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READ PDF Ó The Plan ⚻ As a father and daughter cope with a loss, they rediscover an important piece of family history and begin building a new life Alison Paul and Barbara Lehman s innovative picture book collaboration proves the only difference between reality and a dreamis a plan This was a terrific book the words are very simple, and easy for very beginning readers to sound out Pint might be the only tricky one, depending on their familiarity with long short vowels But the illustrations the actual story is all in the pictures And what a great opportunity for a Small Person with a vivid imagination to be able to see what s really going on, and explain it in their own words In that aspect, it s practically a wordless book, since you don t need the words to c This was a terrific book the words are very simple, and easy for very beginning readers to sound out Pint might be the only tricky one, depending on their familiarity with long short vowels But the illustrations the actual story is all in the pictures And what a great opportunity for a Small Person with a vivid imagination to be able to see what s really going on, and explain it in their own words In that aspect, it s practically a wordless book, since you don t need the words to complete the story.But the words are there, and the way Paul changes just one letter at a time makes it a fun challenge for the reader to see what s different and how adding or subtracting or altering just one letter can change the entire meaning Soar up, up and away with The Plan The Plan has 20 words Twenty P words One, two, maybe three words to a page Pictures and imagination fill in the blanks between the words creating a story on the page and in your heart A girl, her dog, and her Pa set out to turn a plan into reality with dreams and healing hitching a ride.This story is not one to plow through I had to remind myself to slow down and take a closer look and really absorb the words and pictures As the story plays out on the p Soar up, up and away with The Plan The Plan has 20 words Twenty P words One, two, maybe three words to a page Pictures and imagination fill in the blanks between the words creating a story on the page and in your heart A girl, her dog, and her Pa set out to turn a plan into reality with dreams and healing hitching a ride.This story is not one to plow through I had to remind myself to slow down and take a closer look and really absorb the words and pictures As the story plays out on the page, the deeper and deeper the emotions and plan seems to get Reader participation and perception are a must with The Plan See how many extra P words you can find in the pictures as you go along Imagine and observe A fun, creative way to tell a tale I like that the words change by each letter on each page, so it s fun to help a kid read I also like the story that s told in the illustration. Told in words that shift by one letter from page to page, this picture book is a lesson in imagination from its structure to its subject matter A little girl makes a plan to take a plane up into space to Saturn She lives on a farm with her dog who accompanies her everywhere As they work on the farm, she discovers a key that unlocks her father s photo album There she discovers that he and her mother were pilots on The Mighty Comet So the girl shares her plan with her father They all work to Told in words that shift by one letter from page to page, this picture book is a lesson in imagination from its structure to its subject matter A little girl makes a plan to take a plane up into space to Saturn She lives on a farm with her dog who accompanies her everywhere As they work on the farm, she discovers a key that unlocks her father s photo album There she discovers that he and her mother were pilots on The Mighty Comet So the girl shares her plan with her father They all work together to restore the airplane, allowing themselves time to grieve for the loss of her mother, and then all take off into the air together.Paul demonstrates incredible restraint and control in the text of this book Changing just one letter from page to page could result in a book that is stagnant, but instead this book explores and the story develops in a natural way The simple text allows readers to fill in the story, to discover the key and what it unlocks, and to participate in the shared adventure The component of the mother s death is deftly handled, subtle and quiet.With such simple text, the illustrations by Lehman really tell the full story Done in watercolor, gouache and ink, they too share the quiet wonder of the text They are done in deep colors that shimmer on the page, inviting the reader to look closely and explore.A brilliant picture book filled with word play that is easy to read and a story with beauty and depth Appropriate for ages 3 5