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Sea of Dreams by Dennis Nolan
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Feb 12, 12

it was amazing
bookshelves: fantasy, wordless, picture-book-k-3, picture-book-older
Read in February, 2012

Beautiful.

A wordless book that kids will love. There is so much here to think about and notice. In this story a girl builds a sandcastle and then goes away for the night. The occupants come alive and flee the swelling tide as it rolls in. They are off for an adventure and end up on the nearby island. The next morning the girl comes to build another castle.

Is this a process that repeats itself daily? How would you end the story? What happens next? This one could be turned into a creative writing unit, a tale of oral story telling, and more.

RECOMMEND.

pair with these wordless books:
Tuesday by David Wiesner Flotsam by David Wiesner The Arrival by Shaun Tan The Snowman by Raymond Briggs
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