Jellybeans (2020)

Jellybeans George a young rabbit gets a message from his pal Oscar a cat How about going to the park to eat jellybeans And so the two friends meet up and have a hilarious poignant and surprisingly trenchant
  • Title: Jellybeans
  • Author: Sylvia van Ommen
  • ISBN: 9781596430358
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Hardcover
  • George, a young rabbit, gets a message from his pal Oscar, a cat How about going to the park to eat jellybeans And so the two friends meet up and have a hilarious, poignant, and surprisingly trenchant discussion about the existence of heaven, and what might or might not go on there, while munching on their favorite food, jellybeans Funny, winsome, with a touch of FrogGeorge, a young rabbit, gets a message from his pal Oscar, a cat How about going to the park to eat jellybeans And so the two friends meet up and have a hilarious, poignant, and surprisingly trenchant discussion about the existence of heaven, and what might or might not go on there, while munching on their favorite food, jellybeans Funny, winsome, with a touch of Frog and Toad, this little book is an absolute delight.
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    One Reply to “Jellybeans”

    1. Two friends head off to the park to talk, snack, and relax Over jellybeans and hot chocolate, the pair ends up discussing, guessing, and wondering about heaven I m going if you re going, that s for sure Such a warm, cute, touching yet serious exchange on the afterlife that will make you smile and wonder yourself The power of this story truly snuck up on me A pure, sweet delight 2 14 12

    2. My daughter picked this at the library, thinking it was about jellybeans because the title is jellybeans , we took it home Well, it s not about jellybeans It s about death and the afterlife WHAT Um, ok Putting aside the misleading title, still not a good book Weird format, bland illustrations, and a morose discussion Stupid.

    3. bizarre book, definitely not what i expected it s possible that there should be a disclaimer on it or something.

    4. Not at all what I was expecting when I picked the book up based on the title and cover If someone needs to talk about heaven with their child, this is a nice book to help get the conversation started The illustrations are simple and lighthearted for a difficult topic.

    5. Sweets by Sylvia van OmmenI can t help but like this book, although I do find it to be somewhat unusual all part of its charm , and I ll admit right away that I m not sure I would ever use it in a classroom situation The black and white nature of the book at first seems like it may detract from the visual appeal, however the simple line drawings are charming and manage to be full of character This book reads a little like an adult newspaper comic strip, one of those that uses cartoon techniques [...]

    6. I liked the drawings in this one It s about a rabbit and a cat who meet in the park to eat jellybeans and drink hot chocolate, and how they ll meet in heaven if there is one I think they will but if they don t, it s ok They re both nice and will make other friends I really really love this one so much that we are buying it That way someone else can get it from the library and they ll like it too, and I can read it any time I want to.

    7. My four year old daughter picked this up after seeing it on a table at the library It s very sparse and focused in a subtle way as two friends a rabbit and a cat tackle the big questions during an afternoon hanging out and eating jellybeans An excellent introduction to the concept of an afterlife and how friendship never dies Five stars.

    8. I found this book quite charming and fun I am having a hard time seeing why it has such a low rating It is a bit sad how it talks about death, and it is a bit controversial in talking about heaving, but it does revolve around friendship and food.

    9. Definitely too mature for my 14 month old son I was a bit confused at the beginning, until I realized that the two characters were text messaging each other isn t that strange for a picture book It could be a good segue for talking about death life after death with your child.

    10. Very quirky and European I think this book is open ended enough to be appreciated by kids and adults My kids liked the jellybeans and hot chocolate friendship story, while I appreciated it as an odd Waiting for Godot sort of thing I have no idea what the author intended with this book

    11. Totally weird It was with all the kids books, but I can t see any reason a kid would be interested I had to switch the words because I didn t need to be reading stuff about dying and heaven to my 3 year old Bizarre book I am flummoxed as to how it even got published.

    12. Right from the beginning, I was put off by the two animal friends texting each other on cell phones Then the pop theology started, and I almost stopped reading But I kept reading because I didn t want to miss the ending just in case it had any redeeming qualities, but it didn t.

    13. Waiting for Godot meets jelly beans, a rabbit and a cat I liked this book and its What if What might be discussion about heaven and afterlife possibilities Not enough children s books explore these types of open ended discussions.

    14. Picked up a book named Jellybeans, featuring a cat and a bunny Not expecting a hard left turn into existential inquiry But was pretty great Kids did not care for it.

    15. This is a little gem of a book about friendship now and forever Understated, yet charming pictures convey the gentle emotions I rarely buy books, but I ordered a copy of this one.

    16. Title in English Sweets Available in English from Winged Chariot Press.This book is utterly charming Among the top 5 picture books I ve ever read.

    17. Odd picture book involving two animals texting each other to meet in the park with jellybeans and hot chocolate, then it goes into discussion about life after death and will they meet up again.

    18. Don t let the cover fool you, there is no color in the drawings They are good though.Story didn t really work for me.

    19. Oscar and George meet in the park and talk about heaven over jellybeans and hot chocolate Open ended and non preachy.

    20. Two friends, a rabbit and a cat, speculate about what heaven will be like as they enjoy a visit to the park.

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