He Saves the Day #2020

He Saves the Day By Marsha Hayles He Saves the Day In plane or race car on the high seas in a jungle or before a castle a brave and daring champion saves the day but sometimes he needs help
  • Title: He Saves the Day
  • Author: Marsha Hayles
  • ISBN: 9780399233630
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Hardcover
  • He Saves the Day By Marsha Hayles In plane or race car, on the high seas, in a jungle or before a castle, a brave and daring champion saves the day, but sometimes he needs help.
    He Saves the Day By Marsha Hayles
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      Published :2020-04-01T18:31:16+00:00

    About "Marsha Hayles"

    1. Marsha Hayles

      Marsha Hayles is the author of many picture books and now a novel for young people Her picture books frequently make use of rhyme and playful language, and range in topic from celebrating a day at the beach to suffering sore feet Her novel Breathing Room is about girls suffering from tuberculosis at a sanatorium in 1940 and reflects her life long interest in medicine, inspired, in part, by her childhood in Rochester, Minnesota, home to the world famous Mayo Clinic Now she lives with her husband in the other Rochester the one in New York A former English teacher with a Master s Degree in English from Washington University, Marsha enjoys visiting schools to share her enthusiasm for reading and writing with children or to run writing and poetry workshops.

    335 thoughts on “He Saves the Day”

    1. A little boy saves the day from pirates, and plane crashes, and When he falls while hopping over a lawn chair er, I mean fighting a dragon, of course his mom rushes in and she saves the day Paint and ink illustrations burst of the page with bright colors and action filled scenes Nice transitions between the real world and the world of pretend being placed side by side Short text on each page means this would be a fun story time book probably for preschool age

    2. I thought the idea behind this book was excellent, if not terribly original, and for the most part the text was fun to read Unfortunately, there were a few places where the text stumbled, and the illustrations, while energetic, were not really anything special.

    3. I didn t hate the illustrations, although it always bugs me when cartoon people have two black dots for eyes Are eyeballs really that hard to draw Are we so averse to characters having some personality The story was simple andwell, let s just say I didn t hate it.

    4. Wonderful rhymes that flow well about a boy who is imagining himself in difficult situations but saves the day most of the time.

    5. Would be great for a transportation storytime all sorts of situations in which a little boy can save the day and some in which he needs just a little bit of help

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