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Kit Pearson

Autor(a) de The Sky Is Falling

19+ Works 2,355 Membros 33 Críticas 6 Favorited

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Obras por Kit Pearson

The Sky Is Falling (1989) 407 exemplares
A Handful of Time (1987) 376 exemplares
Awake and Dreaming (1996) 338 exemplares
Looking at the Moon (1991) 211 exemplares
The Lights Go on Again (1777) 189 exemplares
The Daring Game (1986) 154 exemplares
Guests of War Trilogy (1994) 147 exemplares
A Season for Miracles : Twelve Tales of Christmas (2006) — Contribuidor — 95 exemplares
A Perfect Gentle Knight (2007) 90 exemplares
Hoping for Home: Stories of Arrival (2011) — Contribuidor — 56 exemplares
The Whole Truth (2011) 39 exemplares
And Nothing But the Truth (2012) 18 exemplares
The Magic Boat (2019) 17 exemplares
A Day Of Signs And Wonders (2016) 16 exemplares
Be My Love (2019) 3 exemplares
The Singing Basket (1990) 2 exemplares

Associated Works

The Unseen: Scary Stories (1994) — Contribuidor — 33 exemplares
The Unexplained: A Haunted Canada Book (2008) — Contribuidor — 29 exemplares
The Young Oxford Book of Nightmares (2000) — Contribuidor — 23 exemplares
Don't Read This! : And Other Tales of the Unnatural (1994) — Contribuidor — 23 exemplares


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BooksInMirror | 2 outras críticas | Feb 19, 2024 |
Patricia is sent to spend the summer on a lake with cousins she doesn’t know while her parents work through the conditions of their separation and divorce. Her cousins find her snooty and incompetent - she can’t even manage a canoe! - and Patricia finds *them* mean and exclusionary. It is shaping up to be a terrible summer, until she finds an old pocket watch that somehow transports her back to the same family cabin on the same lake, but at a time when her own mother was 12 years old, just like Patricia herself…. Kit Pearson is a well-known Canadian children’s writer; I’ve only read a few books by her, but have enjoyed each of them for their portrayal of childhood relationships between adults and kids, and between kids themselves. While the lessons of each book are quite obvious (here, learning to accept each person as they are rather than striving for perfect parent-child relationships), the way in which the main character is led to those lessons is entertaining and well plotted; mildly recommended.… (mais)
thefirstalicat | 5 outras críticas | Oct 23, 2022 |
The power of imagination in this book is incredible. This book is a great read for grades K-2 because it can teach young students the importance of putting yourself out there...which to can lead to "beyond you can imagine" things. Ellie befriends a girl at the beach and together they find a “magic boat” to use their imagination and explore. This is the perfect combination of friendship and the power of discovery among young children.
egelva1 | 2 outras críticas | Nov 13, 2019 |



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