Voices in the Park
The four seasons in a city park are represented by apes in human clothing: a rich, uptight woman in the fall; a sad, unemployed man in the winter; the woman's lonely boy in the spring; the man's joyful daughter in the summer. Each one sees the place and the others differently, yet together the voices tell a story. Full-color illustrations.
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VOICES IN THE PARKUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Browne's exceptional out-of-time story—about a visit to the neighborhood park by his familiar gorillas—is told from four perspectives. The first voice is that of a prim, supercilious mother, who has ... Read full review
6 trait MUSTUser Review - treelee0609 - Overstock.com
This book has so many applications for the classroom. Obviously I bought it for that reason however my own children have LOVED it as well! The colors of the book POP the point of views of the ... Read full review