7 edition of The Water Horse found in the catalog.
The Water Horse
|Statement||Dick King-Smith ; illustrated by David Parkins.|
|Contributions||Parkins, David, 1955-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||94|
Whilst most Scottish/Celtic folklore places the water horse in a loch (particularly a loch that is famous for a lake monster, such as Loch Ness, Loch Morar or Loch Lomond), some Breton and Cornish tales of water horses place them in the ocean, making them sea : Celtic nations, Scandinavia. With humor and warmth Dick King-Smith has created a tale which children will want to read again and again. Told from the point of view of the children and from Crusoe the Water Horse's point of view, this book is a must for animal lovers. " Review Written by Marya Jansen-Gruber.
The Water Horse is a well researched story, particularly with regards to details of the hospital wards and conditions in the Crimea; there are some interesting references to Florence Nightingale, as well as to the drover's way of life. Catherine makes for a spirited heroine, her courage and resilience admirable/5(40). A boy cares for a water horse, later known as the Loch Ness monster. Angus is a boy living in a manor in the Scottish lakeside of Loch Ness with his housekeeper mom who discovers an egg in the water. He then takes it home. When it hatches, he sees a creature .
For the best return on the mystery surrounding Scotland's version of Bigfoot, The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep should have gotten the M. Night Shyamalan treatment -- at least, the version of Shyamalan that's more eerie and unsettling than overblown and overwrought. But since this film is an adaptation of Dick King-Smith's children's novel /5(15). But with the Water Horse growing ten times its size every day, Angus finds it increasingly difficult to keep his new friend a secret. Two-time Academy Award® nominee Emily Watson (, Hilary.
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"The Water Horse" is a gentle tale, perfect for a parent or older sibling to read to a preschooler or kindergartener. It's a perfect introduction to the works of Dick King Smith/5().
The Water Horse by Dick King-Smith is a childrens fantasy fiction book. The intended age group for this book is Intermediate. The book is about a brother and sister that discover an egg on the beach and hatch it in the bathtub/5.
Dick King-Smith’s classic story about a very unusual pet—a water horse!—returns with a charming new cover to win over a new generation of readers. When eight-year-old Kirstie finds a strange egg near her home, she has no idea what will come out/5(11).
Desperate for help, and for a friend, Olivia discovers something incredible: a water horse, hidden in the canals of the An enchanting tale of magic, friendship and adventure for readers aged 9 and up - from The Water Horse book author, Holly Webb.
Olivia is the princess of Venice/5. When Kirstie finds what appears to be an unusually large fish egg on the beach below her house, she takes it home and pops it in the bathtub. The Water Horse book a strange creature emerges from it, she and Angus feed it sardines. Their grandfather, Grumble, recognizes it as 4/5.
The Water Horse. Eight-year-old Kirstie and her family are avid beachcombers, but when the strange object she finds one day hatches in the bathtub, they are in for more than they bargained. The Water Horse is a mystical tale set in Scotland s. King-Smith draws readers in right from the start.
King-Smith draws readers in right from the start. After a powerful storm, Kirstie and her little brother, Angus, find a mysterious egg on the beach. The Water Horse. Books for Older Readers and Adults; It all starts when Kirstie and her brother Angus find a mysterious egg washed up on the beach the night after a huge storm.
They decide to take it home, and that’s where their adventure begins, as the next day it hatches into a tiny green-grey creature with a horse’s head, warty skin. Desperate for help, and a friend, Olivia discovers something incredible – a water horse. Invisible to most, centuries old and possessing his own powerful magic, Lucian knows the deepest secrets of the sea – secrets that could hold the key to saving the city.
From the award-winning author of "Babe: The Gallant Pig" comes the story of how the Loch Ness monster finds his home, thanks to the human family that raises him. Reviews of the The Water Horse. The Water Horse by Dick King-Smith and David Parkins. A charming and inventive fantasy about one of the best-known contemporary legends.
read more. A charming and inventive fantasy about one of the best-known contemporary legends. A young Scottish boy afraid of the water finds an egg, taking it home it hatches into a Water Horse, he has to keep it secret from his mother as she would tell him to get rid of it, the boys father was fighting in the second world war (unbeknown to the boy he was killed) an army division take over the manor house were they are living and Angus the boy has trouble keeping Crusoe (the Water Genres: Adventure, Fantasy.
Adventure, friendship, and hope come to life in The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep. A new biblical discussion guide for the family explores sea monsters in the Bible, the nature of fear, the bitter-sweetness of grief, and the benefits of loyalty.
The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep (stylised on-screen as simply The Water Horse) is a family fantasy drama film directed by Jay Russell and written by Robert Nelson Jacobs, based on Dick King-Smith's children's novel The Water by: James Newton Howard.
"A rich, mostly tender fairy tale that combines elements of such children's classics as The Secret of Roan Inish, E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial, and Born Free Combining the best of fantasy and 4/5(8).
Yearling Books, - Juvenile Fiction - pages 8 Reviews Kirstie and her family were shocked when the unusal egg they found hatched into a Water Horse, a sea monster of Scottish legend, yet as 4/5(8). Directed by Jay Russell. With Emily Watson, David Morrissey, Alex Etel, Bruce Allpress.
A lonely boy discovers a mysterious egg that hatches a sea creature of Scottish legend/10(K). The Water Horse is based on a book by Dick King-Smith, which you could read as a class novel.
What are the key differences in the way a story is told on the page and on screen. This is a good opportunity to develop children’s film language. Writers rely on descriptive. The boy and the Water horse grow a strong relationship together in this wonderful story.
— kcquail Angus MacMorrow (Alex Etel) has made a most unusual discovery, and he's about to find out just how one innocent boy's greatest fantasy can also be a frightened adult population's greatest threat. The Water Horse $ Crossing easily the borders between the mythic and the everyday, writing familiarly of the gods of classical times or ancient Ireland and the household gods of our own age, Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill reminds us in The Water Horse that the power of myth lies in local and personal resurrections, such as the imaginary opening of her own great-grandmother’s tomb, but also, more.
The water horse. [Dick King-Smith; David Parkins] -- Inon the coast of Scotland, eight-year-old Kirstie finds a large egg which hatches into an unusual sea creature, and as he grows her family must decide what to do with him.Children's Book Review: The Water Horse by Dick King-Smith, Author, David Parkins, Illustrator Yearling Books $ (p) ISBN The cozy domestic formula that has worked well for.If you're into exitement, adventure, & mystery then read The Water Horse by Dick King-Smith.
In this book you will find that a girl named Kirstie finds an egg on the beach and keeps it for a pet. But, Kirstie doesn't know that the egg she has is really a ferocious monster/5(5).