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An invitation to beach lovers and ocean gazers to journey far from shore and explore the wide open sea This well loved classic returns in a th Anniversary Edition which will continue to delight children for another twenty five year Simple picture books with one word or phrase per page Beautiful bright paintings 15 mo old winner

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Yellow Ball

Catch Throw Uh oh The yellow ball is forgotten at the edge of the water Little by little so no one notices the ball floats out to sea All alone it travels above the fish and below the gulls and drifts into a storm Tossed by waves al This book has beautiful watercolor illustrations and simple text I can see this working on all sorts of reading levels My almost 6 month old will stare at the pictures for uite a while when I leave this opened for him on his playmat I can see an older baby enjoying looking for the yellow ball on each page sometimes it s tiny and almost hidden This would also be good for a very early reader since there are just a few simple words to the story

Molly Bang ☆ 0 Summary

L through the night it sails ashore next day to a hug and a home Molly Bang's luminous pastels and gentle rhythmic text tell a story that is both exciting and reassuring Together pictures and text are at once a lyrical adventure and I really liked this book Although there wasn t much of a story I thought it was neat that the ball takes a big journey through the ocean and then comes back to the child at the end I also though the illustrations were really cool and reflected the mood of the story


10 thoughts on “Yellow Ball

  1. says:

    PICTURE BOOK Only a few words per page this book is practically a wordless picture book The lack of words allows for reader exploration of a greater story and deeper interaction with the illustrations

  2. says:

    This book has beautiful watercolor illustrations and simple text I can see this working on all sorts of reading levels My almost 6 month old will stare at the pictures for uite a while when I leave this opened for him on his playmat I can see an older baby enjoying looking for the yellow ball on each page sometim

  3. says:

    via KT Horning Bang’s dazzling full color pastel paintings tell most of the story as they trace the progress of the ball over dolphins and under sea gulls beyond a bridge and through a night storm before being washed ashore on a different beach and into the open arms of another child Perspectives change but the bright yellow ball is always visible even when it’s just a dot on the dark blue ocean

  4. says:

    Follow the journey of a bright yellow ball in a picture book for emergent readers The book helps explain positional vocabulary of an object above below behind and also introduces how forces of nature as the ball gets washed out to shore With rhythm and rhyme the ball finds a new home in the arms of another child I would hold this book high in Pre K classrooms

  5. says:

    Pretty cool book that approaches perspective in a very simple way There are a lot of interesting pictures in here such as the one where the ball seems to echo the moon after spending all day yellow it's even in the title There's no

  6. says:

    I really liked this book Although there wasn't much of a story I thought it was neat that the ball takes a big journey through the ocean and then comes back to the child at the end I also though the illustrations were really cool and reflecte

  7. says:

    This was one of Patrick's favorite books when he was very little We still have it

  8. says:

    Simple picture books with one word or phrase per page Beautiful bright paintings 15 mo old winner

  9. says:

    Simple words My two year old liked trying to track the ball each page but I don't think it put together super w

  10. says:

    Fun concept book about perspective Bright pictures straightforward text

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