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Samuel 4 was dying to hear this story because the car and road on the cover caught his attention The art is wonderful sort of a cross between folk art and heiroglyphics how do I explain why I think that oh, the jacket cover calls it the style of 19th century American primitive artists with a modern graphic twist I ll keep an eye out for Burckhardt s art.Rosen s details throughout the narrative are brilliant, like the piccalilli whatever that is in the country store and hunting Samuel 4 was dying to hear this story because the car and road on the cover caught his attention The art is wonderful sort of a cross between folk art and heiroglyphics how do I explain why I think that oh, the jacket cover calls it the style of 19th century American primitive artists with a modern graphic twist I ll keep an eye out for Burckhardt s art.Rosen s details throughout the narrative are brilliant, like the piccalilli whatever that is in the country store and hunting for buckeyes and Osage oranges One detail, though, killed the magic for me the mother feeding Sweet n Low to a horse Uhg.I plan to look up some other books by this author, and when I read the dust jacket, I realized that we had read his Elijah s Angel, a moving story which won the National Jewish Book Award (((Download Ebook))) ⇻ A Drive in the Country ↡ Climb in for the perfect road trip Farm visits and foraging in the fields, car games and silly songs what better way for a family to spend the day The car has been stocked with drinks and snacks, maps and joke books, treats for horses and ducks and now it s time for three kids, two parents, and one excited dog to set off on that most favorite day trip, a drive in the country The destination Oh, here, there, and home again, with a fresh appreciation of family togetherness Michael J Rosen s lyrical, nostalgic text and Marc Burckhardt s whimsical illustrations are sure to encourage armchair travelers to come along for the ride I thought this book was very aesthetic The illustrations were bright and depicted the story in words on the same page A Drive in the Country illustrates the story of a boy who goes on a road trip with his family just for the day to enjoy each other s company I think this is an appropriate book for second grade because the students would be able to understand some of the main ideas but perhaps need assistance with a few of the individual words such as destination or coasting After telling I thought this book was very aesthetic The illustrations were bright and depicted the story in words on the same page A Drive in the Country illustrates the story of a boy who goes on a road trip with his family just for the day to enjoy each other s company I think this is an appropriate book for second grade because the students would be able to understand some of the main ideas but perhaps need assistance with a few of the individual words such as destination or coasting After telling this story we could discuss traveling and the importance of spending time with your family I m not sure it will be a crowd pleaser with kids, but I really like the story A family piles into a car and takes a road trip to nowhere for the day They stop and observe things, get special treats, and just enjoy each other s company W was very attentive while I read it, but his Dad and I probably enjoyed it. This book can be used for demonstrates how to make a list sequence of items in sentences Great illustrations that link to text Use of semi colon Creative ways to craft the structure of the text winding road Liked the concept and the story, but not the primitive illustrations all side perspective with no detail. This is a sweet family story My favorite line is on the last page The only place they wanted to go was Together It s a wonderful story of family togetherness. captures the feeling of a road trip with family for older kids who can relate to the experience not good readaloud for little kids too many words. Way too wordy for my 3 year old, but probably great for a kindergartner. I like the idea of the book, but it missed the mark The illustrations are nice but the story is a little awkward to readit sort of rambles on and on like an excited, motor mouth child would.