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eBook The Village of Basketeers ePub

by Nicoletta Ceccoli,Lynda Gene Rymond

  • ISBN: 0618396713
  • Category: Geography and Cultures
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Nicoletta Ceccoli,Lynda Gene Rymond
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers; First Edition edition (May 2, 2005)
  • Pages: 40
  • ePub book: 1600 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1634 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 464


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The village of basketeers. As a fierce wind blows stronger and stronger through their village, two excellent basket makers try and fail to capture it, but give two young friends, Kip and Elsa, an idea that just might work. Accelerated Reader AR LG .

The Village of Basketeers book. In this original tale, Lynda Gene Rymond creates an enchanting village that is brought to life by Nicoletta Ceccoli’s mesmerizing illustrations, full of sunset color and bursting with energy. Most of Nicoletta’s books/folios are pricey (I have most of her books, which I purchased, before they went out of print, at a certain gallery that is her distributor/art representative) with the exception of Oscar & a few of her picture books. Hopefully, the publisher or her representative (Heidi- hint, hint) will consider republishing Oscar & the Mooncats.

by Lynda Gene Rymond & illustrated by Nicoletta Ceccoli . Glowing, fanciful illustrations animate Rymond’s plainly told tale of a village assaulted by a wind so wild that animals have to be tied down and the Moon is blown out of the clouds.

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by Lynda Gene Rymond. Published 2005 by Houghton Mifflin in Boston.

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In the Village of Basketeers, the soil is too rocky for farming and the sea too rough for fishing. Luckily, the grasses and reeds that grow nearby are ideal for making baskets and a basketeer can weave anything—a house for a duck, a barn for a horse, or a carriage fit for a queen. Life is good in the village until one day when the wind blows a little harder than it blew the day before. And it only gets worse the next day, and the next. The townspeople have big ideas for taming the wind, but the wind is in no mood to be caught. Can little Elsa and Kip coax the wind into settling down, with the cleverest idea of all? In this original tale, Lynda Gene Rymond creates an enchanting village that is brought to life by Nicoletta Ceccoli’s mesmerizing illustrations, full of sunset color and bursting with energy.


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The Village of Basketeers is a successful blending of imaginative storytelling and engaging graphics. The magical setting will enchant young (and old) readers, and the text and illustrations work very well together to convey a sense of narrative and characters.

You may recognize Nicoletta Ceccoli's work as her illustrations have appeared in a number of other children's books including Horns and Wrinkles (Joseph Helgerson), An Island In The Sun (Stella Blackstone), and The Barefoot Book of Fairy Tales (Malachy Doyle).

This story book is a great debut - definitely whets my appetite for more from this writer!
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When your village isn't fit for farming and the sea is too rough for fishing, what do you do for work? If your grasses and reeds are perfect for making baskets, then that's what you do. And if you're a good weaver, you can weave anything including a barn, a carriage and even a basket for eggs.

Ah, life is good ... until the wind begins blowing and doesn't stop. Everything in the village begins to fly away. What to do? The townspeople all have ideas about how to tame the wind but nothing works until the unlikeliest of people find a way.

This book is a grand romp through The Enchanting Village of Basketeers. Children will enjoy the story and love the colorful and lively illustrations. I encourage moms, dads and grandparents to buy this for that special little one in their life.
melody of you melody of you
When I first heard Lynda Gene read this book I was mesmerized. She weaves a beautiful tale that people of all ages will enjoy. You must add this book to your library.