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The Littlest Airplane (edició 2022)
de Brooke Hartman (Autor), John Joseph (Il·lustrador)
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The Littlest Airplane de Brooke Hartman
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Note: I accessed a digital review copy of this book through Edelweiss.
The little bush plane feels he doesn’t matter compared to the other airplanes. A jet can go really fast, while a turbo plane can fly through storms and all kinds of weather. Every single one of the other airplanes, it seems to the bush plane, can do something special, except him who is the smallest of them all.
Then the weather gets bad and a man with a little girl are stranded. One after another, the different airplanes try to get them, but to no avail. It is the little bush plane that matters most in this situation!
When none of the other airplanes can rescue the stranded people, it is the bush plane that swoops in to save the day. In the end, the bush plane learns that being little is a special talent, too.
This is a great book because it teaches that just like airplanes, we all have differences. Those things make us unique and allow us to do things no one else can. The bush plane’s differences save the man and little girl, none of those other airplanes could do what the bush plane could.
Colorful illustrations bring the airplanes to life and pull little ones into the story. The inside cover is decorated with a small search and find to locate the man along with the little girl. Additionally, this tale introduces children to the joy of flying, and different types of airplanes. More information is included about bush planes. It turns out the little airplane has all kinds of talents, and the same is true of people.
I recommend this hard-backed, five-star, picture book, when you read it, you will smile. It will be enjoyed by children aged four through eight, and open them up to “wild blue yonder!”
The Library Thing has provided Tickmenot with a complimentary copy of, The Littlest Airplane, for the purpose of review.
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A rhyming picture book about how sometimes it's not the biggest, strongest, or the fastest, but the littlest who can get the job done! "Alaska Northwest Books wings into spring with... The Littlest Airplane by Brooke Hartman, illus. by John Joseph, in which a storm necessitates calling a mighty little bush plane to rescue people stuck on a mountain in the snow." --Publishers Weekly, Spring 2022 Children's Sneak Previews At a landing strip in the far north, a little bush plane watches quietly as bigger, stronger, faster planes take off for adventure. But when a storm hits and hikers are stranded on the mountain, who will come to the rescue? Told in rhyming verse with bright illustrations, The Littlest Airplane soars high with heart and excitement.
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Classificació Decimal de Dewey (DDC)813.6 — Literature English (North America) American fiction 21st Century
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I highly recommend this book (as does my 5 year old great nephew who wants it read over and over).
The illustrations are wonderful! ( )