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by Salima Alikhan,Mara Rockliff


Pieces of Another World. Illustrated by Salima Alikhanb. Rockliff has written her first picture book as a story of a little girl's adventure with her father and a perfect book for early science curriculum. She offers a blend of nature, science and imagination.

Pieces of Another World. Salima Alikhan teaches art in a Montessori school. For Creative Minds section follows the story.

Pieces of Another World book. Rockliff's vivid descriptions make readers feel as though they too are watching the tiny bits of other, distant worlds blazing into our ow. he -For Creative Minds- education section includes teaching trivia about meteors, This touching story of a father and child's nighttime excursion to watch a meteor shower is told through the eyes of a child in awe of the.

Mara Rockliff (Goodreads Author), Salima Alikhan (Illustrator). ISBN: 0976494329 (ISBN13: 9780976494324). Published October 15th 2007 by Sylvan Dell Publishing. Author(s): Mara Rockliff (Goodreads Author), Salima Alikhan (Illustrator).

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Narrated by Donna German.

Narrated by Donna German. by. Rockliff, Mara; Alikhan, Salima, illustrator.

Pieces of Another World (Arbordale Collection). Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9781607181149 (978-1-60718-114-9) Softcover, Arbordale Publishing, 2010. Find signed collectible books: 'Pieces of Another World (Arbordale Collection)'. Even the design of the book defies gravity, as text and art float free on the page, encouraging readers to turn the book sideways and upside-down. Mara Rockliff (author), Salima Alikhan (illustrator). Publisher: Arbordale Publishing ISBN: 9781607180029.

Written by Mara Rockliff, Audiobook narrated by Donna German. After all, the thief left hairs behind, so the thief wasn't a bird. Follow along as he subtracts each suspect one at a time to reveal just who the culprit was. This clever story will have children of all ages giggling at the puns and the plays on words. The Giraffe Who Was Afraid of Heights.

This touching story of a father and child's nighttime excursion to watch a meteor shower is told through the eyes of a child in awe of the night world. Rockliff's vivid descriptions make readers feel as though they too are watching the tiny bits of other, distant worlds blazing into our own. The For Creative Minds section includes teaching trivia about meteors, meteor showers, comets, and asteroids as well as a Meteor Math game, a Five Steps to a Fantastic Meteor Watching Party checklist, and a recipe for comet cookies. 2006 NAIBA Picture Book of the Year nominee 2006 Texas Bluebonnet Reading Award nominee Pieces of Another World was vetted for scientific accuracy by the education department at NASA s Goddard Space Flight Facilities and has been endorsed by members of the American Meteor Association, the Miami Planetarium and the Von Braun Astronomical Society.
Arryar
My daughter has owned this book for two days and we've already read it at least a dozen times. I don't mind having to read it over and over because the words and pictures are so lovely. It perfectly captures the strangeness and excitement of a nighttime childhood adventure. My daughter is now much more interested in the solar system, and the scientific information at the back helps me answer questions.

This will be my top choice for Christmas for my young relatives.
Zainn
This book is a wonderful way to introduce the night sky to children. The initial suspense draws them in, and skilled storytelling keeps them interested the whole way through until, before they know it, they've learned something. I can tell this one will be pulled off the shelf again and again!
Fiarynara
It is the middle of the night; a little girl is snug in her bed, sleeping soundly when she hears. "Wake up, Jody-bird." It's her father telling her to get dressed; they are going on an adventure. As they drive in their old blue pickup, Jody's dad tells her they are going to see some pieces of another world. Jody knows instinctively that this is a night she will always remember. She cranks the window down and lets the breeze lift her hair, the streets are empty and the town is quiet. Making this a truly fun evening, her dad buys her an ice cream cone before continuing on their adventure.

As they drive out of town they see a deer in the road, the deserted swimming hole, a lonely red fox, and an owl high up in a tree. Jody has never seen this dark and mysterious world before. But these things are not the pieces of another world her father was talking about.

Stopping the truck, her father gets out, drops the tailgate and boosts Jody up to the truck bed where they snuggle up in soft, fuzzy blankets. Pointing skyward, Jody's dad tells her to watch. Suddenly, a streak of white cuts through the sky, followed by another and then another. Those are meteors, her dad explains, tiny pieces of some distant world. As each white streak cuts across the sky Jody whispers, "Pieces of another world."

This beautifully illustrated book is more than a story about a little girl and her dad; it is also a learning tool. Several pages in the back of the book contain a "Creative Mind" and "Meteor Math" section, answering questions a child might ask after hearing the story. This is a perfect time for the parent and child to interact. There are instructions to help you organize the perfect meteor watching party as well as a recipe for comet cookies.
Obong
What child hasn't wondered what it would be like to be out in the night world? In this book, a father and daughter take a delightful night trip through a small town, ending up in a field where they spot a meteor (also called a shooting star) and this gives Jody's father a perfect opportunity to explain about meteors.

The story is well-told and very easy for a young person to relate to. Lush, dreamy watercolor illustrations done in rich nighttime colors compliment the prose. A section in back called "Creative Minds" tells more about meteors and includes meteor math and directions for holding a "meteor watching party." Another page in back gives a recipe for comet cookies and there's also a graphic page which shows a comet's orbit.

This book is a wonderful bedtime story for parents and children to share. It also makes an excellent resource for early elementary curriculums about the night sky.
Mikale
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Rockliff, Mara. Pieces of Another World. Illustrated by Salima Alikhanb. Mt. Pleasant, SC. Sylvan Dell Publishing. 2005. Hardback. 32 pages. #15.95. Ages 5-9 ISBN 0-9764943-2-9

Many children have questions about meteors. Was that a shooting star? Author Mara Rockliff watched a meteor shower with friends one bitterly cold night. They huddled under blankets, afraid if they blinked they'd miss those tiny bits that blazed into our sky from distant worlds.
What a dynamic way to introduce the night sky. When Jody's father wakes her in the middle of the night, he tells her to put on her shoes, he has a surprise for her. She can't imagine where they are going in his old blue pickup.
The only answer she gets to her thousands of questions is, "I will show you some pieces of another world."
Jody and her father stop for ice cream, pass by a lake, see a fox, and hear an owl. Jody considers each is "a piece of another world." Her father declares these are not what he brought her out to see.
Rockliff has written her first picture book as a story of a little girl's adventure with her father and a perfect book for early science curriculum. She offers a blend of nature, science and imagination.
Salima Alikhan teaches art in a Montessori school. She has a unique way of creating the effect of snow, gravel, sand, stars by sprinkling salt on top of the watercolors while it's still wet. Pieces of Another World is also her first picture book.
For Creative Minds section follows the story. It defines key terms, shows an illustrated comet's orbit, and a comet cookie edible craft.
Sylvan Dell Publishing has discovered a perfect niche, picture books that assist parents and teachers teach awe-inspiring scientific instruction.
Thetalas
Rockliff has crafted a beautiful story of nighttime adventure, discovery, and family. The illustrations highlight the prose, adding to the delight of the story. Children will immediately be drawn in by the mystery of the surprise young Jody's father wants to share. It's a perfect bedtime readaloud story for parents to share with their children. Teachers will definitely want to add this to their shelves to supplement their space science curriculum. It's perfect for everyone!
Shaktiktilar
Beautiful book - well written and the illustrations are great as well!this is a great book to gift children for any occasion!
Pieces of Another World (Arbordale Collection) ebook
Author:
Salima Alikhan,Mara Rockliff
Category:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
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Sylvan Dell Publishing (March 10, 2010)
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32 pages
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