The music the squirrel plays changes the dynamics of the forest. Soon the lion is no longer chasing the rabbit but asking it to stop and listen to the music with him; the fox becomes friends with the chicken and all other animals gather together to listen to the music, putting their differences aside....
|Title||:||The Pear Violin|
|Number of Pages||:||32 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The Pear Violin Reviews
Beautiful story of how music brings peace. A squirrel eats half a pear and makes a violin from the other half. The music makes the fox stop chasing the chicken and the lion stop chasing the rabbit. When a seed falls from the pear, a pear tree sprouts, blossoms, and bears fruit -- so that the animals can make their own violins, violas, and cellos.Illustrated by Gumi (also from China).Starfish Bay PUblishing, 2016.No translator listed.
FTR! A yummy, sweet and idealistic tale of how music can bring the creatures of the forest together.The illustrations are very good, with the facial expressions showing how each of the animals is feeling.Wish there was some instrumental music accompanying link, portraying the pear violin music, it would have added a great connection to those with little music appreciation.Almost makes one hopeful for the human race....
To be honest, I picked this up because it had a squirrel on the cover. The story was cute, but not the greatest.
A cute book about a squirrel who makes a violin out of a pear. He's music is so calming to the other animals in the forest that everyone want one. Length makes it preschool or one on one.