Leaf & the Long Ice (Twig Stories, Vol. 3)

Leaf & the Long Ice (Twig Stories, Vol. 3) #2020

Leaf the Long Ice Twig Stories Vol A tiny stick creature named Leaf lives in an old forest at the foot of an ancient volcano which is capped by a massive glacier called the Long Ice Leaf often entertains his younger twin brothers wit
  • Title: Leaf & the Long Ice (Twig Stories, Vol. 3)
  • Author: Jo Marshall
  • ISBN: 9781480080881
  • Page: 261
  • Format: Paperback
  • A tiny stick creature named Leaf lives in an old forest at the foot of an ancient volcano, which is capped by a massive glacier called the Long Ice Leaf often entertains his younger, twin brothers with stories about the rare snow beasts that still survive on the Long Ice even though it shrinks and as the seasons grow hotter One afternoon, the twins run away toA tiny stick creature named Leaf lives in an old forest at the foot of an ancient volcano, which is capped by a massive glacier called the Long Ice Leaf often entertains his younger, twin brothers with stories about the rare snow beasts that still survive on the Long Ice even though it shrinks and as the seasons grow hotter One afternoon, the twins run away to play in the snow before it all melts They hitch a ride on a giant moth, befriend a snowshoe bunny, and stumble upon a hermit s creepy cave Mistaking the hermit s odd pets for a cave beast s meal, the twins rescue them all When a bold mountain goat kid leaps into the expedition, a mighty eagle attacks Panicked, they rush into the glacier s icy tunnels, and are lost in a maze of melting, blue tubes.Yet, all is not lost, for with the help of a courageous pika Leaf and the hermit join forces to find the twins But in a dreadful turn of events, it is the snow beasts of the Long Ice that will decide their fate.
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    Excellent storytelling combined with accurate science make this book a must read for children interested in nature and stories of adventure Sarah Boon, PhD, Alberta Water and Environmental Science University of Lethbridge The theme of environmental change is woven into the narrative as a backdrop to a story of adventure, danger, camaraderie, and kindness Readers of all ages will relate to the magic that draws Buddy and Burba to the snow in the first place, and will be reminded of our connection [...]

    I love this Jo Marshall s writing style and I was asked to give an honest opinion to this ARC The character development was totally awesome, the build up in finding the certain characters was nice also It was just an excellent way to tell a story and YES YES YES I do recommend this book It was my first read by this author but it will not be my last LSK Sweetheart Reviews Lace

    What would Twigs be doing on a glacier Twigs are tiny creatures made out of sticks and leaves and usually dwell in forests Leaf is a Twig who lives with his family, including father Pappo, mother Mumma, sister Fern, and younger twin brothers Burba and Buddy, in an old forest at the foot of an ancient volcano, which is capped by a massive glacier called the Long Ice Pappo, Mumma, and Fern are off on a trip, and Leaf is left to watch the twins Leaf entertains his younger brothers with a story abou [...]

    Taken from the Twig stories website Twigs are impish stick creatures not much taller than robins Tiny leaves sprout from their arms and legs, and their toes are very curly like roots Their long, leafy hair can be many different colors emerald, bronze, flaming red, and gold, for example Twigs live in all sorts of trees, but the knotholes of enormous ancient cedars, big leaf maple, silver leafed poplar, and whitebark pine are their favorite havens Leaf is back on another adventure This time, Leaf [...]

    I had a difficult time deciding how to rate this book because there were parts that I really liked and parts I was so so about, in some cases both were the same For example, I loved Jo Marshall s descriptive passages She really captures the feel of the outdoors and the flavor of this half magical, half real world The descriptions are very well done The problem I had, is I thought there were too many and in some spots I tended to want to skim them, as well written as they were.I also liked the ex [...]

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