The mountains of tibet by mordicai gerstein
The Mountains of Tibet by Mordicai GersteinIn a tiny village, high in the mountains of Tibet, lives a woodcutter. All his life he has longed to travel to faraway places, to see the world. But he grows old without ever leaving the mountian. When he dies, he is suddenly offered the chance to live another life, in any form he wants, anywhere in the galaxies. Carefully he decides... and finds himself in a place he never thought he would choose.
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Please see my disclosure policy for more information. School is out and our youngsters are settling into a new summer routine of sleeping in and hopefully doing some exploring and discovering. With the hectic days of summer just beginning, oftentimes one of the first habit to go by the wayside is the habit of daily reading. Reading is important, but so is helping our young readers learn about other cultures, religions and traditions through the pages of these books. In the wonderful book, The Mountains of Tibet by Mordicai Gerstein, the young boy living in the mountains of Tibet lived a wonderful life of flying kites, hard work, a loving family, and peace. When he died, which is the natural progression of life, he rose into the sky where he was given the choice to move on to Heaven or choose to live another life as anything he wanted to be and anywhere in the world.
Mordicai Gerstein born November 24, in Los Angeles, California is an American artist, writer, and film director, best known for illustrating and writing children's books. He illustrated the comic mystery fiction series Something Queer is Going On , to , written by Elizabeth Levy. Gerstein won the Caldecott Medal for U. Gerstein lives in Westhampton, Massachusetts. Gerstein has written and illustrated the following books,: .