The Pumpkin Blanket

The Pumpkin Blanket Sparkling with rich autumn watercolors and magical detail this book introduces little Clee and her blanket a true and trusted friend But when her father s shivering pumpkin patch needs help to survi

  • Title: The Pumpkin Blanket
  • Author: Deborah Turney Zagwyn
  • ISBN: 9781883672591
  • Page: 499
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sparkling with rich autumn watercolors and magical detail, this book introduces little Clee and her blanket, a true and trusted friend But when her father s shivering pumpkin patch needs help to survive the frost, Clee understands that it needs her blanket than she does.

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      Published :2019-05-11T16:49:19+00:00


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    • Although I have been both able and willing to appreciate, and have at least on a certain level also somewhat enjoyed both the narrative and accompanying illustrations of Deborah Turney Zagwyn's The Pumpkin Blanket, the combination of text and image actually is at best just barely adequate for and to me, mostly due to the fact that there are certain annoyingly strange and frustrating parts of the text, of the featured narrative in particular that really do indeed massively rub me the wrong prover [...]


    • This is the story of a little girl who gives up her most loved possession, her blanket, that she has had since she was first born. I was a bit saddened by this book. It seemed odd to me that the blanket is what saves the pumpkins but they were not to eat but for decorations.Also, was the story meant to be a sharing story? A growing up story? I was a bit confused on what the aim of the book was for. I am sure children would think it was a story of sharing but then again, I do not know.The book en [...]


    • The illustrations in this book and the words are beautiful and soft, just like the satiny edges of the pumpkin quilt. The love the family has for one another is also written in such a way that it comes across clearly and tangibly throughout. While I understand that the purpose is for Clee to come to terms with growing older and to go to school without her blanket, the reason given for cutting the blanket up, i.e to cover pumpkins in the pumpkin patch to protect them from frost, seemed like a str [...]



    • It is a cute story to share with students in the autumn and around Halloween. It has several teachable ideas including giving up something you love, which could be easily turned into lessons. Overall, it's good, but the illustrations are the highlight.



    • Genre: FictionThis book is great for Kindergarten and up! One unique feature of this book is the colorful and beautiful illustrations!


    • A magical treasure about sacrificing. In this case, that special blanket above all others. My 4-year-old and I cried on the same page. . . the one where she is weighing the cost of her decision. A bit heart-breaking, but beautiful, too.




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