2 edition of Slog"s dad found in the catalog.
When Slog"s father died he promised to return for one last visit in the spring, but when Slog spots a scruffy man on a bench outside the butcher shop and identifies him as his father, his best friend Davie is skeptical.
|Statement||David Almond ; illustrated by Dave McKean|
|Contributions||McKean, Dave, ill|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.A448 Slo 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||2010038700|
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I came across Slogs Dad on the recommendation of a 6 year old girl, and must confess now that without her, I never would have picked this book up off the shelf. An interesting hybrid of a graphic novel and a short story, Slogs Dad shines as it demonstrates just how powerful illustration can be, as the punch delivered by Slogs Dad is not only through David Almonds words, but also the double /5().
Slog's dad, Joe Mickley, is a garbageman, who continuously sings hymns while he works and always talks about Heaven. Whenever a problem in this life is mentioned he'll make a comment about it being better in Heaven. Everyone loves Joe.
Then Joe gets a black spot on his big toe and next thing you know he's had his leg removed above the knee and Cited by: 1. David Almond.
David Almond is the highly acclaimed author of Skellig, The Savage, Clay, My Name Is Mina, My Dad's a Birdman, Slog's Dad and many other novels, stories and plays. His books are translated into almost forty languages and are widely adapted for stage and screen.
Artist Dave McKean does something similar in Slog’s Dad, his striking new collaboration with writer David Almond, but McKean’s images move in reverse, opening the book in the farthest reaches of space, where just stars and blackness abound.
Then the Earth, blue-green and marble-sized, appears. Next, we see a larger Earth, then a sketchy map. Slog's Dad is a story by the renowned British author David Almond and is the third of the BritLit kits produced by Russian teachers under the guidance of Alan Pulverness from NILE (Norwich Institute of Language Education).This BritLit kit is aimed at developing interest in and motivation for reading, based on creative exploration of the literary text/5(72).
the book alternates about eight pages illustration with four or five pages of print narrative told from Davie's perspective. you get a peek into where the story is going through the illustrations by McKean before Almond tells you the details. but holy moly - both story styles pack an emotional punch.
the illustrations have a raw simplicity that /5. David Almond is known worldwide as the Michael L. Printz, Carnegie, Whitbread, and Smarties award–winning author of Skellig, Clay, and many other novels, stories, and plays, including The Savage, also illustrated by Dave he was awarded the Hans Christian Andersen Medal.
He lives in Northumberland, England. Dave McKean is a world-renowned artist, designer, and film 3/5(1). Download Book "Slog's Dad" by Author "David Almond" in [PDF] [EPUB]. Original Title ISBN "" published on "".
Get Full eBook File name "" Format Complete Free. Genres: "Childrens, Death, Fantasy, Fiction, Graphic Novels, Picture Books, Sequential Art, Young Adult". The information about Slog's Dad shown above was first featured in "The BookBrowse Review" Slogs dad book BookBrowse's online-magazine that keeps our members abreast of notable and high-profile books publishing in the coming weeks.
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David Almond published it as a short story in a book called So What Kept You. and saw success from critics for the next few years. Dave McKean created (and I stress created, rather than drew or painted) illustrations for the book in About Slog’s Dad.
The ineffable nature of grieving and belief inspires a tender, gritty, and breathtaking work of graphic storytelling from the creators of The Savage. “Slogger, man,” I said. “Your dad’s dead.” “I know that, Davie. But it’s him. He’s come back again, like he. 1 Slog's Dad Introduction Level: Upper-Intermediate Age: 14+ ‘Slog’s Dad’, written by a British writer David Almond (born 15 May ), tells the story of a boy, Slog, who one spring morning sees across the square the figure of his father, who died not long ago.
The story told in words, is slightly more detached, it's the pictures that give you an emotional context to the book. It's the story I have mixed feelings about. I think I understand the intention, but I found certain element quite creepy. This man looks nothing like Slog's Dad and parts of Davie's story seem to imply he is just indeed a random /5(11).
Get this from a library. Slog's dad. [David Almond; Dave McKean] -- When Slog's father died he promised to return for one last visit in the spring, but when Slog spots a scruffy man on a bench outside the butcher shop and identifies him as his father, his best friend.
Valu-Book; Slog's Dad; Slog's Dad. In stock ( copies available) The ineffable nature of grieving and belief inspires a tender, gritty, and breathtaking work of graphic storytelling from the creators of "The Savage." Target age group 10 and up. $; Cover price:. Slog\'s family is Irish Catholic, though I believe the story is taking pacing in England due to the accent used.
Slog\'s dad, Joe Mickley, is a garbageman, who continuously sings hymns while he works and always talks about Heaven.
Whenever a problem in this life is mentioned he\'ll make a comment about it being better in Heaven. Everyone loves Joe/5().
Take a look at the second amazing collaboration from Hans Christian Andersen Medal winner David Almond and visionary artist Dave McKean. The Savage () and Slogs Dad () David Almond and Dave McKean's The Savage and Slog's Dad (Walker Books) are both fusion books which combines elements from picture books, illustrated story books and graphic novels.
For example, in The Savage, panels are created entirely out of window-shutters and s: Frank Miller, Italo Calvino, Brian. Slog's Dad () About book: This book was fantastic. So simple but moving and the illustrations were brilliant. I don't think there is a book by David Almond i have not liked, My Name is Mina & Kit's Wilderness being my favourites.
The story is very short by heart-felt. Eerie, poignant, and masterful, Slog’s Dad is a tale of astonishing power and complexity. Slog’s Dad by David Almond & Dave McKean (as Illustrator). Candlewick Press, US edition * 64 pages, hardcover.
I know there is a lot of debate in the use of the term Graphic Novel over Comic or Long Comic, and sometimes Picture Book. Because Slog says it really is his dad, that’s how. Slog’s Dad is published by Walker Books, with ilustrations by Dave McKean.
It is also included in Half a Creature from the Sea. Books by David Almond. Tags. Illustrated (11) Latest (5) Short stories (5) Prizewinner (3).
Slog's Dad by David Almond, illustrated by Dave McKean, Part story, part graphic novel – a tender slice of life and death from the creators of The Savage. I read a wonderful little book today: Slog's Dad by David Almond, Illustrated by Dave MacKean.
This book reminds me of an excellent chocolate truffle; at only 55 pages, you can't believe it will fill you up, but it contains such weighty themes presented in such a beautiful way that it can leave you pondering for hours.
Slog’s mate Davie isn’t convinced. But how does this man know everything Slog’s dad would know. Because Slog says it really is his dad, that’s how. I have mixed feelings about this book.
Visually it is superb, the style very similar to ‘The Savage’, another Almond and McKean collaboration and I book that I. Slog’s Dad, written by David Almond and illustrated by Dave McKean, is a fascinating story about a boy, Slog, who believes the man on the bench is his ind that his dad died.
Or that the man looks nothing like his father. Narrated by Slog’s unbelieving friend in a North English/Scottish dialect, we hear all of the reasons why it could be Slog’s dad and why it couldn’t be.
LoveReading View on Slog's Dad. Shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal. The Judges said: The different illustrative styles expand the text and the book's message; they amplify the emotions, producing a powerful impact on the uses different media.
Slog's Dad (Book): Almond, David: When Slog's father died he promised to return for one last visit in the spring, but when Slog spots a scruffy man on a bench outside the butcher shop and identifies him as his father, his best friend Davie is skeptical. Slog's Dad (ISBN: ) Award-winning author/ illustrator team David Almond and Dave McKean have followed up The Savage with an equally stunning new book told partly as a graphic novel and partly as a story.
Slog's friend Davie isn't so sure. Can it be that some mysteries are never meant to be solved. And that belief, at times, is its own reward. The acclaimed creators of The Savage reunite for a feat of graphic storytelling that defies categorization.
Eerie, poignant, and masterful, Slog's Dad is a tale of astonishing power and complexity. Slog's Dad is told from the point of view of Davie, whose friend Slog's father has just died of a slow, devouring illness which robbed him of his legs before it robbed him of 's Dad promised on his deathbed that he would return for a visit in the spring.
Slog believes his father's promise implicitly, but Davie is more practical. Slog’s dad had been a binman, a skinny bloke with a creased face and a greasy flat cap. He was always puffing on a Woodbine.
He hung on to the back of the bin wagon as it lurched through the estate, jumped off and on, slung the bins over his shoulder, tipped the muck into the back.
English literature project tasks: 'Imagine that you are an illustrator. Design the front and the back covers of the book.' 'Imagine you are a film director. Draw a storyboard or write a scene-by-scene description to create the film.' 'Dramatize the story.' 'Design a poster or produce a collage for the film “Slog’s Dad”.
Because Slog says it really is his dad, that's how. Publisher: Walker Books Ltd ISBN: Number of pages: 64 Weight: g Dimensions: x x 7 mm MEDIA REVIEWSPages: Eerie, poignant, and masterful, Slog’s Dad is a tale of astonishing power and complexity.
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Parents should be aware of some part of the book noted in the review, and consider age levels. Overall, a fine reading experience. 1 Vatican Flag: Serious caution warranted. Some aspect of this book calls for parental discussion and clarification.
Or topics are serious and may be troubling for sensitive tweenagers. photo by Kaye Duncan. Shortlisted for the THRESHOLDS Feature Writing Competition, Craig Lamont recommends Slog’s Dad – a short story by David Almond.
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Because Slog says it really is his dad, that’s how! Part story, part graphic novel, this is a remarkable and tender slice of life and death from the creators of The Savage.
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