[Epub] ↠ Gabriellas Song Author Candace Fleming – Landyshi.info

Gabriellas Song In The Streets And Canals Of Venice, Gabriella Can Hear Nothing But Sweet Music The Drying Laundry Goes Slap Slap, The Church Bells Go Ting Aling Ling, And The Lire Go Jing Aling Ling Soon, Gabriella Is Humming Her Way Through Town And Everyone Hears Her Song Some Find It Sad, Others Smile When They Hear It But None Can Forget The Beautiful Melody Before Long, A Certain Struggling Composer Is Inspired By Gabriella S Song And A Beautiful Symphony Is Born.


About the Author: Candace Fleming

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Gabriellas Song book, this is one of the most wanted Candace Fleming author readers around the world.



10 thoughts on “Gabriellas Song

  1. says:

    When I first picked up Candace Fleming s Gabriella s Song from the public library, I was actually not at all sure wether I would even at all enjoy it, as I did not and still do not find the book cover image all that visually appealing I liked the colour schemes, but especially Gabriella s facial expression was not


  2. says:

    I m giving this book 5 stars, well, 4 actually, because of both the illustrations and the story I like that the informative author s note started off the book vs it being at the end, as istypical.The illustrations are truly lovely I want to go to Venice It s wonderfully depicted I also like how some of the hanging laundry


  3. says:

    Gabriella s Song is a sweet and charming book I appreciated the warm color use in the illustrations adding to the cozy feel of the book I liked the storyline of a little girl walking through Venice with a song that catches on throughout the city I thought it did a nice job of expressing how music affects everyone differently It wa


  4. says:

    In her travels around Venice, little Gabriella uses snippets of the sounds she hears to create a little songwhich inspires another to write a symphony.Giselle Potter s illustrations put a song in my heart


  5. says:

    I discovered this book as it was featured as one of the March 2011 Music themed reads for the Picture book club in the Children s Books group here at Goodreads We really enjoyed the story I m not sure it would have been a book that we would have chosen on our own, so I m thankful once again for this group introducing us to a wide variety of books


  6. says:

    A bit too simple Odd pictures Everything works except the people.


  7. says:

    For some reason, this came up in the library catalog when I was searching for books on birds No idea why, really, because just having a few birds on the cover did not make it qualify And perhaps that was part of why I didn t care so much for this one I try to evaluate a book based on what it actually is and not because of my expectations, but, well, it s hard An


  8. says:

    I give this book a 1 star.This book is about Gabriella and her song She lives in Venice and listens the music everyday This leads to her learning all these different songs that she wish she could do Finally she learns to do this and it makes her life.Ways to use this in a classroom1 Have students choose their favorite song 2 Ask students why this is their favorite song


  9. says:

    While I didn t like the pictures, the story was wonderful Gabriella is a little girl with a song in her heart The song affects the rest of the village, each person in a different way This amazing story really touches a part of the reader It is enchanting.


  10. says:

    This is a book about a little girl named Gabriella, who lives in Venice and who loves music One day when she s out and about she starts singing The baker hears her song and sings it, he passes it on to a widow and on and on until it gets to a composer The composer hears Gabriella singing it outside his window and turns it into a complete symphony He then performs it and everyone turns


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