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Thinking Outside the Book: Tall Story by Beacon School, Manila

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You can never underestimate how thrilling it is for a children's author to see creative responses to her stories. I was amazed and moved by the thinking and care that these sixth graders from Beacon School in Manila put into their creations responding to my novel Tall Story. Thank you, children - you are AMAZING. And thank you teachers, for inspiring and enabling them to read my book. With thanks to Trixie Heredia Madamba who shared these images with me.

Read my blog post on http://www.candygourlay.com/2014/11/postcards-to-spike-sixth-graders-of.html

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Thinking Outside the Book: Tall Story by Beacon School, Manila

  1. 1. THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOOK Featuring the awesome work of sixth graders from beacon school Manila (2014)
  2. 2. Book cover – the back cover reviews are wri1en by classmates!
  3. 3. I AM THE BLAME A comic based on Tall Story
  4. 4. ‘Something happens and we take responsibility for it … Bernardo learned to let go of his burden.’
  5. 5. ‘I don’t have to take the blame.’
  6. 6. ‘And the truth is, even though I didn’t know him, I have missed him just as much as he missed me.’
  7. 7. ‘You can count on me. I am your brother. And I’ve loved you forever and ever.’
  8. 8. ‘Bernardo was a blessing and they came to realize that they needed him.’
  9. 9. ‘I was glad because I like Bernardo exactly the way he is.’
  10. 10. ‘Being apart from his family made Bernardo feel incomplete.’
  11. 11. ‘Stone, let this pipsqueak turn into a Bernardo Carpio.’
  12. 12. ‘Did magic really cause me to grow tall?’
  13. 13. The wishing stone: Be careful what you wish for.
  14. 14. ‘It felt like I was carrying the weight of the world.’
  15. 15. ‘Suddenly it was as if Terminal 3 had turned into a sea of eyeballs.’
  16. 16. With thanks to Trixie Heredia Madamba for showing me this work. I LOVE THEM ALL! Candy Gourlay candygourlay.com

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