The Man Who Walked Between the Towers

by Moricai Gerstein | Children's Books |
ISBN: 0439705878 Global Overview for this book
Registered by quietorchid of Saint Paul, Minnesota USA on 11/14/2015
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Journal Entry 1 by quietorchid from Saint Paul, Minnesota USA on Saturday, November 14, 2015
A Caldecott Award winning account of Phillippe Petit's walk between the World Trade Center Towers (now known as the Twin Towers). A book of wonder and celebration that such a thing could happen, and that memory of grace and joy remains long after 9/11.

Registered in honor of the people of France.

Fly far little book!

Journal Entry 2 by quietorchid at Saint Paul, Minnesota USA on Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Released 4 yrs ago (11/18/2015 UTC) at Saint Paul, Minnesota USA

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Sent to France in remembrance, commiseration, and support.

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Journal Entry 3 by wingIndy2012wing at Strasbourg, Alsace France on Thursday, November 26, 2015
He walked between the towers and crossed the ocean : welcome in France, little man. Enjoy every day.
And thank you Quietorchid for this book.
Among all the sorrow and the worries, just ...
Imagine all the people
Living life in peace

Released 4 yrs ago (12/8/2015 UTC) at Le Petit Châtelet [ex. OBCZ, FERMÉ] in -Paris 1er, Ile-de-France France

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Un livre-témoignage, empli de vie, de poésie et d'espoir.
Les dessins sont très beaux, le dernier est le plus émouvant : la réverbération des deux tours dans la mémoire des hommes.
Un livre que j'emmène tout naturellement à Paris, et qui je l'espère voyagera longtemps, en hommage à toutes les victimes d'attentats.
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Journal Entry 5 by katalobonga at La Garenne-Colombes, Ile-de-France France on Wednesday, December 09, 2015
Taken at the regular meet up in Paris.
Thank you for bringing it.
Thank you for your support.

Released 4 yrs ago (1/12/2016 UTC) at Le Petit Châtelet [ex. OBCZ, FERMÉ] in -Paris 1er, Ile-de-France France

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Merci pour votre solidarité.
Bonne lecture !

Journal Entry 7 by wingFlorence71wing at Fontenay-sous-Bois, Ile-de-France France on Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Taken and read on the way to my home yesterday after the monthly parisian meet up. It will be going to another BC at the next parisian meet up. Thanks for the sharing !

Released 4 yrs ago (2/9/2016 UTC) at Quelque part dans le 1er arrondissement in -Paris 1er, Ile-de-France France

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Libéré dans le cadre de notre rencontre mensuelle à notre OBCZ du Petit Châtelet

Journal Entry 9 by wingtenscentpistolwing at Paris, Ile-de-France France on Wednesday, June 15, 2016
Took it with me at the Parisian meet up. I've been told it had to travel. And it has to indeed!
Read it on the tube on my way back home.
Nice artwork, colours. Thank you for sharing.

Journal Entry 10 by wingtenscentpistolwing at The Drink Doctor in -Paris 1er, Ile-de-France France on Monday, July 30, 2018

Released 1 yr ago (7/31/2018 UTC) at The Drink Doctor in -Paris 1er, Ile-de-France France

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After travelling among my friends, it's time to let Philippe Petit fly again.
Happy reading!

Journal Entry 11 by wingboudie-martinewing at Plön, Schleswig-Holstein Germany on Tuesday, July 31, 2018
I took this BD von Mordicai Gerstein with me at the Parisian meet up today, read it in the train, and enjoy it, because I saw a few years ago a film in the TV about Philippe Petits Twin Towers walk. It was really a Incredible performance!
I'll take this grafik novel with me back to Germany. Another country for this travellings book (USA, France, Germany).
Thank you for sharing, tenscentpistol!

Sorry for my englisch, I'm French, live now in Germany, and... my englisch in the school is such a long time ago :)))

Journal Entry 12 by wingboudie-martinewing at Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein Germany on Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Released 9 mos ago (8/20/2019 UTC) at Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein Germany

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Ich wollte das Buch nicht einfach so freilassen und habe gewartet, bis ich eine Person finde, die sich wirklich dafür interessiert. Nun habe ich es heute beim Meetup in Kiel an Beithe weitergegeben.
Ich hoffe, es wird Dir auch gut gefallen :)

Journal Entry 13 by Beithe at -- irgendwo in Schleswig-Holstein, Schleswig-Holstein Germany on Tuesday, August 20, 2019
Ich habe das Buch heute vom Meetup mitgenommen.
Ich werde es bestimmt bald lesen. Und nicht in der Wildnis freilassen. Versprochen.

Journal Entry 14 by Beithe at -- irgendwo in Schleswig-Holstein, Schleswig-Holstein Germany on Sunday, September 29, 2019
Schöne erzählt und schön gezeichnet.

Journal Entry 15 by Zartbitter at Mohrkirch, Schleswig-Holstein Germany on Thursday, February 06, 2020
Read it at a meetup in Flenburg, Germany. Did not take it with me. Wonderful story with nice and suitable drawings. Thanks for sharing!

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