☆ The Very Lonely Firefly Î Download by Õ Eric Carle
☆ The Very Lonely Firefly Î Download by Õ Eric Carle The Very Lonely Firefly by Eric Carle starts off with a scene of the sun setting and becoming night time The book brings in the main character, the lonely firefly The lonely firefly is flying through the night trying to find someone that has the same light as he does On the way he runs into a family and their pets who has different objects that confuses the firefly into thinking they are the same as him He keeps searching through the night until he finds what he was looking for What caught my eye about this book was how interactive the illustrations and small texts on each page interplayed with each other Another thing that caught my eye was the interactive flashing lights you could see in the book itself, they actually light up The book itself has amazing illustrations and interacting small bubble texts throughout the story The author uses onomatopoeia in the texts and some repetitive phrases There are different shapes within the illustrations of the people and animals When the story introduces each character that the firefly runs into, you soon realize that they are all connected This is a high quality children s book because the illustrations compliments the text in the story and the story has a character having a problem and he goes through different situations to solve it I overall like this book and the author because he creates books that are fun to interact with for younger children to read and play with It makes the reader amused when there isto the book than just pictures and writing I believe that s a smart element to have with early readers, it helps by grabbing their attention I read The Very Lonely Firefly as a young adult and I recommend this book to an early reader. My son liked this one and I hated it He had like a gazillion million questions while we were reading it which is the last thing I want to do when I m trying to get a talkative rambunctious toddler to go to sleep So it s definitely a daytime book when I m ready for so many questions A VERY Classic From Eric Carle, Creator Of The Very Hungry Caterpillar When A Very Lonely Firefly Goes Out Into The Night Searching For Other Fireflies, It Sees A Lantern, A Candle, And The Eyes Of A Dog, Cat, And Owl All Glowing In The Darkness It Even Sees A Surprise Celebration Of Light But It Is Not Until It Discovers Other Fireflies That It Finds Exactly What It S Looking For A Surprise Sure To Bring Smiles To Anyone Who Turn The Final Page Lushly Illustrated With Eric Carle S Trademark Vibrant Collage Art, Soothingly Told With A Gentle read Aloud Rhythm, And Complete With A Surprise Sure To Light Up Children S Faces, The Very Lonely Firefly Will Fast Become A Storytime Favorite read It With A Flashlight In The Dark Or Under The Table And Watch Those Fireflies Glow A lonely firefly meanders through the night looking for others of its kind Will it ever find them This book gave me a legit gasp moment when I reached the last page at the library It s a fun surprise and a great little story along the way I don t always love each and every illustration but the style is undeniably unique and appealing. 1 step at a time1 step at a time . This classic of Children s Literature, by Eric Carle explores, how all creatures seek out others, so that they are not lonely. Beautifully written, and illustrated in Carle s classic style, this book is sure to become a favorite for your little reader. Eric Carle is out of touch This is the tale of a firefly who travels through the night, rejecting opportunities to interact with dogs and cats and lanterns and an owl It finally spots a number of other fireflies who pay it no attention whatsoever The Very Lonely Firefly concludes Now the firefly wasn t lonely any. When it finds a group of other fireflies, it is no longer lonely Do the fireflies greet the protagonist Do they so much as look at it No, Mr Carle This book has no business dealing with loneliness. Very cute book As an adult though, I bought itfor the fascination of the book mechanic s, to check out the twinkle lights built into the back cover of the book.
How have I never read this classic picture book before now I absolutely love the end of this with the light up part showing all the fireflies it was a pleasant surprise and the kiddo loved it.
Eric Carle born June 25, 1929 is a children s book author and illustrator, most famous for his book The Very Hungry Caterpillar, which has been translated into over 30 languages Since The Very Hungry Caterpillar was published in 1969, Eric Carle has illustrated than seventy books, many best sellers, most of which he also wrote, and than 71 million copies of his books have sold around