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9 edition of Emily"s balloon found in the catalog.

Emily"s balloon

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Published by Chronicle Books in San Francisco .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Balloons -- Fiction,
  • Friendship -- Fiction

  • About the Edition

    A little girl"s new friend is round, lighter than air, and looks like the moon at night.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Komako Sakai.
    GenreFiction.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.S143943 Em 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3398055M
    ISBN 100811852199
    ISBN 109780811852197
    LC Control Number2005011283


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Emily's Emilys balloon book. Emily's Balloon, written and illustrated by Komako Sakai, is one of those gorgeous and quiet gems of a picture book I'm afraid might not get seen by enough people. A relatively simple story of a young girl and her yellow balloon is lifted by Sakai's unassuming and 4/5.

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Toddler Emily's balloon comes home with her and, tied to a spoon, floats at just the right height for companionship/5(4). Author and illustrator Sakai’s gracefully executed tale illuminates the pure joy with which toddlers embrace even the most ordinary occurrences. In this simply worded story about a young girl and her new balloon, Sakai tracks Emily’s interactions with the balloon, which—with the swiftness of youthful affections—rapidly transforms into a devoted and loving relationship.

One day, Emily gets a balloon. By the end of the afternoon, the balloon is no longer just a plaything. Emily and the balloon are friends.

But when the balloon blows away, what will Emily do. The beautifully evocative illustrations and the timeless innocence of the story make this deceptively simple book a sure classicsweet, compelling, and filled with the wonder and discovery of friendship/5(4).

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The beautifully evocative illustrations and the timeless innocence of the story make this deceptively simple book a sure classicsweet, compelling, and filled with the wonder and discovery of friendship.

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The book starts with seven-year-old Elizabeth's easiest balloon twists and works up to ten-year-old Emily's more advanced three-balloon creations.

Included are suggestions on how to buy a pump and balloons, as well as warnings for noise-shy twisters who want to know when a part of the project needs extra care to avoid popping the balloon.Even so, it provides a reassuring presence outside Emily's window all night, "just like the moon." Soft pencil-and-wash sketches, all in grays and browns except for the bright yellow balloon, reinforce the child-centered feel of the book as they focus squarely on Emily's attachment to her balloon : $  The book starts with seven-year-old Elizabeth's easiest balloon twists and works up to ten-year-old Emily's more advanced two and three-balloon creations.

Included are suggestions on how to buy a pump and balloons, as well as warnings for noise-shy twisters who want to know when a part of the project needs extra care to avoid popping the s: