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The Other Way to Listen (1978)

af Byrd Baylor

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After hoping and trying, the narrator is finally able to hear the hills singing.

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Brief Summary: Using the essence of nature, you can learn to “hear” the sounds of the natural world.

Why I loved it: I loved the illustrations and the calm way this book allows readers to think about an everyday thing with a new perspective.
How to use in a classroom: After reading this book, it will be fun to take students outside and have them sit and listen to nature. This will allow for discussion about what they are hearing and how often we can go without noticing the sounds around us and about being patient and waiting to see the beauty that the natural world has to offer.

Book Citation (APA): Baylor, B., & Parnall, P. (2010). The other way to listen. New York: Aladdin Paperbacks. ( )
  meganconser | Nov 26, 2016 |
The poetry and thoughts are lovely. I couldn't agree more, and this book a beautiful tool to encourage active, humble listening, and to turn our hearts to wonder. I couldn't escape my own desire to see a different kind of artwork. I wanted more than sketches. So many lovely images called for color. Still a thoughtful, provoking read. ( )
  Desirichter | Jul 27, 2014 |
A young person asks an old man to teach him to listen so he can hear some of the quiet things the old man has told him about: rocks, seeds growing, flowers blooming... And the old man replies that "you have to learn it from the hills and the ants...They do the teaching around here." And the young person keeps going out, even though s/he isn't hearing anything special, because s/he just likes it, and one day...well, what do you think s/he heard?
[I know other reviewers have labelled the young person girl and boy, but there are no restrictions in the book--the shoulder length hair and jeans could indicate either gender.]
Illustrated by one of my favorite children's illustrators: Peter Parnall. I like his shifting perspective, spare drawings, and his mix of color and lines. ( )
  juniperSun | Feb 20, 2014 |
A girl knew an old man who had a special way of listening. He could walk by a cornfield and actually hear the corn singing, and once, he even heard wildflower seeds bursting open, beginning to grow underground. The girl asked the man to teach her to listen, but he said she had to learn how from the hills, ants, lizards, and weeds. For a long time, she tried without success, and she almost gave up. But then, one day, she began a joyous song to the hills and, without even trying, she discovered the secret of the other way to listen.***SRC Quiz***
  law2110 | Jan 20, 2013 |
A boy learns from his grandpa that the world sings it's own song and that we can listen with more than just our ears - but with our souls as well.

Children's Folklore

I really like Byrd Baylor and Peter Parnell together. This is a beaut to look at, but the story seems watered down compared with their other works. Baylor usually interprets such rich stories and this one just feels a little empty. ( )
  dylantanner | Dec 7, 2008 |
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