Alberts Quiet Quest

Alberts Quiet Quest Albert just wants to read his book in peace why won t his friends give him some quiet A delightful picture book about finding alone time from an internationally acclaimed illustrator.There are so many distractions in Albert s Mile End neighborhood, what s a book loving introvert to do Desperate for a quiet place to read, Albert storms out to the alley behind his house where his friends and neighbors often meet to play Lucky him not only is no one around today, but he finds an old painting of a beach scene that someone s left for the trash The painting sparks Albert s imagination, spurring him on a zen like quest for a quiet reading break on a sunset beach, a moment to unplug and find peace And he almost does too, except for those meddling Mile End kids who just want to have some fun, as LOUDLY as possible Will Albert ever find a moment of quiet to enjoy his book Or could his friends be looking for a book break of their own Readers will love this adorably relatable story of a quiet kid, his big imagination and bringing friends together through the magic of reading. New Download Kindle ePUB Alberts Quiet Quest by Isabelle Arsenault – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Hardcover
  • 48 pages
  • Alberts Quiet Quest
  • Isabelle Arsenault
  • 19 July 2018
  • 1101917628

10 thoughts on “Alberts Quiet Quest

  1. says:

    This little book just shot to the top of my favourite picks for 2019 I already knew I liked Isabelle Arsenault s illustrations I loved her work in Jane, the Fox, and Me but now she s on my must read list.To be honest, the first time I read through this book, I wasn t sure how much I liked this story Some of the messaging didn t quite strike me the right way But on my second read, I realized how truly delightful this book is.In this book we follow Albert as he leaves his noisy house to This little book just shot to the top of my favourite picks for 2019 I already knew I liked Isabelle Arsenault s illustrations I loved her w...

  2. says:

    Beautiful illustrations in turquoise and orange tell of Albert s quest to find a quiet place to read his book Going out to the back yard he finds an old picture of the beach and he imagines he is there, reading on the sand Soon other children come out to play and Albert imagines them into his beach scene but the noise begins to grow When Albert demands quiet they disappear and bring back books and chairs When Albert apologises for...

  3. says:

    The second Mile End Kids Story written and illustrated by Isabelle Arsenault, the first being The Lost Pet, Albert s Quiet Quest is on the surface just a story about a kid who wants it quiet enough to read He goes outside to do that, to be alone When he gets outside he sees a painting of a beach scene and others again bother him with all their noise and activity and he explodes The surprise is that the others quietly, one by one, join him in reading and friendship.It s a Goodreads story of re The second Mile End Kids Story written and illustrated by Isabelle Arsenault, the first being The Lost Pet, Albert s Quiet Quest is on the surface just a story about a kid who wants it quiet enough to read He goes outside to do that, to be alone When he gets outside he sees a painting of a beach scene and others again bother him with all their noise and activity and he explodes The surprise is that the others quietly, one by one, join him in reading and friendship.It s a Goodreads story of reading together I mean, reading IS a solitary activity, but it can be s shared experience I always look at others reading in parks, or at the beach or on trains, and sometimes not usually , I ...

  4. says:

    Sometimes peace and quiet can be elusive That s what Albert discovers when he goes out to the alley to read his book Actually, he s just sitting there, daydreaming about reading on a beach But as each of his friends comes along and starts to do their own activities, even his imagination starts to get cluttered and really, really noisy Finally, he can t take it any and he snaps at his friends, driving them all away or so he thinks.Albert s frustration is something a lot of people will Sometimes peace and quiet can be elusive That s what Albert discovers when he goes ...

  5. says:

    Amazing illustrations I really loved the art The story itself is also quite good A message and praise for quietness and tranquility, which is really right on my personal taste But I the same time I have mixed feelings about the fact the the kid try to impose ...

  6. says:

    Seeking out a quiet spot where he can read, the eponymous Albert finds that when all of his neighborhood friends begin to arrive, the peace is slowly destroyed Eventually he loses his temper, shouting at the other children and seemingly driving them away Fortunately, they like books too, and all ends happily with a group reading sessionI enjoyed French Canadian author illustrator Isabelle Arsenault s first picture book about the children of Mile End Colette s Lost Pet so...

  7. says:

    I am Albert Albert is me.

  8. says:

    Finding a quiet place to read is difficult for everyone, but Albert finds a great one Then one by one friends come and cause a commotion, leading Albert to an outburst The outburst causes a happy ending.

  9. says:

    Albert just wants a quiet place to read but the neighbor kids want him to play.

  10. says:

    This beautifully illustrated story of a young boy trying to find a quiet space to read will speak to readers and introverts everywhere I really enjoyed it.

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