Pebble A Story About Belonging There once was a pebble on a rocky shore It was small and round and nearly smooth Amid a seascape dotted with endless rocks one pebble yearns to be special Can you find the pebble Susan Milord s clea

  • Title: Pebble: A Story About Belonging
  • Author: Susan Milord
  • ISBN: 9780060858070
  • Page: 467
  • Format: Hardcover
  • There once was a pebble on a rocky shore It was small and round and nearly smooth.Amid a seascape dotted with endless rocks, one pebble yearns to be special.Can you find the pebble Susan Milord s clear prose and exquisite collages offer a timeless message about finding one s place in the world.

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    One thought on “Pebble: A Story About Belonging”

    1. I pulled this to use for my storytime about rocks. It was about finding where you belong, even if that isn't where you thought it might be. Hopeful book, with a great wisdom to it. Justt a great book for a storytime about rocks.

    2. This book tells the story of a pebble that feels out of place, it dreams about the bigger and better things that it could do if it weren't just a little pebble. The pebble is taunted by all of the other rocks because he will never be able to be anything important. But then, one day, a boy who was enjoying his time at the beach decided he needed a souvenir and the pebble was perfect! He found his place. I believe the illustrations are done using collage, therefore they are very simple and do not [...]

    3. Susan Milord's story, Pebble: A Story About Belonging is about a pebble and its journey to feel belonging because he does not fit in with the sand or larger stones, but enjoys the weathering of the waves and the teasing of the birds. Pebble knows it is meant for something more though. Then a boy comes along with his parents and wants to find something to remember his trip to the beach by. He comes across the Pebble and deems it perfect to be his pocket pal, and finally Pebble has a purpose.This [...]

    4. This isn't my defninition of belonging, but it did capture the attention of my child. A short read, probably good for 5 or 6 years olds (or younger).

    5. A pebble knows that is destined for a different than average existence and then becomes a beach souvenir for a boy.

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