Flying!

Flying!

Kevin Luthardt / Aug 25, 2019

Flying Papa why cant I fly a boy asks his father His fathers simple answer leads to another question and then another until the father playfully demonstrates to his son all the things the child can do In

  • Title: Flying!
  • Author: Kevin Luthardt
  • ISBN: 9781561454303
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Papa, why cant I fly a boy asks his father His fathers simple answer leads to another question, and then another, until the father playfully demonstrates to his son all the things the child can do In the end the boy discovers that with a little imagination and some help from his dad he can flyeven without wings Author illustrator Kevin Luthardts highly expressive, comiPapa, why cant I fly a boy asks his father His fathers simple answer leads to another question, and then another, until the father playfully demonstrates to his son all the things the child can do In the end the boy discovers that with a little imagination and some help from his dad he can flyeven without wings Author illustrator Kevin Luthardts highly expressive, comical full color illustrations and simply worded text captures the special bond of love between father and son Readers will enjoy the playful fun and easy going relationship depicted in this delightful story.

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    458 Comments

    1. Flying! by Kevin Luthardt features a boy whose father answers his questions and encourages his imagination.Luthardt's colorful, comic-like illustrations will attract children. My favorite images are those showing the boy imagining himself flying with colorful birds, and the father's expressions. This is a nice story about the father-son bond. The illustrations are a definite highlight in this simple story using a large font. The large font and repetition make this a good choice for beginning rea [...]



    2. A little boy is reading a book about birds. He asks his dad why he can't fly and his father tells him it's because he has arms instead of wings. His father then shows him all the special things he can do with his arms such as grabbing, tossing, swinging, and flying. By holding his son over his head and running around, he can make him feel like he's flying. The text is very simple and the illustrations are vibrant. Several of the pages don't have text and show the boy imagining that he is flying [...]


    3. I love this book! I love that it has very few words and bright vivid illustrations. I love that the child is asking "Why?" because kids are always asking why - I know I was one of them. I love that the father is trying to answer his sons question. I love that both the father and son are both a beautiful brown color


    4. Mary (6): It was really funny at the end. "Dad, why can't I breathe underwater?Sam (8): I liked the end, and when his dad picked him up and said, "And flying!" And he said "It looks like I really can fly."Dad (older): I thought it was okay, I guess, but the kids liked it a lot.


    5. Age: Toddler - PreschoolExperience the power of imagination and a father's ability to shape that imagination simply by engaging with his child and answering his observational questions. Small amount of text encourages active reading.


    6. Cute but relatively nondescript picture book about a little boy who wonder why he can't fly. The illustrations (especially the birds) are really the only thing worth getting excited about here - great use of color.


    7. A young boy wants to know why he cannot fly. His father explains why he cannot fly, but also how it is possible to fly! A great bonding story for a father and son.Theme: FlyingReviewed from a library copy.


    8. A boy wants to know why he can't fly lie the birds. The dad begins to tell him logically why he cannot, but then he helps his son to see that with imagination, he can do anything. This book is suitable for children ages 4-7.


    9. A boy wants to fly & his dad explains how useful arms really are. Pretty fun, it ends with the son being "flown" through the air by his dad.



    10. Very simple but wonderful for the imagination. This would be fun to do with a child making them fly and jump. Great illustrations again simple but they add to the story. Ages 1+











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