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Pilu of the Woods af Mai K. Nguyen
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Pilu of the Woods (udgave 2019)

af Mai K. Nguyen (Forfatter)

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"Pilu of the Woods is a heartwarming tale full of natural wonder, with wise and lovely messages about coping with grief, facing your feelings, and learning to forgive yourself." - Katie O'Neill, Eisner Award-winning author of The Tea Dragon Society For fans of Hilda and the Troll comes PILU OF THE WOODS, a heartwarming and bittersweet story of friendship, loss, exploring complex emotions and finding your way home from debut creator Mai K. Nguyen.  Willow loves the woods near her house. They're calm and quiet, so different from her own turbulent emotions, which she keeps locked away. When her emotions get the better of her one day, she decides to run away into the woods. There, she meets Pilu, a lost tree spirit who can't find her way back home--which turns out to be the magnolia grove Willow's mom used to take her to. Willow offers to help Pilu, and the two quickly become friends. But the journey is long, and Pilu isn't sure she's ready to return home yet--which infuriates Willow, who's determined to make up for her own mistakes by getting Pilu back safely. As a storm rages and Willow's emotions bubble to the surface, they suddenly take on a physical form, putting both girls in danger... and forcing Willow to confront her inner feelings once and for all. BONUS CONTENT: This edition includes blank journal pages in the back to encourage readers to keep their own notes about nature and their feelings.… (mere)
Medlem:TomMorley
Titel:Pilu of the Woods
Forfattere:Mai K. Nguyen (Forfatter)
Info:Oni Press (2019), Edition: Revised, 160 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Viser 5 af 5
Age: intermediate / middle
Genre: graphic novel

This book is super cute and tackles some hard topics of grief and how that affects our emotions. Willow has lost her mom and she is figuring out how to deal with those emotions and not lash out on those around her. Willow goes on an adventure in the woods and meets an imaginary friend who she has to help. While helping this friend Willow is able to figure out that it is better to acknowledge and sit with emotions instead of pushing them down until they burst out. This would be a great way to help a student that is having trouble managing their emotions without explicitly calling them out. ( )
  mkumpula | Mar 29, 2021 |
This has adorable art and a really sweet story that tugged at my heart. That said, I'm not sure how I'd booktalk it because it's a quiet book about dealing with your emotions. It reminded me just a tiny bit of Nightlights (Nightlights #1)by Lorena Alvarez Gomez, but I enjoyed it even more. ( )
  bookbrig | Aug 5, 2020 |
I loved the art. It was very cute and fit with the story very well. The characters were well developed and original. My only issue was with the story which felt forced, like the author was fitting too much in a short space. Everything happened too fast.
Nevertheless I loved how the art accentuated the story ( )
  TheWordReaper | May 27, 2020 |
I love the art, especially that adorable dog!

But the story is a little girl's downbeat slog through a forest with a spiritless tree spirit as she comes to terms with loss and grief. Dull and predictable. ( )
  villemezbrown | May 27, 2019 |
The art is beautiful, but the writing needs some work. There are some weird diversions into scientific discussion. The information is good, but there is maybe too much of it and it's presented in such a way that it interrupts the rhythm of the story. I also felt that the author's message got in the way of the storytelling. Not every story for children needs to have a message and, when they do, they need to still care about the story and, for me, the message/moral was too intrusive and ruined the sense of fantasy and whimsy that a story involving a tree sprite (or something similar) should have. The author also relied too heavily on the use of "whoa" as an exclamation and she spelled it "woah" every time, which is incorrect and actually made me angry, both in the repetitiveness and the misspelling.

Four stars for the art, two stars for the writing for an average of three stars. ( )
  BillieBook | Nov 20, 2018 |
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"Pilu of the Woods is a heartwarming tale full of natural wonder, with wise and lovely messages about coping with grief, facing your feelings, and learning to forgive yourself." - Katie O'Neill, Eisner Award-winning author of The Tea Dragon Society For fans of Hilda and the Troll comes PILU OF THE WOODS, a heartwarming and bittersweet story of friendship, loss, exploring complex emotions and finding your way home from debut creator Mai K. Nguyen.  Willow loves the woods near her house. They're calm and quiet, so different from her own turbulent emotions, which she keeps locked away. When her emotions get the better of her one day, she decides to run away into the woods. There, she meets Pilu, a lost tree spirit who can't find her way back home--which turns out to be the magnolia grove Willow's mom used to take her to. Willow offers to help Pilu, and the two quickly become friends. But the journey is long, and Pilu isn't sure she's ready to return home yet--which infuriates Willow, who's determined to make up for her own mistakes by getting Pilu back safely. As a storm rages and Willow's emotions bubble to the surface, they suddenly take on a physical form, putting both girls in danger... and forcing Willow to confront her inner feelings once and for all. BONUS CONTENT: This edition includes blank journal pages in the back to encourage readers to keep their own notes about nature and their feelings.

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