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10 thoughts on “Hook

  1. says:

    Hook Ed Young 2009Genre fictionFormat picture bookPlot Summary A chick hatched by hens turns out to be an eaglet who must get help from a boy in learning how to fly Considerations no red flagsReview Citation School Library Journal, vol 55, issue 6, p102 Selection Source Ed Young bibliographyRecommended age 6 9


  2. says:

    Rising above our circumstance to reach our full potential despite what we see around us as the norm , this is Hook s predicament An eaglet raised by a hen, they keep telling him he is not meant for earth because he can fly But how is Hook to learn to fly when he keeps falling while trying A stunning book visually and inspirationally, asking us to look at where we might soar in our lives, where our children may have wings with which to fly Truly a masterpiece.


  3. says:

    Didn t like this one much Sparse text, but not as poetic and fancy as it thinks it is The illustrations are sometimes hard to follow Also the chicken inexplicably seems to talk Plus, if a bird can t fly yet, taking it to higher and higher places to jump off of doesn t seem like a great strategy.


  4. says:

    he artwork in this story is magnificent With simple wording, it is easy to let the illustrations tell the story Hook was meant to soar and with the help of one boy, he is able to find his place in the sky.


  5. says:

    Too conceptual for my taste, would take a lot of explanation for a young reader, and not a fan of the chalk drawings.


  6. says:

    A young boy finds an eagle egg and a chicken raises it until it is time to fly.


  7. says:

    A book about a flightless bird and never giving up I liked how the bird had encouragement even after failing A good class library book.Copyright 2009


  8. says:

    An eagle born to chickens has a native american help him to find his place in the world The story is incredibly simple, but the illustrations are wonderfully evocative I enjoyed this for its simplicity of presentation Nicely done.


  9. says:

    SummaryA little boy finds an abandoned egg and brings it to a group of hens to live with The egg hatches and a little eagle is born his mother hen tells him he is not meant for this earth With the help of the hen and the little boy and a few falls, he finally soars to the top of the sky where he belongs This book contains limited text with beautiful illustrations that tell the story ThemeThe theme of this book is to have courage and persistence As an abandoned eagle, it is very hard for the bird to learn how to fly he takes a lot of falls, but keeps trying and eventually learns how to fly over a big canyon Personal ResponseI think everyone can relate to this book There were many times in my life where I thought I could never achieve what I wanted but I had the courage to keep trying over and over again After this hard work and persistence, I was able to succeed Currently, I am persisting with finding a job after graduation I have gone on countless interviews and submitted my resume many times, without receiving any job offers However, this doesn t stop me and I know I will end up where I am meant to be Recommendation I recommend this book to a younger audience because it contains very little text the main story is told through the pictures This book is very good for children because it reminds them not to give up in the face of adversity It is rare that someone succeeds at something on the first try In order to achieve great things, you have to have the courage to try and fail This is a great message for children because they are in the process of learning and trying many things.


  10. says:

    I was really disappointed in this title First, I feel as if I ve already read the story before in Fly eagle Fly written by Christopher Gregorowski and illustrated by Niki Daly I also see what Ed Young was going for, but the lack of a lyrical text means that the pictures must take of the weight but while small parts and pieces are beautiful, the overall pictures are just not that appealing My biggest complaint is that the facing pages have the same continuous background but are usually separate pictures, presenting the main characters twice on a two page spread This ends up being confusing and disruptive to the flow of the story I also don t think that Young s birds look that great somehow the chickens end up looking awkward All that said, Hook is sort of an interesting experiment for the illustrator, trying to draw things back and illustrating with some restraint In some cases, this is carried off well such as the wordless two page spread where the boy finds the egg.