I Am Life

I Am Life Life is in all things personified as an unassuming yet enchanting creature Life visits flowers animals and humans with her gifts of energy and positivity A pink winged creature flies across each pa

  • Title: I Am Life
  • Author: Elisabeth Helland Larsen Marine Schneider
  • ISBN: 9783899557930
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Life is in all things personified as an unassuming yet enchanting creature, Life visits flowers, animals, and humans with her gifts of energy and positivity A pink winged creature flies across each page Life is present within all things The pastel colored protagonist befriends and animates every living being from bees that pollinate spring flowers to turtles that liveLife is in all things personified as an unassuming yet enchanting creature, Life visits flowers, animals, and humans with her gifts of energy and positivity A pink winged creature flies across each page Life is present within all things The pastel colored protagonist befriends and animates every living being from bees that pollinate spring flowers to turtles that live under the sea to grandparents who impart wise words Whether short or long, Life is always present A sensitive story that answers many childhood questions, I am Life is the lovingly crafted complementary volume to Life and I, a Little Gestalten favorite As Life and I addressed themes of loss, I am Life embarks on a colorful journey about Life s magic and the never ending search for the meaning of life.

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    1. Pekná, ale pre mňa banálna a zbytočná knižka. Prvý diel - Ja som Smrť - bol výborný.Prvá dvojveta:To ja som Život. Tak ako je smrť smrťou, ja som život.Posledná veta:A každý deň môžeš svetu ukázať, že si. výzva 2018:34. dočítaná kniha

    2. Poetické doplnenie knihy "Ja som Smrť" s nežnými ilustráciami a citlivo naformulovanými obrazmi a myšlienkami, ktoré ocenia malí i veľkí.

    3. I loved the text, did not love the illustrations. Is Life some sort ofoth? A ginger primate? A bird man? I have questions.

    4. Beautiful illustrations with beautiful words. It might be a little too layered for smaller kids, because although the words are rather simple, but it’s more like a poetry in a way. Smaller kids will enjoy reading it, but I am just saying that older kids (age 9 above) will find deeper understanding of the story. And the illustrations, major love. Enough said!

    5. This was interesting. I think it's a bit much for kids and the "Life" creature was kind of creepy- is it a bird of some type? Maybe it loses something in translation.

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