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Nicole was born in Fall River, Massachusetts, with both parents in the arts—her dad was a designer and painter, and her mom was a fashion illustrator and art teacher. Wild Rose looks at it and feels the life and the peace contained within it. She asks her grandmother how she created it. Grandma tells her that she did all of the same things that Wild Rose did, only through her weaving instead of outside. As Wild Rose begins to understand how the rug is "a picture of life," she decides that she would now like to learn how to do it. Grandma tells her that now she is too busy and the two go outside to play under the rainbow that has risen from the storm.
The next day, they weave the rainbow into their rug. I love the bond that is being created between grandmother and granddaughter. That relationship is a special one and this made me miss my own grandmothers. Passing down traditions from generation to generation is something to be cherished. I also loved the connection between nature and art that goes into the weaving of the rug.
Both grandmother and granddaughter shared the same experience, though it manifested in different ways.
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Nicole Wong's illustrations perfectly accompany the story as Grandma's weaving on one page mimics what Wild Rose is doing on the other. This spiritual book is one that will be cherished by families who share it.
Nov 12, Mymcbooks rated it it was amazing. She spooked the sheep, saw the lightning flash, and splashed in the tiny rivers. When Wild Rose finally came in and saw that her grandma has finished the rug, she saw life in its col My Review: When Grandma called out to Rose Wild to come learn how to weave, Wild Rose said she was too busy and ran out of the house. When Wild Rose finally came in and saw that her grandma has finished the rug, she saw life in its colors.
This is an interesting story about a grandparent wanting to pass on a generational skill to her grandchild.
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The illustrations by Nicole Wong are beautifully with the use of soft pastels to bring the story to life. I received no monetary compensation. All opinions expressed here are mine and mine alone. May 30, Victoria Whipple rated it liked it Shelves: family , tcp , art. This lovely picture book tells the story of Rose, who just wants to run and play while her grandmother tries to teach her to weave.
Rose doesn't want to come in from the excitement of a rainstorm, and the author shows the parallel action of Rose outside and her grandmother inside.
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The illustrations are beautifully done in soft pastels to show the beauty and excitement of nature, as well as the warmth and comfort of home. It is also refreshing to see characters who are not whitewashed, but have e This lovely picture book tells the story of Rose, who just wants to run and play while her grandmother tries to teach her to weave. It is also refreshing to see characters who are not whitewashed, but have ethnic characteristics. The story itself is beautiful, and beautifully told. Rose's refrain through most of the book is "This has got to be better than weaving".
When she sees the final weaving, however, she decides she must learn to weave, but grandmother tells her "Not now. Now I'm busy. Nov 30, Natalie Hendry rated it liked it. All Wild Rose wants to do is play outside in the storm. She believes anything and everything is better then weaving with her grandmother. When she finally sees the rug her grandmother made it is made into the rainbow. I love the connection that is made with the grandmother and granddaughter. The story is about passing down traditions and how nature is created through the story.
The illustrations are made with pastel colors and maybe water colors.
The text is very short and the pictures take up both pages. I would read this both to young children, but I do not think it would be very helpful in a classroom. It is a great book for children of the age of years old.
It teaches the child to respect the family tradition and spend time with your family. Aug 07, Kathy rated it really liked it. I downloaded this picture book to my Kindle to see what it would be like to read a picture book. My 5 year old thought it was fun for me to read to her from the Kindle. I then downloaded it to Adobe to see what the pictures looked like in color. I would highly recommend this book be read on something other than a small black and white screen so the beautiful pictures can be enjoyed.
At first this book reminded me of The Little Red Hen - the grandma was working while the granddaughter played inste I downloaded this picture book to my Kindle to see what it would be like to read a picture book. At first this book reminded me of The Little Red Hen - the grandma was working while the granddaughter played instead of learning to weave. When the granddaughter sees the beautiful rug her grandmother made she decides it's time for her to learn.
This is a great book about passing skills from one generation to another and enjoying the beauty of life. Feb 08, Jay rated it really liked it Shelves: netgalley-read , picture-books , read Wild Rose is a typical kid who thinks playing outside, doing what she wants, is way more fun than learning to weave with her grandmother. Jul 08, Margaret Boling rated it it was amazing Shelves: 1format-picture-book. Wild Rose wants to run and play outside and finds many things to do that are more fun than her weaving. Meanwhile, her grandmother is patiently weaving a tapestry.