Some Days Are Lonely by Young-Ah Kim

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Loneliness is a common emotion in both children and adults. Some Days Are Lonely is a poetic and sophisticated story that addresses a child s occasional feelings of loneliness with beautiful illustrations and an evocative narrative. As the main character progresses through the story, he experiences loneliness like stormy weather. By the end of the story, the storm has cleared and a rainbow comes out, signifying the transience of uncomfortable or unwelcome emotions. Creative activities for kids and a "Note to Parents" are included.
 

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Published April 15, 2013 by Magination Press. 32 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Children's Books, Parenting & Relationships, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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A small orange bear in yellow rain boots is alone in a dark world of towering trees and storm clouds. Kim uses tangible metaphors to describe sensations of overwhelming loneliness (“Slop, plop. Slop,

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K-Gr 2—A small bear wanders through a dreary landscape, describing feelings of extreme loneliness. After extensive contemplation, the cub meets a frog with a rainbow umbrella and remembers that "dark clouds can lift from the skies and can lift from my heart, too." Originally published in Korean, ...

Jul 01 2013 | Read Full Review of Some Days Are Lonely

K-Gr 2—A small bear wanders through a dreary landscape, describing feelings of extreme loneliness. After extensive contemplation, the cub meets a frog with a rainbow umbrella and remembers that "dark clouds can lift from the skies and can lift from my heart, too." Originally published in Korean, ...

Jul 01 2013 | Read Full Review of Some Days Are Lonely

K-Gr 2—A small bear wanders through a dreary landscape, describing feelings of extreme loneliness. After extensive contemplation, the cub meets a frog with a rainbow umbrella and remembers that "dark clouds can lift from the skies and can lift from my heart, too." Originally published in Korean, ...

Jul 01 2013 | Read Full Review of Some Days Are Lonely

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