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One Leaf Rides the Wind

by Celeste Mannis

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  • 24 Currently reading

Published by Puffin .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsSusan Kathleen Hartung (Illustrator)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7360638M
ISBN 100142401951
ISBN 109780142401958
OCLC/WorldCa61519230

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Using One Leaf Rides the Wind by Celeste Davidson Mannis as an introductory text, students learn to identify elements of haiku poetry. Students go on a class hike to observe nature in their own neighborhood and collect "picturesque" words in their writer's notebooks. Apr 13,  · One Leaf Rides the Wind Filled with lush illustrations, this counting book reveals both the pleasure and the tranquility of the Japanese garden, while introducing haiku poetry, with eleven poems that are simple and easy to follow/5.


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One Leaf Rides the Wind by Celeste Davidson Mannis is three books in one: a counting book, a haiku book (it’s Dewey call number is – poetry), and a /5.

A young girl makes her way slowly through a Japanese garden where she spots one leaf, two carved temple dogs, three miniature bonsai, and four startled birds. This counting book introduces the youngest readers to the beauty and hidden secrets of a Japanese garden. It also introduces haiku, with ten poems that are simple and straightforward.

The rhythmic haiku appear in a context that will make 4/5(3). Mar 28,  · One Leaf Rides the Wind is a book for all seasons and all ages. Simply elegant, simply wonderful - it appeals to my little ones and me as well. On its most basic level, it's a counting book, but it works on many levels.5/5.

ONE LEAF RIDES THE WIND: Counting in a Japanese Garden Celeste Davidson Mannis, Author, Susan Kathleen Hartung, Illustrator, Celeste Mannis, Illustrator, illus. by Susan Kathleen Hartung. Viking. Brought to you by Penguin Young Readers Group. The Penguin Group is the second-largest English-language trade book publisher in the world.

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By Susan Kathleen Hartung, Celeste Davidson Mannis. Grades. PreK-K, K. Genre. Non-Fiction. This beautiful counting book written in haiku introduces readers to the secrets of a Japanese garden.

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A Japanese garden is the exotic setting for this Parents' Choice Award-winning counting book that introduces young readers to gardens and haikus through ten simple, straightforward poems.

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One Leaf Rides The Wind. ISBN ISBN Author: Mannis, from one leaf to ten stone lanterns. Includes notes about Japanese.

Introduce the book One Leaf Rides the Wind by asking students if they know what haiku is. If necessary, supplement students' responses to include the following information: Haiku is a short poetry form that was developed in Japan.

Haiku poems can tell a story or create a picture in your mind. Apr 17,  · Mrs. Gonzalez reads One Leaf Rides the Wind by Celeste Mannis and Susan Kathleen Hartung One Leaf Rides the Wind read by Mrs. Gonzalez Hudson Montessori School.

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Paper One Leaf Rides the Wind. Celeste Mannis. Illustrated by. Susan Kathleen Hartung. This richly illustrated collection of haiku poems is a counting book as well as an introduction to Japanese gardens and to a poetic form.

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One leaf rides the wind: counting in a Japanese garden. [Celeste Davidson Mannis; Susan Kathleen Hartung] -- In this collection of haiku poems, a young girl walks through a Japanese garden and discovers many delights, from one leaf to ten stone lanterns.

Includes notes about Japanese religion and philosophy.In One Leaf Rides the Wind Mannis describes the experiences of a young Japanese girl as she walks in a garden.

From a single leaf, her attention moves to two stone temple dogs, and then to three bonsai trees, and so on. In line with the book's Japanese focus, ten haiku poems serve as a .May 13,  · One Leaf Rides the Wind - Duration: Miss Woodward Reads views.

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