Yoko's Paper Cranes

Yoko's Paper Cranes

Book - 2001
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Wells celebrates the love between grandchildren and grandparents in this sequel to the bestselling "Yoko". She has developed a new collage technique in which she combines the richness of origami and washi papers, goldleaf, and paint to create an unforgettable portrait of three generations.
Publisher: Hyperion Books For Children, c2001.
ISBN: 9780786807376
Call Number: WELLS
Picture Book Fiction
Characteristics: p.
Subjects: Cats -- Juvenile fiction.


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Aug 14, 2017

A sweet story we read while learning to make paper cranes featuring real cranes in Japan. Their migration journeys leaves Yoko sad so her grandmother teaches her how to make her paper cranes. Yoko, too, must leave and go far away. She ends paper cranes to grandmother until she can return as do the real cranes.

Simple and heartfelt, Rosemary Wells never disappoints.
A beautiful book visually to get a glimpse of this amazing Japanese craft.


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