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Scribble Stones Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-05-27 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 15 user ratings
ISBN:1732934649
LANGUAGE:English

" Rhyming storyline about scribble stones with clean lined-artDid I just use clean lines and scribble in one sentence? Yes, somehow magically this artist-author accomplished both while presenting an engaging tale of the power of perseverance. " said.

" Sweet, Fun Story!I love the use of art in her stories. Stone wanted to be picked and shared. Would be wonderful activity to have in library maker space. The kids could share their art with others when completed. " said.

" Keep searching until you find your purpose The stone realizes he isn’t serving a satisfying purpose. He keeps looking for a purpose, then sees others who needed his help. In the process of helping the others, the stone finds his purpose. Diane Alber’s books continue to impress upon readers the power they have to live with character and purpose. " said.

"Stone sits among a pile of rocks waiting to find his true purpose in life. He knows that he is destined to make someone happy. Slowly, each of the rocks in the pile disappears. Stone is left alone and depressed until one day someone picks him up and puts him on a desk. Stone becomes a paperweight. The stack of papers grows until one day some colors spill on him. Scribbles encourages the colors to paint him. Not long after other stones appear waiting for their colors. Now Scribbles travels the world bring happiness to each person who picks him up.

This is a cute tale with adorable illustrations that teaches young readers each of us can make someone happy, no matter how insignificant. The book could be used in connection with a creative art project. It is appropriate for all ages.
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" Rhyming storyline about scribble stones with clean lined-artDid I just use clean lines and scribble in one sentence? Yes, somehow magically this artist-author accomplished both while presenting an engaging tale of the power of perseverance. " said.

" Sweet, Fun Story!I love the use of art in her stories. Stone wanted to be picked and shared. Would be wonderful activity to have in library maker space. The kids could share their art with others when completed. " said.

" Keep searching until you find your purpose The stone realizes he isn’t serving a satisfying purpose. He keeps looking for a purpose, then sees others who needed his help. In the process of helping the others, the stone finds his purpose. Diane Alber’s books continue to impress upon readers the power they have to live with character and purpose. " said.

" Rhyming storyline about scribble stones with clean lined-artDid I just use clean lines and scribble in one sentence? Yes, somehow magically this artist-author accomplished both while presenting an engaging tale of the power of perseverance. " said.

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