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[Ebook] Fire By Jackie French – Hakkas.us

Fire One Small Spark Brought Fire Awake,Winding Like A Small Black Snake,Fire Flickered, Fire Crept,Flames Snickered, Bushfire Leapt Inspired By The Bushfires That Have Affected Many Australians, Fire Is A Moving And Sensitive Story Of A Natural Disaster As Seen Through The Eyes Of A Cockatoo The Fire Mercilessly Engulfs Homes And Land, Leaving A Devastating Path Of Destruction.

    10 thoughts on “[Ebook] Fire By Jackie French – Hakkas.us


  1. says:

    A moving tribute showing us the deadly harshness of wildfire, to both those who fight this insidious phenomenon and those tho lose so much to it Beautifully illustrated, my five year old commented on their uniqueness Author and illustrator both comment on their distinctive style at the end of the book A serious and almost unsettlin...


  2. says:

    Any Australian who is old enough to understand history and current events will have experienced a bush fire either first hand or by following to closely on the news Even as I write this there are fires in Australi...


  3. says:

    I love everything about this series of natural disaster picture books


  4. says:

    This is such a beautifully illustrated book that gently explains the powerful ferocity of bushfires.


  5. says:

    This is a beautiful book, depicting the eerie and often heart breaking subject of fire.Jackie s emotional verse and Bruce s spectacular illustrations capture the ferocity of the bushfire.This book depicts the destruction of the flames, the courage of firefighters and the new g...


  6. says:

    This children s book is beautiful in every way The writing is rich and lyrical And the water colour illustrations are exquisite The kids learnt all about the harsh realities of bush fires in an engaging way.


  7. says:

    Jackie French does it again.


  8. says:

    A beautifully illustrated book.


  9. says:

    Beautiful book and so powerful


  10. says:

    Beautiful picture book, amazingly illustrated by Bruce Whatley So many applications in so many areas.

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