This was Giacomos chance to prove himself He gathered his fathers old nets and traps and set out into the fields.But Giacomos quest to impress his father and catch an evasive bird is foiled at every attempt because an old man is freeing every bird Giacomo catches Finally Giacomo spots the bird he is after, perched in the window of the artists studio In his rush to catch it, the boy frightens the bird away Then he sees something on the old mans table and has an idea A delicious pun and play on words creates a perfect ending Exploring an unknown aspect of one of historys great artists,John Winchs paintings arerichly furnished with references to da Vincis paintings and inventions, brilliantly evoking the early Renaissance setting, while his sparse text successfully conveys the increasing desperation of the struggling boy....
|Title||:||Fly, Kite, Fly!: A Story of Leonardo and a Bird Catcher|
|Publisher||:||Little Hare Books October 1, 2008|
|Number of Pages||:||40 pages|
|File Size||:||573 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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