Theres a Sea in My Bedroom



Theres 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. Read Theres a Sea in My Bedroom – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • Theres a Sea in My Bedroom
  • Margaret Wild
  • English
  • 08 July 2017
  • 0140540644

10 thoughts on “Theres 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 a special conch shell and learns that he can hear the sea ...

  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 p...

  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 bein...

  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.a...

  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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