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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Brian Deines,Nancy Hundal
  • ISBN:
    1550416863
  • ISBN13:
    978-1550416862
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  • Publisher:
    Fitzhenry & Whiteside; 1 edition (November 10, 2006)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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    1534 kb
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    327
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Nancy Hundal’s writing is beautifully poetic, We feel the sun’s journey across our campsite. Brian Deines uses one and a third to full double page spreads for his illustrations.

Nancy Hundal’s writing is beautifully poetic, We feel the sun’s journey across our campsite. It taps her tent in the morning, pours like syrup warm and sick at noon. By evening, gentle fingertips of light massage the trees good night. She gets across the silence and restfulness of the forest and the family’s connection to its simple, gentle beauty. They look like oil paintings, some striking enough to belong in an art gallery. They capture the sense of gratitude and wonder perfectly.

About Nancy Hundal: Nancy is the author of nine picture books and one YA novel. Her style of writing has been referred to as poetic prose, and her books are often used in the classroom as pattern books for student writers. She lives in Vancouver, where she divides her time between being a mother of three, a teacher-librarian in an elementary school, and a writer. Nancy Hundal’s books.

Nancy Hundal’s most popular book is Camping. Showing 11 distinct works. Camping by. Nancy Hundal, Brian Deines (Illustrator).

A tribute to the simply art of camping and the unforgettable experiences it brings. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by AltheaB on October 14, 2010.

Nancy Hundal s prose seems to dance off the pages in this valentine to camping.

So begins Nancy Hundal's first book, an evocative prose . Nancy Hundal brings a camping trip alive, with all its pluses and minuses, in evocative visual text. Brian Deines uses his deep richly-coloured palette and perceptive eye to capture the children's experiences.

The sense of quiet contentment and reluctance to leave the magical, peaceful twilight time makes this a wonderful end of day book - soothing for children, full of nostalgia for adults. Andrea Deakin, Chilliwack Times May 28, 2002.

2 Total Resources 8 Books Name Pronunciation. by Nancy Hundal and Brian Deines. Our Original Resources 1. Audio Name Pronunciation with Nancy Hundal. Created by TeachingBooks. Number 21.

Personal Name: Hundal, Nancy, 1957-. Camping Juvenile fiction Family Family life. Download now Camping by Nancy Hundal ; illustrated by Brian Deines. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

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Who can forget their first camping trip? "Holidays, lolling days. Mom wishes for museums and art galleries. Dad talks about fancy hotels. My sister Laurie wants malls, anywhere. Duncan dreams of arcades. And I long for Disneyland." This year won_t be like the others. There will be no paintings or fluffy towels, clothes racks, jackpots or mouse ears. Nancy and her family are going camping. Just the thought of camping is bad enough. Outhouses, mosquito bites, burnt food and lots of work_what kind of holiday is that? But from the moment their campsite is established, the family slowly begins to discover the magic of life in the wild. Nights so quiet and dark, it_s like being wrapped in a blanket. Food that warms the stomach and awakens the senses. Swimming in the lake, climbing trees and lolling in the sun. And millions, no, bajillions of stars. More time, less o_clock. That_s what camping is about.

Grillador
What a wonderful story with great illustrations. Speedy service
Jorad
Excellent book my pre k class live the story and vibrant pictures it was a wonderful addition to our camping theme
Rias
Great book
Xar
The pictures are wonderful, the story is sweet, My son loved this book and so did my class when I used it during our summer camping unit.
Olma
Everyone in the family has their own idea of the perfect vacation, museums and art galleries, fancy hotels, malls, arcades, and Disneyland. But, due to a lack of money, the family goes camping. Bit by bit the simple wonders of campfires, swimming in the lake, evening stars, cold drinking water, and doing absolutely nothing win over the family.

Nancy Hundal’s writing is beautifully poetic, “We feel the sun’s journey across our campsite. It taps her tent in the morning, pours like syrup warm and sick at noon. By evening, gentle fingertips of light massage the trees good night.” She gets across the silence and restfulness of the forest and the family’s connection to its simple, gentle beauty.

Brian Deines uses one and a third to full double page spreads for his illustrations. They look like oil paintings, some striking enough to belong in an art gallery. They capture the sense of gratitude and wonder perfectly.
This is a perfect picture book for anyone who’s ever said, “Why would you ever want to go camping?”
I_LOVE_228
A nice gentle story about a girl discovery the pleasures of camping, enjoying time spent away from all the hubbub of modern life, and being in the out-of-doors. Very well illustrated. Readers who enjoy this book may enjoy the Appalachian Trail children's book - Ellie's Long Walk Ellie's Long Walk: The True Story of Two Friends on the Appalachian Trail