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The Colorful Adventures of Pauline and Tiff
by Megan Cooper, Nicolette Stearns | Children's Books
Registered by wingBCinDCwing of Washington, District of Columbia USA on 4/23/2017
Average 8 star rating by BookCrossing Members 

status (set by 6of8): travelling


This book is in the wild! This Book is Currently in the Wild!

9 journalers for this copy...

Journal Entry 1 by wingBCinDCwing from Washington, District of Columbia USA on Sunday, April 23, 2017

This book has not been rated.

This book was given to us at the BCinDC BookCrossing tent at the Kensington Day of the Book Festival of 2017.  


Journal Entry 2 by wingKateKintailwing at Burke, Virginia USA on Monday, April 24, 2017

9 out of 10

This book was given to us by one of the authors at the festival today. Several of us passed the book around and read it during the festival today.

It's a fun book with the main message that it's okay to be who you are, even if it isn't like anyone else. The story is told through several stories--one of two good friends who draw chalk pictures and tell stories about them. I especially love that one of the girls The stories within the story are full of color, creativity, and fantasy. They've got flying dragons and princesses and mermaids. It was a fun read with some heartwarming moments.

Thanks for sharing it with us!  


Journal Entry 3 by wingmom-oysterwing at Gaithersburg City Hall Concert Pavilion and Grounds in Gaithersburg, Maryland USA on Friday, May 19, 2017

This book has not been rated.

Released 1 yr ago (5/20/2017 UTC) at Gaithersburg City Hall Concert Pavilion and Grounds in Gaithersburg, Maryland USA

WILD RELEASE NOTES:

I brought this home from Kensington Day of the Book so I could read it to my granddaughter. Now I'll bring it to Gaithersburg Book Festival as promised.





 


Journal Entry 4 by wingmelydiawing at Centreville, Virginia USA on Sunday, October 15, 2017

This book has not been rated.

I don't know when I received this book or why I didn't journal it at the time. Sorry about that.

I really want to love this book. It's very sweet that a little girl with Down Syndrome wrote such an imaginative tale, but honestly the illustrations detract from the whole thing. These are the sorts of stories that call for sweeping vistas, rather than something that looks like it was drawn with a computer mouse and an over-reliance on copy-paste. That said, I hope this isn't Megan Cooper's last book. Her enthusiasm is infectious despite the lackluster artwork.

I'm bringing this to today's BCinDC meetup in Alexandria, VA 


Journal Entry 5 by wingResQgeekwing at Alexandria, Virginia USA on Sunday, October 15, 2017

This book has not been rated.

This was handed to me at today's BC-in-DC meeting. I'll read it and then bring it the next meeting I go to for someone else to read. 


Journal Entry 6 by wingResQgeekwing at Alexandria, Virginia USA on Friday, December 15, 2017

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This is a sweet children's book about being different. One of the authors has Down's Syndrome, as does one of the characters in the book, so I'm guessing there is some level of autobiographical content embedded in these stories. Perhaps the most impressive thing about this book is that it includes messages for both those who are different and for those who are "normal" (whatever that means). It is a reminder that friendship is possible, even for those who are different, and encourages people to reach out to the outsider to offer friendship. Very well done. 


Journal Entry 7 by wingResQgeekwing at Rockville, Maryland USA on Saturday, January 20, 2018

This book has not been rated.

Released 7 mos ago (1/20/2018 UTC) at Rockville, Maryland USA

CONTROLLED RELEASE NOTES:

This book will be available at today's BC-in-DC meeting. 


Journal Entry 8 by wingSqueakyChuwing at Rockville, Maryland USA on Saturday, January 20, 2018

This book has not been rated.

Caught! Thanks for this book! 


Journal Entry 9 by wingSqueakyChuwing at Rockville, Maryland USA on Sunday, January 21, 2018

7 out of 10

This is the story of two girls, Pauline and Tiff, who were friends, supported one another, and loved to draw. Both were aware of their own shortcomings, but in the chalked tales they created, they were able to show how support from another person can make an individual literally soar. Heartwarming! 


Journal Entry 10 by wingSqueakyChuwing at Alexandria, Virginia USA on Tuesday, February 13, 2018

This book has not been rated.

Released 6 mos ago (2/18/2018 UTC) at Alexandria, Virginia USA

CONTROLLED RELEASE NOTES:

I'm releasing this book back to BCinDC at the February 2018 meetup of BCinDC at La Madeleine.  


Journal Entry 11 by wingSqnutZipswing at Alexandria, Virginia USA on Sunday, February 18, 2018

This book has not been rated.

Chose this book at the BCinDC February meet-up in Old Town Alexandria.
It is part of a local book ray. I will read it and pass it forward at out next monthly meet-up in March. Thanks Squeaky. 


Journal Entry 12 by wingSpatialwing at Alexandria, Virginia USA on Monday, February 19, 2018

This book has not been rated.

Cute story full of imagination! Read during the BCinDC meetup at La Madeleine. 


Journal Entry 13 by wingSqnutZipswing at Silver Spring, Maryland USA on Friday, March 16, 2018

This book has not been rated.

A book by Megan Cooper about friendship and being different. It's about embracing differences and celebrating using one's imagination. My only criticism about this book is that the artwork in the book was not the original chalk drawings by Megan Cooper and her friend/friends. I would love to see the original drawings by Megan Cooper, the book will be richer for it. 


Journal Entry 14 by wingSqnutZipswing at Springfield, Virginia USA on Friday, March 16, 2018

This book has not been rated.

Released 5 mos ago (3/17/2018 UTC) at Springfield, Virginia USA

CONTROLLED RELEASE NOTES:

This book part of a BCinDC local book ray. I am taking it to the monthly BCinDC meet-up to pass it on to the next reader.

To the person who finds this book.....
Keep it or release it, read it or not, but please make a journal entry to let me know it's been found. Keep it, pass it on to a friend or release it into the wild.... let the journey continue.....

If you are new to BookCrossing, welcome! You can remain anonymous or join BookCrossing, it's free and loads of fun. 


Journal Entry 15 by wingSqueakyChuwing at Rockville, Maryland USA on Saturday, March 17, 2018

This book has not been rated.

I had no other takers for this book at the BCinDC meetup at Starbucks in Springfield, Virginia today so I'll be releasing this book at a later date in my own Little Free Library.  


Journal Entry 16 by wingSqueakyChuwing at Little Free Library of Twinbrook (#7720) - 5811 Vandegrift Avenue in Rockville, Maryland USA on Friday, March 23, 2018

This book has not been rated.

Released 4 mos ago (3/29/2018 UTC) at Little Free Library of Twinbrook (#7720) - 5811 Vandegrift Avenue in Rockville, Maryland USA

WILD RELEASE NOTES:

Hello and welcome to BookCrossing ... where we make the whole world a library!

Now that you've "caught" this book, it is yours to do with as you like. Read it, keep it, or give it away. It's your choice!

I'd love if you'd enter a note here on BookCrossing about this book -- where you found it, how you like it, and/or where you release it. If you join BookCrossing (free and fun), kindly list me, SqueakyChu , or any other journaler on this thread as your referring person. Thank you so much.

Enjoy the book! 


Journal Entry 17 by wing6of8wing at Kensington, Maryland USA on Saturday, June 30, 2018

9 out of 10

I am cleaning out the photos in my phone and checking all the BCIDs to make sure that I made journal entries about them. I am not too surprised that I didn't make an entry on this one. I read it on the day it was given to BCinDC, just hours after I learned my best friend was in terminal liver failure. I do remember really liking this book. I loved the imaginative sidewalk art. And I was touched by the bond between the two main characters. Glad to have read the book and glad to still be able to journal it more than a year later thanks to the magic of cellphones. 


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