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Tisse inspired home and a Cezanne inspired sea This is an excellent book especially for those who enjoy French andscapes and the painters who envisioned them Just a great children s book and fun for adults to with all the country views of France This is one ucky kitty cat she has a tough journey at first It amused me to see her abandoned at the beginning in Rouen We went to see the cathedral there but the city is grown Our grand daughter of 7 Open for Business (Rough play with anonymous men in a porn shop viewing room) (Rough play with anonymous men in a porn shop viewing room) (The Sex Shop Book 1) loved the book and reads it to her 2 year old brotherSheoves the book She told us I ove the book thank you Grandma and Poppa What can we say We checked this book out from our ibrary but I oved it so much I bought a copy Apparently it isn t in print any because I could only find used ibrary copies That was a bit I could only find used ibrary copies That was a bit however the story itself is not We are animal overs here and my kids were raised to be gentle and kind to our cats As a result one of them oves to read about cats thus the reason we checked out this bookI don t Very sweet beautifully illustrated
And Gives A Good Overlook gives a good overlook France LOVE the illustrations and the ow key story. Reathtaking images Kate Banks and Georg Hallensleben take the reader on a journey across the Norman countryside past ancient ruins through bustling cities to the sparkling ports of the Mediterranean Sea and a place the cat can call home.
Kate Banks ´ 8 Read & DownloadThis is a beautiful story beautifully told and illustrated about a cat who is shipped away from home after his human companion dies The cat then walks back to the home he misses The story evokes yearninglonging for what used to be and the ending though happy for the cat and its new owners carries a tinge of sadness I admire the way the story is told in a restrained manner with strong action words and good descriptions but with ittle mention of the cat s feelings so that when they are mentioned they re powerfully felt Great story and art We ove this book in school Beautiful illustrations and it is short enough to
Be Used For Talk Forused for Talk for An orphaned cat walks from Rouen just outside of Paris to Mont Blanc via the Loire Valley and then all the way to St Tropez to find his original home in this beautifully illustrated book Greg Hallensleben s rich captivating oil colors visible brush strokes dabs of color atmospheric haze and subject matter recall such great French Impressionists and Post Impressionists as Monet Van Gough Rousseau and GauginThe unnamed cat seen walking by a Monet inspired No. An unforgettable tour of FranceThe cat and and GauginThe unnamed cat seen walking by a Monet inspired No. An unforgettable tour of FranceThe cat and old woman have ived happily together for many years in the stone house by the sea But when the old woman dies the cat is packed up with her belongings and sent north to the village where Tre Dame seems fated to Join His Gateaux Miserables He his gateaux miserables He the street begging for scraps to eat and fleeing from stray dogs But then the Gallic spirit arises and he decides to head for the home he was taken from years ago The prose respects the intelligence of the young reader and the inner voice calling him to the sea is believableHowever this is of a picture book than an adventure tale Hallensleben shows the effects of ight on scenery as the cat journeys towards the Mediterranean While Hallensleben s richly textured oils and vast horizons are impressive in their grandeur they don t distance the reader perhaps because we can
Identify With The Cat Andwith the cat and of Hallensleben s warm and varied palette We
SEE THE CAT ON A BRIDGEthe cat on a bridge thundering trains resting on the awns of a Aeon Legion large shimmering chateau seeking refuge in the snowy French Alps and sipping water near whatooks Secretul vieții și alte eseuri like a Roman bridgeThe paintings of the cat s single minded journey give the book a unity and emotional pull far beyond its relatively simple story The cat eventually finds a home and a friendly hand to pet him in a Ma. He was born Soon he is forgotten He walks the streets aimlessly until spurred by memories and aonging to return to the place he knows and Down Lambeth Way loves the cat embarks on a journey to find the home he was taken away fromInyrical prose and