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    IGNOU books 2019 In Hindi Online PDF Free They are poor, but the mother is determined that gifts will be given when gifts need giving She keeps her promise, and The Promise Basket, tooEvery time there is a need for gifts, the mother finds a pretty stone to tie up with paper and ribbon, The Promise PDF or and gives it to her daughter in the basket She continues the tradition over the years until her daughter has a baby of her own The love between a mother and her daughter is celebrated in this lyrical story from Bill Richardson, featuring colorful illustrations by Slavka Kolesar."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • The Promise Basket
  • Bill Richardson
  • 21 July 2018
  • 1773060899

The Promise Basket[Epub] ➟ The Promise Basket By Bill Richardson – Essayreview.co.uk A stone when it s thrown can damage, can break,but nothing can shatter the promise I makeSo begins the poem a mother writes on a scrap of paper She wraps the paper around a stone and places it in a ba A stone when it s thrown can damage, can break,but nothing can shatter the promise I makeSo begins the poem a mother writes on a scrap of paper She wraps the paper around a stone and places it in a basket to give to her daughter on her first birthday They are poor, but the mother is determined that gifts will be given when gifts need giving She keeps her promise, and The Promise Basket, tooEvery time there is a need for gifts, the mother finds a pretty stone to tie up with paper and ribbon, The Promise PDF or and gives it to her daughter in the basket She continues the tradition over the years until her daughter has a baby of her own The love between a mother and her daughter is celebrated in this lyrical story from Bill Richardson, featuring colorful illustrations by Slavka Kolesar.


About the Author: Bill Richardson

Bill Richardson was born and grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba on a quiet little street He admits to being a shy kid, a quality that has carried over into his adulthood With his two brothers and the neighborhood children, Bill would play hide and seek, red rover and tag They got into the usual sorts of mischief garden raids and snowball fightsBill has always taken comfort in reading As a child his tastes were very diverse, ranging from the adventures of the Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew, the Happy Hollisters, and the Enid Blyton books to The Promise PDF or comics featuring Archie, Richie Rich, Little Lulu, Casper, Batman and Superman The Alice in Wonderland books were favorites, and he still loves them todayBill s parents also influenced his reading habits at a young age His mother introduced him to a six volume set called Our Bookhouse, an anthology of readings from many different sources and Bill s father would share his favorite poetry with the family And Bill took to reading poetry as well A Child s Garden of Verses and the AA Milne poems He claims that he didn t start to read with anything like purpose or intensity until he reached adolescence Many of the classic children s books, such as The Wind in the Willows and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, he came to as an adultIn , Bill received his BA from the University of Winnipeg He went on to pursue a Master of Library Sciences at UBC, graduating in In , Bill was honored with an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from the University of Winnipeg For six years he worked as a children s librarianBill is well known in Canada as a CBC Radio host He s also made many freelance contributions to both network and regional shows In , Bill began hosting a summer show called Crosswords, which would continue for four years He next became the guest host of a classical music request show, and when the show moved to Vancouver in , he was chosen as the show s permanent host it became known as As You Like It, to reflect Bill s interest in the music and letters of his audience In , Bill became the host of a new program, Richardson s Roundup The Roundup is very interactive with its listening audienceBill has always dabbled at writing Even as a child he had a vivid presentiment that this is what he would do His columns have appeared in The Globe and Mail, Western Living Magazine, The Vancouver Sun, Georgia Straight, and Xtra West Magazine Bill won the Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour in In , Bill published his first novel for young adults After Hamelin tells the tale of Penelope, the only child to escape the lure of the infamous Pied Piper Now grown to the ripe age of , the feisty Penelope recounts her fantastic adventure to rescue the other children of her village from the clutches of the nasty Piper Bill s wonderful story has gone on to earnthan a dozen awards and nominationsBill makes frequent public appearances reading poetry, narrating musical works, giving keynote speeches and signing books As time slips away, Bill hopes to use as much of it as he can catch He believes that if you re going to write, you damage yourself if you don t pay attention to the ideas that come your way and try to make something of them It s a kind of responsibility, which isn t to say that you ll write well, but you still need to make the effort.


10 thoughts on “The Promise Basket

  1. says:

    I m not sure if kids are going to like this one It seemslike something aimed at parents particularly mothers The writing is lovely, the illustrations are nice, and the message is heartwarming but a part of me can t get past the idea of giving a choking hazard as a birthday present.When a poor mother needs a present for her daughter s first birthday, she finds an old basket and a shiny pink stone She writes a promise to her child, and gives it along with the basket and stone as a I m not sure if kids are going to like this one It seemslike something aimed at parents particularly mothers The writing is lovely, the illustrations are nice, and the message is heartwarming but a part of me can t get past the idea of giving a choking hazard as a birthday present.When a poor mother needs a present for her daughter s first birthday, she finds an old basket and a shiny pink stone She writes a promise to her child, and gives it along with the basket and stone as a birthday gift As the years go by,stones and promises are added, until at last the tradition comes full circle when the daughter grows up and has a child of her own.I think if this had been marketed as a picture book for adults, I would ve liked it a bitthan I did As it is, though, I don t like the fact that the book seems to be teaching that small stones are appropriate gifts for babies who tend to put everything in their mouths

  2. says:

    The Promise Basket by Bill Richardson, illustrated by Slavka Kolesar PICTURE BOOK Groundwood Books House of Anansi Press , 2019 18 9781773060897BUYING ADVISORY EL K 3 ADVISABLE AUDIENCE APPEAL AVERAGEA young mom doesn t have enough money to buy presents but she finds a promise basket and fills it with stones she carefully picked and wrote a poem to go with it about her love being an unbreakable promise She continues this tradition until her own child has a child and her child also a The Promise Basket by Bill Richardson, illustrated by Slavka Kolesar PICTURE BOOK Groundwood Books House of Anansi Press , 2019 18 9781773060897BUYING ADVISORY EL K 3 ADVISABLE AUDIENCE APPEAL AVERAGEA young mom doesn t have enough money to buy presents but she finds a promise basket and fills it with stones she carefully picked and wrote a poem to go with it about her love being an unbreakable promise She continues this tradition until her own child has a child and her child also assumes the tradition This is a beautiful reminder about what is important in life The pace is a little slow and the illustrations will appeal to adultsthan children This would be a good book to read around Christmas as a reminder of how presents can often take over gratitude and compassion Jen Wecker, HS English Teacherhttps kissthebookjr.blogspot.com 20

  3. says:

    This is reminiscent of Love You Forever by Robert Munch It s tells of a poor mother and her love for her baby She can t afford to purchase gifts for significant occasions Instead she searches for a special rock that is wrapped in paper with a poem in it It s a tradition that continues across her daughter s growing years and eventually into the next generation Slavka Kolesar s illustrations are gorgeous This book pulls at my heartstrings, but I ll have to test it out with real kids to see This is reminiscent of Love You Forever by Robert Munch It s tells of a poor mother and her love for her baby She can t afford to purchase gifts for significant occasions Instead she searches for a special rock that is wrapped in paper with a poem in it It s a tradition that continues across her daughter s growing years and eventually into the next generation Slavka Kolesar s illustrations are gorgeous This book pulls at my heartstrings, but I ll have to test it out with real kids to see how they like it

  4. says:

    A real mousehole, you would have said, and, in fact, there was a mouse who lived there, too.

  5. says:

    A story about what endures that s charming, in a calm and quiet way It s a book that offers gentle reassurance in troubled times.

  6. says:

    Feels like an updated, less creepy version of Love You Forever.

  7. says:

    This is a beautiful story about a mother raising her daughter and giving her the gift of love as represented by rocks and poems A lovely book that could inspire a lovely family tradition.

  8. says:

    Charming

  9. says:

    Beautifully written This would make a very special gift for new parents.

  10. says:

    A beautifully written and illustrated story likely to appealto adults than children.

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