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Flatland

Flatland From first time children s author David Sayre and award winning illustrator Rebecca Emberley comes a story of our place in the universe as experienced by Owuza and his Flatlander friends Follow along

  • Title: Flatland
  • Author: DavidSayre Rebecca Emberley
  • ISBN: 9780991293506
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From first time children s author David Sayre and award winning illustrator Rebecca Emberley comes a story of our place in the universe as experienced by Owuza and his Flatlander friends Follow along as they explore Flatland and its limits, discovering themselves in the process This story may take you beyond your ordinary experience and open discussion about where here From first time children s author David Sayre and award winning illustrator Rebecca Emberley comes a story of our place in the universe as experienced by Owuza and his Flatlander friends Follow along as they explore Flatland and its limits, discovering themselves in the process This story may take you beyond your ordinary experience and open discussion about where here is, what is out there, and what happens when people and things we love are no longer where we can see them Emberley s gorgeous, tapestry like depictions of Flatland are a perfect foil for Sayre s deep, yet simple story twolittlebirdsbooks

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    1. This picture book is not related to the novella FLATLAND by Edwin Abbott (1884), other than both are occupied by characters who are geometric shapes. The novella FLATLAND satirized a society split into rigid classes. The picture book FLATLAND deals subtly with the mature themes of relationships, death, and spirituality.The protagonist Owuza arrives in Flatland as a speck, and gradually grows into a fully realized being. He makes friends, shares his ideas, creates beautiful things with them, and [...]

    2. This is a story about the new kid in town, in this case the kid is Owuza and the town in Flatland. When Owuza arrived, he was nothing but a speck and he had to grow, both in size as well as in learning and understanding the new sights, smells and sounds he is experiencing. While it was exciting, it was also scary, for new things are generally both.Once Owuza found the courage to roam he discovered many new friends and they had a lot of fun together. Eventually, Owuza started wondering what was b [...]

    3. This book has a fairly abstract message with pictures to go along with it. The pictures might help inspire some creativity with the narration of what the readers might think Flatland is or what kinds of creatures these might be. It seems as though that is the author's intention - that nothing is explicitly stated, so it is up to the reader to find meaning for him/herself.

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