[Robert McCloskey] » Burt Dow, Deep-Water Man [programming PDF] Read Online Ê Somehow, I never realized Robert McCloskey had a book I hadn t read How fun I missed his beautiful line drawings, but this story needed to be told in paint since that s integral to the plot.
A lesser known McCloskey but deserves to have fame Old salt Burt Dow has an old boat that he takes out fishing, and one day, because of good weather, he takes it farther out than usual He has an extraordinary adventure This is a perfect read aloud for 5 and up, especially for kids in that band aid, boo boo fascination stage Plus it has whales.
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4 art4 storyUp in the attic there is a box of books To Be read When the Time Is Ripe This book sat in that box for many years, biding its time A few months ago I pulled it out and thought, Finally This is the thing about being a parent, I now get to re read and re live and re enjoy all the best books of my childhood and the ones I missed with my son And he was riveted by this one Absolute silence and attention the whole time we read Wonderful Some of the happiest times of my life, these moments with Squirt I remember this with my own parents, and it seems right to continue the pattern Will Squirt read Burt Dow, Deep Water Man to his child one day Please God, may it be so.
Burt Dow takes out his trusty ol Tidely Idley like usual to fish, but ends up having a whale of an adventure.
I didn t remember many details about this book from my childhood As an adult, I love the voice that McCloskey gave Burt The repeated sound words and colorful Burtisms really set the tone for this tall tale sea adventure And kids will totally understand why whales would kick up a ruckus for fancy bandaids A delightful tale great for introducing colloquialisms and tall tales.
Fanciful, yet down to earth Burt Dow is just the sort of old deep water man you d like to have around He knows a thing or two that a younger man wouldn t, that s for sure Now back to sticking band aids on whale tales.
I didn t enjoy this story as much as everyone else on goodreads did I don t like fishing or seeing hooks stuck into living things I did like the illustrations and the idea that Burt escapes the storm by getting swallowed by a whale could make an interesting story but I did feel sorry for the whale with what I expect is meant to be a humorous moment when Burt uses cans of paint to splat the whale s insides with in a Jackson Pollock effect to make the whale ill so he could escape This book certainly doesn t promote caring about our ocean life and doesn t show respect for living things.
The story was quite long but the language seemed to be aimed at a younger reader, lots of repetitive words for noises I like the style of the illustrations and the idea of a story about a whale but I didn t enjoy this one much.
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I also liked the complete blackness of the pages just after he convinced the whale to swallow him.