little friends on a field trip It is always a hit There are games to play and puzzles to solve And ea We entertain a lot of guests in Colorado over 30 in 2014 Some of them are quite small Unfortunately, with no kids of our own, our place can be rather dry for our littlest guests We have every t...

  10. Brianna says:

    With beautiful watercolor illustrations that channel the likeness of Impressionist painters Van Gogh and Monet, Sharon Creech s Fishing In the Air tells a story of a boy and his father on his first fishing trip The story is told through the eyes of the boy, his enthusiasm and the magic of the day told in detail with the gorgeous illustrations twirling and looping around the text.Sharon Creech s descriptive text takes a hold of the reader and pulls them right into the magic of the moment with With beautiful watercolor illustrations that channel the likeness of Impressionist painters Van Gogh...

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