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More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Sage's Song. Sep 27, Storywraps rated it it was amazing. This cute book is a valuable lesson in being still and discovering the amazing art of "listening. This book pays homage to restoring that lost art -the art of listening- back into our lives so we can embrace the wonder of nature's soundtrack that is provided for our listening pleasure. Sage is a lively little toddler who rattles her drum, claps her hands, stomps This cute book is a valuable lesson in being still and discovering the amazing art of "listening. Sage is a lively little toddler who rattles her drum, claps her hands, stomps her feet and really gets into life.
She loves to make music! When she finally stills herself, she discovers a world of music that completely surrounds her in its simplest form. Her sensory exploration teaches her to take time to tune in to the birds tweeting, the dogs barking and the bees buzzing which are all natural, musical sounds indeed.
Sage 's Song reminds us to slow down, enjoy the little things in life, be always observant and alert to all that is going on around us and to drink it all in deeply. This sweet, rhythmic story has charming, kid-friendly illustrations that are bursting with colour, are bold, inviting, and very expressive.
The text is overly big, calling you to a fun read. It was the illustration on the front cover of the book that drew me in to begin with. It is a perfect bedtime story for your little one as in conclusion, after all the sounds have been made and the movements performed, you can finally turn out the light and listen to the sounds that envelop him Sep 11, Sarah rated it really liked it Shelves: r2r-complete , kids. Source: I was able to view an online galley of this book on a read-to-review basis.
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This is a short story about a girl who likes to make music, and how if she listens she can hear the music that nature makes. The book had bright colourful pictures, and bold, simple words for kids to recognise. He also liked that there were things on each page that he could count, be it birds, bees, or flowers. Overall; a fun story, with colourful pictures, and fun noises to repeat. Please Note: The Kindle version of this book from Netgalley is unreadable. Aug 26, Stacie rated it it was amazing Shelves: reviews. Sage's Song is an energetic fun-filled story of a darling little girl's ability to find music all around her.
The sing-songy rhyme, in which the story is told, creates a musical rhythm that encourages young readers to get moving.
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Motion words like bang, clap, and stomp entice children to feel the sounds around them. Sage also teaches children to take time to listen for birds, dogs and bees whose musical sounds are often overlooked. The illustrations vividly construct the world as seen and heard Sage's Song is an energetic fun-filled story of a darling little girl's ability to find music all around her.
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Sage's Song Karen Kilpatrick. Peanut's Mistake Karen Kilpatrick. Love Monster Lulu Karen Kilpatrick. Imagine Karen Kilpatrick. Danza's Message Karen Kilpatrick. About Karen Kilpatrick Karen Kilpatrick is the author of the award winning, best selling Pumpkinheads series. Our customer reviews Source: I was able to view an online galley of this book on a read-to-review basis. This is a short story about a girl who likes to make music, and how if she listens she can hear the music that nature makes. The book had bright colourful pictures, and bold, simple words for kids to recognise.
He also liked that there were things on each page that he could count, be it birds, bees, or flowers.