- Author:Jeanne Titherington
- Publisher:Greenwillow Books; 1st edition (August 18, 1995)
- Pages:24 pages
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Auntie Pearl, who can fly also, has received the same discouraging reaction
Auntie Pearl, who can fly also, has received the same discouraging reaction. She and Sophy have a marvelous airborne excursion, peering in second-story shop windows, meeting a giraffe face to face, and enjoying ice cream among the clouds. But "when they got home, no one noticed they'd been gone. Unlike many of the childrens books out today, Jeanne Titherington does not put forth a book that preaches a sappy message to make parents happy but instead puts forth a result that applies to who childrens books are really for-children.
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When Sophy and Aunt Pearl gaze into a second-story window, or smile at a. .
When Sophy and Aunt Pearl gaze into a second-story window, or smile at a giraffe, there is little else in the scene to make them appear elevated. An image of Sophy jumping up or walking in the air doesn't look as if she's flying. Sophy and Pearl take off to explore the neighborhood; the adults of the town are oblivious to their flight, although all the children see them. When they return from their outing, no one has even noticed they were gone.
ISBN 10: 0688078354 ISBN 13: 9780688078355. Publisher: Greenwillow Books, 1995. When Sophy awakes one morning to discover that she can fly, nobody much cares except her Auntie Pearl, who exclaims: 'Well, imagine that! I always knew you took after me. We must go for an outing.
Sophy and Auntie Pearl. 1995) A Picture Book by Jeanne Titherington. We must go for an outing
Sophy and Auntie Pearl. And so they do, floating above a telephone-company cherry picker and embracing the zoo's giraffe. The lightness of Ms. Titherington's joyful pictures wafts the reader right along. Written and illustrated by Jeanne Titherington. This book draws on the historical sources, but the ebullient illustrations are purely modern in spirit. Delicate, utterly plausible illustrations. By Angela Shelf Medearis.
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With her usual simple text and soft-textured colored-pencil illustrations, Titherington tells a story of imagination and friendship. Sophy discovers she can fly. Her mother and father arent interested, but Great-aunt Pearl next door says she can fly, too. Together, the small child and the old lady take off.... Titheringtons gentle, realistic art makes the ordinary so amazing that we laugh at the playful perspectives and fly with the story. ALA Booklist.
The simple, charming text, printed with large clarity in an elegant typeface, is formally arranged opposite full-page, framed colored-pencil illustrations. Seen from various perspectives, the expertly rendered, realistic indoor and outdoor scenes of everyday life are made magical with floods of light and the exuberance of the pair as they prance gleefully across the sky.... Children will relish this message. School Library Journal.