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The Fox and the Falling Leaves (2006 original; edició 2007)

de Julia Rawlinson (Autor), Tiphanie Beeke (Il·lustrador)

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When his favorite tree begins to lose its leaves, Fletcher the fox worries that it is sick, but instead a magical sight is in store for him.
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Títol:The Fox and the Falling Leaves
Autors:Julia Rawlinson (Autor)
Altres autors:Tiphanie Beeke (Il·lustrador)
Informació:Scholastic Inc. (2007)
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Etiquetes:September, Autumn

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Fletcher and the Falling Leaves de Julia Rawlinson (2006)

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This book is incredibly sweet! Julia Rawlinson (author) tells a story about a young fox named Fletcher who has a favorite tree. One day, he notices that the tree looks different. Fletcher see's that the tree starts to loose it's leaves and attempts to catch all the leaves and put them back onto the tree. I really loved this story because it was framed as a narrative, but also ends with Fletcher gaining a better understanding of the seasons. This would be a great children's book to read during a unti about the changing seasons. I could also see some art lessons being able to be integrated into this unit. ( )
  annieohare | Oct 22, 2020 |
Summary: Flecther, a young fox, has a very special and beautful tree near his den that he loves to visit. One day he notices the leaves are starting to fall, and he worries that his beloved tree is getting sick! Fletcher does everything he can to "fix" his tree and not let the leaves fall. When he realizes he canot "fix" the tree Flecther gets very sad, until, one winter morning he walks out to the tree to find that is even more beautiful than before! his tree is ok!

Review: I do not know how this book has not gotten more popular! The illustrations are beautiful, and the story is heartwarming and adorable. I can see this being a big hit for storytime when the season are changing! Fletcher is a wonderful example of a curious and kind child! I recommend any of the Fletcher books! ( )
  leeport | Feb 20, 2020 |
It's autumn, and Fletcher's favorite tree is slowly changing colors and losing its leaves. Fletcher is very worried. He tells the tree he'll help. But when the very last leaf falls to the ground, Fletcher feels as though he's let down his friend . . . until the first day of winter, when Fletcher sees that his tree has turned into a shining, glittering surprise.
  wichitafriendsschool | Nov 5, 2019 |
Have you ever been worried that someone you love wasn't feeling well? If so, you will be able to relate to Fletcher the fox's concern when his favorite tree starts turning brown. His mother assures him that it's only fall, and Fletcher tries to comfort the tree letting it know it will feel better soon. When more leaves start to swirl off the branches Fletcher sets to trying to gather them all up so he can give them back to his friend. Unfortunately, other animals are thrilled with the fallen leaves and start taking them to use as they want. Poor Fletcher is so upset and he tries very hard to make his tree get better. Is there any way that Fletcher can see that his tree will be okay? What do we do when the fate of someone we love is in our hands?

Fletcher and the Falling Leaves written by Julia Rawlinson and illustrated Tiphanie Beeke is sure to be a book children will want to revisit every fall. It's the perfect read when the leaves are putting on a show. The illustrations in this book are beautiful and they help make this sweet story even more magical. Fans of autumn will be delighted with the colors that float off the pages. You will adore Fletcher and his caring nature. I especially love the end scene of the book. It really sparkles! This books makes you realize that change isn't always a bad thing and sometimes even more wonderful things are in store. I like how kind Fletcher is and he truly has a heart of gold. I would recommend this book to kids, book lovers, and fans of fall of all ages. ( )
  Robinsonstef | Jul 10, 2019 |
A young fox fusses over his favorite tree as it goes through seasonal change, trying in vain to save its leaves from the wind and the forest animals. The leisurely story (three or more sentences per spread) is accompanied by lovely impressionistic scenes of smudgy crayon and watercolor, plus a bedazzling special effect at the climax. The length of the text and look of the illustrations lend it well to one-on-one or small group read-alouds.
  rarewren | Nov 23, 2018 |
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The simple warmth of Rawlinson’s story and the gorgeous reds, golds and browns of Beeke’s pastels wind up in a glittery surprise.
 
"Starred Review. PreSchool-Grade 3–This potent synthesis of art and prose conveys a child's first awareness of the changing seasons with reverence and wonder. Fletcher, a tiny fox, is concerned when his favorite tree turns brown. His mother tells him, Don't worry, it's only autumn, but the tree hardly seems fine to Fletcher. As its leaves fall and flutter away, the youngster struggles in vain to catch and reattach them. When only one leaf remains, he does his level best to secure it to the limb, but eventually the stem dries up and the leaf pops off. Mournful and confused, he carries it home and takes it to bed with him. Still worried about his tree, he wakes up the next morning to find that it has undergone a sweet and satisfying transformation. Beeke's resplendent watercolors work beautifully with the book's tone, content, layout, and design. Picture books about nature sometimes suffer from cloying, excessively pastoral language or imagery; this rare example succumbs to neither. A first purchase for every collection." –Catherine Threadgill, Charleston County Public Library, SC
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"PreS-Gr. 2. When the leaves on his favorite tree turn brown and begin to drop, Fletcher, a young fox, worries that the tree is sick. Although he tries his best to help the tree, the last leaf finally falls. The next day when Fletcher visits the tree, he sees a magical sight that convinces him that falling leaves don't signify the tree's demise. Rawlinson's carefully worded text is superbly matched by Beeke's impressionistic watercolors. Fletcher's character is clearly evident in his distinct facial features and body language, and the magical change of the season is accentuated as the scenery goes from soft, hazy earth tones to cool white and blue-green. For the scene in which Fletcher beholds the "magical sight" of the tree covered with ice, sparkle has been glued to the pages; the effect will make children gasp with delight. Given such a strong debut, the unforgettable Fletcher is primed for more picture books as he discovers the ways of the world." Randall Enos
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