[Epub] ➝ How to Catch a Star (The Boy, #1) Author Oliver Jeffers – New-books.run

How to Catch a Star (The Boy, #1) Once There Was A Boy, And That Boy Loved Stars Very Much So Much So That He Decided To Catch One Of His Very Own But How Waiting For Them To Grow Tired From Being Up In The Sky All Night Doesn T Work Climbing To The Top Of The Tallest Tree No, Not Tall Enough The Boy Has A Rocket Ship But It Is Made Of Paper And Doesn T Fly Well At All Finally, Just When The Boy Is Ready To Give Up, He Learns That Sometimes Things Aren T Where, Or What, We Expect Them To Be First Time Author Illustrator Oliver Jeffers Offers A Simple, Childlike Tale Of Reaching For The Stars, And Emerging With A Friend

[Epub] ➝ How to Catch a Star (The Boy, #1)  Author Oliver Jeffers – New-books.run
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • How to Catch a Star (The Boy, #1)
  • Oliver Jeffers
  • English
  • 03 November 2017
  • 0007228074

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10 thoughts on “How to Catch a Star (The Boy, #1)

  1. says:

    Once there was a boy. One of the cutest starting line ever.

  2. says:

    Great illustrations as always Lovely story line but could ve done with a littledepth Although, I think the one thing we can take from it is that you can wait for a long time, try and try again but fail However, what you were looking for was right under your nose the whole time.

  3. says:

    Oliver Jeffers has done it again The man can spin pure magic with such simple words, images, and joys in life Our young hero is determined to catch a star It s his dream After waiting, jumping, and stretching though, his dream still looks and feels so far away But in his heart, the wish just wouldn t give up These big, open, colorful pages will inspire readers of all ages to keep reaching for the stars Hope and smiles shimmer and shine on every page Sometimes we need to look at goals and Oliver Jeffers has done it again The man can spin pure magic with such simple words, images, and joys in life Our young hero is determined to catch a star It s his dream After waiting, jumping, and stretching though, his dream still looks and feels so far away But in his heart, the wish just wouldn t give up These big, open, colorful pages will inspire readers of all ages to keep reaching for the stars Hope and smiles shimmer and shine on every page Sometimes we need to look at goals and dreams in life in a different way You never know where your dreams and stars may be hiding.Just keep looking and dreaming Highly recommended

  4. says:

    A story about a boy who doesn t give up on his ambition to catch a star, even when it seems unlikely As I read this book, I wished I had done so long ago I thought of several pupils who I taught on placement that needed motivation to continue working hard, this would have shown them the importance of perseverance in a fun way

  5. says:

    A fun read with beautiful illustrations as usual by Jeffers about a boy who wants to catch a star Particularly good if your child currently has a space rocket obsession

  6. says:

    A cute and quick children s book about a little boy who tries various methods to catch a star Ultimately, it comes to him from the sea.

  7. says:

    I love Oliver Jeffers books, especially his series about the little boy, of which this is the first book We had already read the next book,Lost and Found , the one where a lost penguin turns up on his doorstep and he tries to help it find its way home again such a wonderful book This one is just as delightful, and really captures the kids imaginations.In this story, the boy loves stars and wants one He tries many different ways to catch a star, like climbing to the top of the tree to re I love Oliver Jeffers books, especially his series about the little boy, of which this is the first book We had already read the next book,Lost and Found , the one where a lost penguin turns up on his doorstep and he tries to help it find its way home again such a wonderful book This one is just as delightful, and really captures the kids imaginations.In this story, the boy loves stars and wants one He tries many different ways to catch a star, like climbing to the top of the tree to reach it, and comes up with some other ideas that turn out to be not so doable like using his rocket ship to reach a star except it s out of petrol from his last trip to the moon The boy is persistent and determined, but an aura of sadness and loneliness surrounds him He s very good at dealing with frustration and really thinks problems through, though he has a habit of asking birds for help and is always disappointed.It has a happy ending, and the boy does get a star for a friend or possibly just a washed up dead starfish , but it s really interesting the range of emotions he goes through over the course of the story, and seeing how kids relate to them Two year olds are especially attuned to characters from stories who become sad, and there is a scene where the boy is so forlorn and dejected that young readers are really concerned for him All good signs of developing empathy.Pair the sweet and ironic story with Jeffers distinctive artistic illustrations, and you ve got a really lovely book in your hands This is one of those rare stories that I never get tired of reading which is important, because my own two year old likes to have it read about three times in a row, in one sitting

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  9. says:

    A cute, imaginative story about a boy who wants a star for his own, so he can be friends with it The ending was pretty cute, and I was happy The illustrations were pretty fun, and fit in perfectly with the imaginative story.

  10. says:

    This was so beautiful

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