What magic can be found in a piece of string The magic of a million incarnations when the string is found by an imaginative little girl who spies it on the sidewalk.Slither, slish it could be the dance of a scaly dragon.Or, push a pat the top of the Great Wall of China.Unique illustrations, inspired by Asian brush stroke paintings, transform the simple thread into fireworks, thunderclouds, and even the moon....
|Publisher||:||Dragonfly Books Reprint edition June 15, 1999|
|Number of Pages||:||32 pages|
|File Size||:||663 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Squiggle Reviews
When you sit down to read this book with your child make sure you have a red or any other color "squiggle" of your own in your pocket or close by so that once you are done so you too can imagine wonderful objects and things with your squiggle!
We bought this book for book club for our first grader. The kids really liked it and it opened up a great discussion about seeing things differently than others and how perspective and imagination work. It was an easy to read story for 6-7 yr old. Also it was beautifully illustrated, they kids are still raving about the drawings in the squiggle. Also this book serves as a great opportunity to introduce Chinese and Asian cultural aspects.
I use this a vocal exploration with Kindergarteners. Such a cute story with a lot of squiggly pictures for their voices to follow.
Such a cute book! Great for vocal exploration exercises with little ones!
Love this story to read with class.
Great book to read in primary grades for any teacher.
Very good book that the students in my class love to listen and follow along with. So interesting and the pictures are loved by the students.