The Worry Stone

The Worry Stone The three stories woven together in this beautiful book demonstrate the way human lives are connected despite distance and time

  • Title: The Worry Stone
  • Author: Marianna Dengler
  • ISBN: 9780873586429
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The three stories woven together in this beautiful book demonstrate the way human lives are connected despite distance and time.

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      Published :2019-07-21T13:51:49+00:00

    2 thoughts on “The Worry Stone

    1. Marianna Dengler Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Worry Stone book, this is one of the most wanted Marianna Dengler author readers around the world.

    2. To me, books that inspire or calm me down should always be included in my WOW bookshelf. This story tells three tales, one of an old woman and serious little boy who are sitting on a park bench together. The old woman tells the little boy a story of her chlidhood.She enjoyed company with her grandfather, and sharing her adventures with him. This story reminded me of my own time with my grandfathers before they passed away. I always loved hearing their stories too. One day, she comes across a shi [...]

    3. This book makes me cry every time. All grandparents are storytellers but one grandpa in particular loved telling stories and I miss those times with him. This book highlighted exactly those memories and I was hit hard with a wave of grief and gratitude and hope that I am able to extend that love and memory to my grandchildren someday. Or any child to cross my path.Children's books are so simple and so powerful and take the complication and anxiety out of life. Adults should not neglect to read t [...]

    4. Genre:multicultural picture bookAnnotation: When a small, serious boy joins Amanda on the park bench, she remembers that once she was small and serious too, but she had Grandfather--and his wonderful stories. The Worry Stone is three beautiful tales woven together, the way human lives are connected despite distance and time.Themes: Character and Values, Culture and Diversity, death, circle of life, grandparents, power of positive thinkingWays to Use: introduce to children the concept of death an [...]

    5. My 7 year-old daughter loves this book. It contains the heartwarming story of an old woman whose grandfather used to tell her stories, including one about the "worry stone" she found lying on the ground. The worry stone becomes a comfort to her, and, later, she has the chance to pass it on to another child in need, along with more than just the stone.I suspect my daughter is on the hunt for a worry stone, now.

    6. A sweet story about a little boy feeling left out and an elderly women who gives him something to help him cope. My son and I both enjoyed it. I really liked how they connected 3 stories together. It really kept my son's interest.

    7. The Worry StoneDengler, Mariannawow Mexican American and native american legends and stories blended as the cultures about love memory and handling the hard thongs in life. learning about love, loss, and the magic of finding someone to listen.

    8. This is certainly one of my favorite stories of all time. My discovery of this story is, in itself, a special story. Rediscovering it and re-reading it in preparation of telling it is a joy.

    9. This picture book is better for children who are about eight or nine since they have a little bit more of an attention span. I enjoyed it and shall now be looking for a worry stone of my own.

    10. Every family should have this story, and all elementary school children should be encouraged to read it. It's a WOW!

    11. It had very nice pictures and it was a very good tale. It can help children get excited about rocks!!

    12. Atticus loves for me to read this to him. It's a story within a story within a story. He loves it. It is very sweet and touching. (Maybe a tad contrived, but that's ok, it's a children's book.)

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