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5 thoughts on “Lin Yi's Lantern

  1. says:

    I was intrigued by the lovely cover but unfortunately I found the story uite dull and the illustrations dark and depressing All the characters look misshapen and haggard like zombies or Tim Burton creations I personally wo

  2. says:

    Really fun project at the end of book making lantern Story is nice and i would say for kids aged 5 years and above

  3. says:

    I used this book with a class of Foundation Stage pupils along with the storycards produced by Rising Stars I chose to use it because we have been looking at stories from other culturesI have given it 5 stars The children loved it We read the story and had themed actvities running alongside it all week The story lends itself to many areas of learning within the Early Years curriculum and the artwork is stunningIn the bac

  4. says:

    This is the most beautiful book I've ever seen The illustrations are out of this world and the story is just lovely

  5. says:

    Came as expected

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Lin Yi's mother has sent him to the local market to buy food for the Moon Festival but what he really wants is a red rabbit lantern Will he barter well enough to be able to buy one Benjamin Lacombe's vivid illustrations are the perfect complement to Brenda Williams' gentle story AGES 5 9 AUTHOR Brenda Williams is a widely published poet A former elementary school teacher she has also written many educational articles and books She says of her work “I try to listen to children mimic their sense of fun and open pathwa. I was intrigued by the lovely cover but unfortunately I found the story uite dull and the illustrations dark and depressing All the characters look misshapen and haggard like zombies or Tim Burton creations I personally would ve been frightened by them as a childThe overall drab tone seems out of place for what is a gentle light and family friendly festival I feel that the book s cover does not accurately convey its contents However it s evident that a lot of work went into the illustrations so I rated 2 stars Something in the Wine The Moonstone Series zombies or Tim Burton creations I personally would ve been frightened by them as a childThe overall drab tone seems out of place for what is a gentle light and family friendly festival I feel that the book s cover does not accurately convey its contents However it s evident that a lot of work went into the illustrations so I rated 2 stars

CHARACTERS Lin Yi's Lantern

Lin Yi's Lantern

To name a few He lives in Paris with his dog Virgile SELLING POINTS • Introduces Chinese customs through the accessible story of a young boy who has his heart set on buying a lantern for the festival • Emphasises personal and social development Lin Yi faces a moral dilemma and learns that doing the right thing is the best course of action • Includes informative endnotes including facts about the legend of the Moon Fairy and life in rural China and instructions for making your own Moon Festival paper lantern Colou. I used this book with a class of Foundation Stage pupils along with the storycards produced by Rising Stars I chose to use it because we have been looking at stories from other culturesI have given it 5 stars The children loved it We read the story and had themed actvities running alongside it all week The story lends itself to many areas of learning within the Early Years curriculum and the artwork is stunningIn the back of the book there is also the story behind the moon festival The Moon Fairy Legend I invited Uncle Hui into class to tell this story which was a nice enrichment activity The children were full of uestions surrounding the story and many have gone on to buy it for home o

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Ys for their inuiring minds” This is Brenda's third project with Barefoot Books following Home for a Tiger Home for a Bear and The Real Princess She lives in Wiltshire England ILLUSTRATOR Benjamin Lacombe graduated from the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs de Paris ENSAD while also working in advertising and in animation He has since illustrated many comic book series and children's books Inspiration comes to Benjamin in many ways contemporary photography primitive Flemish paintings and Hitchcock films. Really fun project at the end of book making lantern Story is nice and i would say for kids aged 5 years and above