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Runaway Smile I woke up this morning and I had lost my smile and it wasn t my fault and I looked everywhere and it was gone Then I met a workman and a king and the best salesman in the world and a clown and no one wanted to give me theirs At school, I asked Miss to give me hers, but she gave us a pop quiz instead, and then no one was smiling and A little boy wakes up in the morning and realizes he has lost his smile After spending the entire day trying to find it, he learns the truth behind smiles the only real smiles are the shared ones. Best Download Runaway Smile [ by ] Nicholas C. Rossis [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – quickpaydayloansonlineuk.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 68 pages
  • Runaway Smile
  • Nicholas C. Rossis
  • English
  • 24 October 2018
  • 1505343100

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  1. Nicholas Rossis has written a delightful tale that is sure to put a non stop smile on the faces of readers and listeners of all ages I read a free copy of RUNAWAY SMILE and will be gifting a copy to my grandson, who is seven Kids will not only giggle and want read , they ll learn to appreciate the value of a smile that comes from the heart Well written i...

  2. I don t usually read children s books When Nicholas Rossis, author of the Pearseus epic fantasy series, released Runaway Smile I was curious about his choice of genre so I took a gander I found myself drawn in by the dog that wore slippers and a robe, the closet monster, and the boy s tender, if frustrating, search for his smile The sepia illustrations by Dimitris Fousekis added a touch of whimsy to the imaginative tale which ended on an uplifting note I es...

  3. This is an adorable little book with a valuable lesson for children It is a perfect book for middle grade students to read themselves It has clever illustrations and a rhymic rhyme at the end It is a fun book for kids with its comical prose The author has a wonderful sense of humor and fun.Will the protagonist find his smile What lesson will he learn about keeping his smile These and other questions will surface and make children think hard about something as simple as a smile and the true This is an adorable little book with a valuable lesson for children It is a perfect book for middle grade students to read themselves It has clever illustrations and a rhymic rhyme at the end It is a fun book for kids with its comical prose The author has a wonderful sense of humor and fun.Will the protagonist find his smile What lesson will he learn about keeping his smile These and other questions will surface and make children think hard about something as simple as a...

  4. Entertaining story, intriguing illustrations, but for what ages REVIEW Nicholas Rossis is an excellent writer with a magical use of language, scene setting and tone I have read other stories by him and admired his writing I enjoyed the book, but I m confounded by trying to figure out who else would besides adults, that is As a long time educator, parent and educator of educators for young children, I must admit to being very confused by what Rossis believes are the ages of children who wo Entertaining story, intriguing illustrations, but for what ages REVIEW Nicholas Rossis is an excellent writer with a magical use of language, scene setting and tone I have read other stories by him and admired his writing I enjoyed the book, but I m confounded by trying to figure out who else would besides adults, that is As a long time educator, parent and educat...

  5. I picked this title up as I m a fan of Nicholas Rossis epic fantasy series Pearseus and I was curious to see how a fantasy writer tackles the challenge of writing for kids Smoothly, apparently This isn t a happy go lucky fairytale The boy of this story is on a quest Unlike Alice, this little guy is used to the bizarre world he lives in, and takes milk surfing ants and complacent monsters in the closet at a stride What he can t deal with, though, is the loss of his smile On his way to sc I picked this title up as I m a fan of Nicholas Rossis epic fantasy series Pearseus and I was curious to see how a fantasy writer tackles the challenge of writing for kids Smoothly, apparently This isn t a happy go lucky fairytale The boy of this story is on a quest Unlike Alice, this little guy is used to the bizarre world he lives in, and takes milk surfing ants and complacent monsters in the closet at a stride What he can t deal with, though, is the loss of his smile On his way to school, he comes across colorful characters with huge smiles plastered on their faces, but although they vy for the little one s attention, they can t seem to listen to him They re grown ups after all self serving and self centered Each and every one, although full of promises, fails to bring happiness to our little hero But in the end, he finds wha...

  6. Nicely presented interior, good message.We have had lost smile books but this is the first runaway smile The concept has the underlying meaning of a search for happiness, which of course, for a young child, is found with a loving mother.I loved this book from the moment I saw the second page, for it is here that the enchanting and unusual illustrations begin The cover is not the right colour for the age group, presumably 5 to 8 year olds Terracotta is a late middle age colour However,...

  7. A brilliant book to read with your family,especially if you d like to witness the reaction of the little ones Every page isa joy to read and the illustrations are excellent.

  8. A delightful children s book with the sweetest ending ever The boy wakes up to find his smile is missing His pet dog wishes it could help but cannot The monster in his closet is a friendly one, but it has no answers either On his way to school, the boy meets a bunch of strange characters but they all seem too preoccupied in their own affairs aren t all adults in the eyes of a child to answer his pressing question about his missing smile Still, by the end of the story, the answer comes une A delightful children s book with the sweetest ending ever The boy wakes up to find his smile is m...

  9. Another book, that in the beginning, I just couldn t wrap my head around Now, I consider myself to be a fairly intelligent woman, but there are those instances where I might be reading in a little sleepy state , that certain books go way over my head Well, since I like to give all books a fair shot in my world, I vowed to Mr Rossis that I was going to re read this book fully alert , so that I could give it my honest opinion.This cute little children s book, filled with a most perfect life l Another book, that in the beginning, I just couldn t wrap my head around Now, I consider myself to be a fairly intelligent woman, b...

  10. Originally posted here you have to take a break from your Shakespeare and take a reading breather Children s literature isn t always the way forwards, but I want to suggest that this book totally is Aimed at slightlyfluent readers it s 60 pages long , I think it would be great read aloud or alone it s clear and imaginative, and a lot of fun Part of what made this book so special for me was the beautiful illustrations by Dimitris Fous Originally posted here you have to take a break from your Shakespeare and take a reading breather Children s literature isn t always the way forwards, but I want to suggest that this book totally is Aimed at slightlyfluent readers it s 60 pages long , I think it would be great read aloud or alone it s clear and imaginative, and a lot of fun Part of what made this book so special for me was the beautiful illustrat...