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Book Title: Will's Mammoth|
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 951 KB
v The author of the book: Rafe Martin
Date of issue: October 13th 1997
ISBN 13: 9780698115781
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Read full description of the books Will's Mammoth:Will's Mammoth is a book by Rafe Martin all about the adventures of a little boy and his mammoth. Will was a little boy who was intrigued by the idea of mammoths and just knew that his parents were wrong when they told him that mammoth's no longer existed. However, Will did not believe them because he knew that there were still mammoth's and he was right! This book is all about Will and his mammoth and the places that they go and see. The mammoth takes him all across the land to see different sites and to show him what the life of a mammoth looks like. The boy and the mammoth encounter bears and saber tooth tigers, wolves and horses. They even see some of the people who lived during the time of the mammoths. Will and his mammoth have the best of time but will finds himself having to tell his "non-believing" parents what he did at the end of the day.
I really enjoyed reading this book. I think that there are so many different routes that you can take with the pictures in this story. The children could potentially come up with a different story every time the read the book. The parents disbelief makes the book fun because you feel as if you are watching a kid prove their parents wrong and experience something really wild and neat! I would use this book for kindergarten or early first grade. It would be a great tool to use to get kids thinking about books and using their imagination and critical thinking skills.
I think that Stephen Gammell's illustrations make this book. The use of color in his illustrations make an adult reading the book feel as if they were a kid. The illustrations only further lend to the imagination of an actual child. The fine details and particular attention that is paid to the pictures are exquisite but especially the detail to the mammoth is really special. You feel that if while reading this book you could see the mammoth just walk right off the page and onto the table. I really love how you feel as if all the illustrations are 3D because of the lines and the angles that the illustrator uses to portray movement. The illustrations in this book are overall fantastic and feed the imagination of all children.
Read information about the authorThis professional storyteller lives in Rochester, New York.
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