The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane
It all starts simply: A china rabbit, a house, and a girl. And then one day, the rabbit, who is named Edward Tulane, disappears and begins a miraculous journey. Newbery medalist Kate diCamillo and artist Bagram Ibatoulline have created a piercingly beautiful story about love, loss, and the power... show more
It all starts simply: A china rabbit, a house, and a girl. And then one day, the rabbit, who is named Edward Tulane, disappears and begins a miraculous journey. Newbery medalist Kate diCamillo and artist Bagram Ibatoulline have created a piercingly beautiful story about love, loss, and the power to love again.
Publish date: March 8th 2011
Publisher: Candlewick Press
Pages no: 221
Edition language: English
The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane by Kate DiCamillo the story is about a china rabbit that belongs to a ten-year-old girl. One day, the girl loses her rabbit when it falls overboard during vacation. The china rabbit spent many days on the ocean floor until a storm finally frees him. The rabbit...
The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane is one of my all time favorite books. I read this book countless times as a child and was so intrigued by the adventurous nature of the book, the different places Edward went, the different Characters that he met, and how his own personality changed throughout...
I'll start this review by saying I don't like Kate DiCamillo that much as an author. However, this is one of her best books in my opinion. I've found all her other books either over-hyped or too derivative. They are also overwhelmingly populated by white characters, and Edward Tulane is no exception...
Edward Tulane is a kept rabbit. His owner dresses him, sets him up for his day and loves him unconditionally. But he only thinks about himself. He feels no affection for anyone other than himself. Soon after they set off on a long journey, Edward is separated from his owner and sets off on a journey...
Edward’s journey through this story is incredible. He’s given so much personality and I think anyone could identify with the ways he loved and lost. It was hard enough for him to learn to love, but even worse learning to love again and again, overcoming loss and disappointment.I loved all the charac...