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eBook Layla, Queen of Hearts ePub

by Glenda Millard,Patrice Barton

  • ISBN: 0374343608
  • Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Glenda Millard,Patrice Barton
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR); 1 edition (April 27, 2010)
  • Pages: 128
  • ePub book: 1949 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1171 kb
  • Other: lrf docx doc mbr
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 485

Description

Can-should-Layla bring her to school? The theme running through Millard's Silk family chronicles is the transformative power of empathy.

Can-should-Layla bring her to school? The theme running through Millard's Silk family chronicles is the transformative power of empathy. Emotional balm, the source of inspiration and ideas that nourish and enrich the soul, empathy works its magic on everyone, from Miss Amelie to Layla's impatient mom. Barton's illustrations gently convey the bonds of affection among the author's eccentric, engaging characters.

Glenda Millard is an Australian writer of children's literature and young adult fiction. Millard was born in Victoria, Australia. Her first work was published in 1999 by Margaret Hamilton Books, entitled Unplugged!. In 2003 she released The Naming of Tishkin Silk which was named as an honour book at the 2004 CBCA Awards and was a finalist for the 2004 New South Wales Premier's Literary Awards.

Layla, Queen of Hearts book. I am now firmly a Glenda Millard and Silk family fan. These books have also introduced me to illustrator Patrice Barton, and I LOVE her work. If I could draw, this is how I'd want to do it. When Layla's school announces a Senior Citizens' Day, Layla. Companion to The Naming of Tishkin Silk, another heartwarming family story.

Glenda Millard Layla, Queen of Hearts was shortlisted in the CBCA Awards and won the Queensland Premier's Children's Book Award

The final book in the highly acclaimed, multi-award-winning KINGDOM OF SILK series is a heart-warming story about the power of love and family. Ages: 7+ two of Perry Angel's favourite people are Grandma Nell and his good friend Jenkins. Layla, Queen of Hearts was shortlisted in the CBCA Awards and won the Queensland Premier's Children's Book Award.

Layla, Queen of Hearts. Layla, Queen of Hearts continues the story of these memorable characters. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate. A follow-up to the award-winning THE NAMING OF TISHKIN SILK, this is a gentle, moving novel about friendship, old age, loss, and the power of love. A friend like Layla comes along once in a lifetime, and Griffin Silk knows this with all his heart. Griffin's daddy used to say that Layla had been sent to comfort them after tishkin went away; 'like an arm about their shoulders, a candle in the dark or like golden syrup dumplings for the soul'. Children's Book Council of Australia Short Listed Book. King, Stephen Michael, illustrator; Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Friendship - Juvenile literature, Miracles - Juvenile fiction, Friendship - Fiction, Old age - Fiction, Conduct of life - Fiction, Family life - Australia - Fiction, Friendship, Miracles, Australia - Fiction.

Other Books by Glenda Millard. At exactly that moment, Layla’s heart was aching. Griffin’s mention of Senior Citizens’ Day had got her thinking about her nana. Almost a year had passed since Nana died and since then Layla had learned to be brave, as her mother said she must.

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Book two in the award-winning Kingdom of Silk series. Griffin's Daddy used to say that Layla had been sent to comfort them after Tishkin went away, 'like an arm about their shoulders, a candle in the dark or like golden syrup dumplings for the soul'. Read full description.

This is the second book about Layla and Griffin. I haven’t yet read The Naming of Tishkin Silk (Farrar 2009) but it’s on my list for my next trip to the library! Cindy: I think Lynn has been around me too long if she is starting to warm up to sad books! But then, she’s turned me into a more regular science fiction reader so I’m glad the mind meld is symbiotic. This book was a tonic for my soul. Thank you to Glenda and Patrice.

When Layla's school announces a Senior Citizens' Day, Layla is at a loss. Who can she take? Her friend Griffin Silk offers to share his grandmother, Nell, but Layla desperately wants someone of her own. So Nell introduces Layla to Miss Amelie and a friendship begins. Layla soon learns that Miss Amelie has problems with her memory. Layla is determined to help―and a small but significant miracle occurs in this warm and loving novel about the healing power of friendship.Layla, Queen of Hearts is a 2011 Bank Street - Best Children's Book of the Year.

Comments

AGAD AGAD
This is one of the best books I've ever read through thick and thin, sad and happy. I love how they describe things as other things this is a perfect book and I recommend it to everyone
Vobei Vobei
This book is a such a treasure that I feel the need to offer a review. My 8 year old reader is on the autism spectrum which means it is hard to discern the difference between reading about an action and actually doing the action. Books with obnoxious children who learn the lesson by the end of the book are pointless...only the obnoxious behavior is learned. This book has none of that. The characters are wonderful, the story line thought provoking. An added bonus is the subject matter: aging grandparents with alziemers or senility and death/funerals. I feel the subjects are handled so well, you can just enjoy the story or use it to open discussion if your family is experiencing this situation. Either way, a great book for this reading level. I look forward to reading Glenda Millard's other books.
Manarius Manarius
granddaugher love this book.