There's a Sea in My Bedroom




      There's a Sea in My Bedroom
David is afraid of the sea until magical things start to happen when he takes a conch shell into his bedroom. Free Read [ There's a Sea in My Bedroom ] author [ Margaret Wild ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – bluevapours.co.uk

Margaret Wild has writtenthan seventy books and has been published around the world Her numerous awards and distinctions include the Children s Book Council of Australia Picture Book of the Year Award for Jenny Angel, illustrated by Anne Spudvilas The Very Best of Friends, illustrated by Julie Vivas and Fox, illustrated by Ron Brooks In 2008 she received the Nan Chauncy Award for an outstanding contribution to children s literature in Australia A Bit of Company and Going Home, illustrated by Wayne Harris, were published in 2009 by Walker Books Australia as part of the Walker Classic series Margaret Wild was the winner of the 2011 Lady Cutler Award.Vampyre is a finalist in the 2012 Aurealis Awards in the CHILDREN S FICTION told primarily through pictures category.Australian children s book author.http en.wikipedia.org wiki Margaret

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  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • There's a Sea in My Bedroom
  • Margaret Wild
  • English
  • 15 February 2017
  • 0140540644

10 thoughts on “ There's a Sea in My Bedroom

  1. Mischenko says:

    For this review and to learnabout Margaret Wild, please visit www.readrantrockandroll.com There s a Sea in my Bedroom is a book about a boy named David who doesn t like water and is afraid of the sea, but he loves to collect shells One day he comes across a special conch shell and learns that he can hear the sea when he puts it up to his ear At home that evening there s no limit to David s imagination Follow along in the story with David and learn how he overcomes his fear of the sea.I e For this review and to learnabout Margaret Wild, please visit www.readrantrockandroll.com There s a Sea in my Bedroom is a book about a boy named David who doesn t like water and is afraid of the sea, but he loves to collect shells One day he comes across ...

  2. David Peterson says:

    Exquisite illustrations and an endearing plot.

  3. Ai (letsfistbump) says:

    My boys loved this story

  4. Cruth says:

    Which three components make a great picture book I think you needthan three A fresh idea or an original slant on an old idea , appealing characters, a good little story which moves along, a satisfying resolution, and, of course, the best words teamed up with the best pictures Because a picture book is only thirty two pages, there is no room for sub plots or too many characters I think you need one strong idea it s like the backbone of the story. From an interview with Margaret WildBo Which three components make a great picture book I think you needthan three A fresh idea or an original slant on an old idea , appealing characters, a good little story which moves along, a satisfying resolution, and, of course, the best words teamed up with the best pictures Because a picture book is only thirty two pages, there is no room for sub plots or too many characters I think you need one strong idea it s like the backbone of the story. From an interview with Margaret WildBook 5, Day 5 Mini Family Classics from News Limited.First published in 1984.Born in South Africa, Wild emigrated to Australia i...

  5. Lynley says:

    Published in 1984, I read this during my own childhood But I didn t remember it at all until I my preschooler brought it home from school.I grew up near the sea, and one of the beaches had particularly foamy surf, and I remember picking it up and being awed by it I also remember taking conch shells home and listening for the sea inside I m quite sure this book started that beach tradition.With the sound of the sea inside the shell, the little boy perhaps three imagines the sea comes out o Published in 1984, I read this during my own childhood But I didn t remember it at all until I my preschooler brought it home from school.I grew up near the sea, and one of the beaches had particularly foamy surf, and I remember picking it up and being awed by it I also remember taking conch shells home and listening for the sea inside I m quite sure this book started that beach tradition.With the sound of the sea inside the shell, the little boy perhaps three imagines the sea comes out of the shell and fills up his bedroom He has a great time playing in his room until his parents come in and wonder why he s not in bed asleep He gets into bed, and next time they go the beach he s not at all scared I can t help but feel that a little sea fea...

  6. Stef Rozitis says:

    The pictures are beautiful They are not overdone, some are very simple and some arecomplex.The story is one of a child overcoming his fear of the sea through relating to a shell he finds and his imagination the story is hazy on whether the episode is entirely imaginary or not in a Mary Poppinsesque sort of a way SO there is a triumph over fear.adversity theme and there is the idea of nature as wild and big and untameable but something we love and want to find ourselves in Empathy play The pictures are beautiful They are not overdone, some are very simple and some arecomplex.The story is one of a child overcoming his fear of the sea through relating to a shell he finds and his imagination the story is hazy on whether the episode is entirely imaginary or not in ...

  7. Tina says:

    Theme imagination overcoming fearsSummary A story about a young boy who is afraid to swim in the sea but when he finds a conch shell and hears the sea trapped inside, he takes it home and releases the sea inside his bedroom and discovers the sea isn t so bad afterall.

  8. Serge Smagarinsky says:

    It s amazing what a vivid imagination can do This story has a very clear arc, re inforced with the repetition of the phrase Not at all Not one bit at the beginning, middle and end.

  9. Angela Randall says:

    Lovely little story.

  10. Nancywang says:

    Great, fascinating, creative

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