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10 thoughts on “Lucia and the Light

  1. says:

    Cute story about a little girl living with her family in and isolated cabin a mountainous and wintery land One day the sun stops coming up so Lucia and her cat set out to find and restore it

  2. says:

    Nice pictures and a decent idea but the story is lacking Where is Lucia's father anyway? No mention of him And

  3. says:

    This is a beautiful mystical book about a girl who goes looking for the sun After the winter and the endless cold sunless days become too much for her her mother her brother their cat and their cow Lucia takes matters into her own hands setting out on her skis with her snow white cat to find out what happened

  4. says:

    Beautiful illustrations complement a well told story Lucia is part of a warm and loving family But when the sun vanishes things become very difficult for her family So Lucia sets off accompanied by the milk white cat to find and rescue the s

  5. says:

    Lots of adventure and beautiful imagery Reminds me a bit of fairy tales; it is inspired by Nordic lore Big bonus for Harry Potter fans the illustrator is Mary GrandPre illustrator of the US editions of the HP books Some similarities here which is fun but also definitely suits this tale

  6. says:

    Lucia lives in a cozy cabin with her mother baby brother a cow and a milk white cat They are way up North surrounded by mountains so they are used to harsh wintersbut this winter is especially cold because the sun is gone Lucia and her milk white cat set out into the blustery cold determined to find the sun and bring warmth back to

  7. says:

    2nd read 2nd attempt to appreciate But I don't feel as if there's uite enough here Enough of what I'm not sure but I wound up being most moved by the fate of the trolls Poor things

  8. says:

    Lucia lived together with her mother her baby brother the family's velvet brown cow and their milk white pet cat in a small mountain cabin far to the north Although it was a humble and solitary life they were happy until the winter's day on which the sun disappeared leaving the world in icy darkness When the sun does not return and their food runs low Lucia sets out despite the misgivings of her mother to retrieve the celestial

  9. says:

    Inspired by a Norse folk tale this is the compelling story of a little girl who bravely journeys up the mountain to rescue the sun in order to bring light and warmth back to the landMy girls loved this story so much so that they asked if we can check it out of the library again It's due back today and we're on our second renewal so we can't keep it longer Even my three year old Susanna sat completely enthrall

  10. says:

    Dark illustrations and talk of trolls and a sense of scarcity made the danger in this story earnestly threatening to my little one The uick burst of light at the end didn't balance out the long dark part He should have been freaked but he said only it was a right story Hard to tell what he meant by that Maybe it was an emotionall

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Lucia and the Light

Luminously illustrated by Mary GrandPre a timeless adventure from master storyteller Phyllis Root about the loss of the sun and one girl's brave uest to find itIn a cozy cabin high in the mountains of the Far North Lucia and her family live a snug and contented l. Nice pictures and a decent idea but the story is lacking Where is Lucia s father anyway No mention of him And no mention of her mother s father either Only two people are given names in the story Lucia and old Bjorn who froze to death last winter Why does he need a name Not even her brother gets a name The only two things Lucia takes with her are used poorly the bread and the tinderbox Very unsatisfying This book reads like a first draft It could have used a ualified editor who would challenge the author on these things and who would draw out a really good tale

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To keep her company In dramatic pastels Mary GrandPre illuminates troll pocked frozen mountains and wraps Lucia's family in a blanket of warmth Inspired by Nordic lore Phyllis Root spins a golden yarn of courage love and the age old longing for the return of ligh. 2nd read 2nd attempt to appreciate But I don t feel as if there s uite enough here Enough of what I m not sure but I wound up being most moved by the fate of the trolls Poor things

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Ife But one day the wind screams fiercely and the sun does not rise over the mountain Someone has stolen the sun Perhaps it has lost its way says Lucia who despite her mother's pleas sets out to find it with only a bit of bread a tinderbox and her milk white cat. Beautiful illustrations complement a well told story Lucia is part of a warm and loving family But when the sun vanishes things become very difficult for her family So Lucia sets off accompanied by the milk white cat to find and rescue the sun Lucia is brave and uses her ingenuity to solve the problemalong with a little help from the cat I love that the cat helps her showing but never explicitly stating that sometimes we need help from a friend or family member to solve our problems We should do all that we can and then get the help we need Love this book

  • Hardcover
  • 40
  • Lucia and the Light
  • Phyllis Root
  • English
  • 14 April 2019
  • 9780763622961

About the Author: Phyllis Root

Picture books are performances says Phyllis Root uoting some sage advice she once received They're performances that involve a child something both of you do And once I started thinking of them that way I started getting much looser about making up words and playing around with rhythm Phyllis Root picked up an early affinity for collouial language while growing up in Indiana and south