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The Boy, The Father & The Sea by Anthony P. Lashley and Rebecca Clare Lashley

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List Price: £6.99

 

Paperback: 12 Pages.

Published: 30 September 2016 by Austin Macauley Publishers

ISBN: 1786121913

EAN: 9781786121912

When his fisherman father is consumed by the oceans, a boy refuses to accept it, and goes on a mission to rescue him... A touching and evocative tale about the lure and danger of the waves, and the strength of a child's love for his father, The Boy, the Father & the Sea delves into the age-old mythology of man's relationship with the sea, creating a new and timeless fable. This story is illustrated with extraordinary skill and passion.

Reviews

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Beautiful Book

This is a very attractive little book. It is a simple story of a boy and

his Father who love the sea but one day the Father is lost whilst out

fishing.

The illustrations in this book are wonderful. You get a real

idea of the sea in the colours and sense of movement. The sea seems to

be a different group of colours on each page showing its different forms

- one day calm & another rough.

The text is written in a poetry

form with fantastic use of words. There is repitition, use of

onomatopoeia and spacing on the page to reflect the words. This would be

an ideal book for showing children how many different ways there are to

write poems and what you can use to strengthen the text.

I loved

this little book. It would make an ideal gift as it is the sort of book

that you would want to read & come back to often. It is the sort of

book that would stay with you into adulthood.

I received a free copy of this book from the publisher.

 
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