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Hawk, I'm Your Brother Paperback – November 30, 1986
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The Caldecott-winning drawings are simple line drawings that evoke the idea of flight (or being grounded on occassion). The text accents the drawings--
eye up to
the top of
It becomes a single free-verse poem of flight. The combination of the story, the exact words chosen, and the pictures have let to many discussions with my son already and he has only had this book for a couple of weeks. Highly recommended!
I won't give away the ending. You'll just have to read it with your children and share with them what this remarkable story has to offer.
Byrd Baylor's books are not just for children. Grownups enjoy them too. They are simple stories about desert life that offer great insight about living and what is truly important way beyond material possessions. This book is about sky and wind and freedom and the beauty that is unique to the desert.
I loved it!
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We love this book! So beautiful. Can't really go wrong with any Byrd Baylor book.Published 13 months ago by Lexie
I have a huge problem with this book. It's so intensely beautiful and powerful that I get completely choked up when I try to read it to my kids. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Doug Heifetz
Byrd Baylor writes with a natural insight. Parnell's artwork blending animals into surroundings illustrates their intertwined relationships beautifully.Published 20 months ago by CaroB
A great story of how children believe in something that is so real and play it out. And yet are understood by adults. Read morePublished on January 26, 2013 by Nancy Doyle