On the Night You Were Born PDF/EPUB í Night You ePUB

On the Night You Were Born PDF/EPUB í Night You ePUB



10 thoughts on “On the Night You Were Born

  1. Jenn Robertson Jenn Robertson says:

    My daughter was born 4 months premature and only weighed 11 ounces The doctors had never seen a baby like her survive and didn't give us much hope The only thing I could do for my daughter was read to her hoping that it would comfort her in some small way I remember standing in Barnes and Nobles just days after I was released from the hospital looking for something to read her and came across this book I stood there and read thisand I bawled The message that you are a one of a kind miracle just touched me so much So I bought this book and read it nearly everyday of her 14 month hospitalization determined that she was a wonder and no one but her could pull off all she went through Three years later my daughter is indeed a miracle She survived the impossible and is healthy happy little girl now I still read this to her for she is indeed Fearfully and wonderfully made


  2. Archit Ojha Archit Ojha says:

    The purpose of this book is evident It makes one feel better about themselves It is very difficult to find someone who is exactly like you sums up this one for me


  3. KatLynne KatLynne says:

    This book has been a favorite for many years at our house It conveys how special and wanted each child is and celebrates their uniueness On a certain page I whisper each of my little grands names and from 7 yrs down to the 12 month old they love it Highly recommendAn excerpt On the night you were born the moon shone with such wonderthat the stars peeked into see youand the night wind whispered'Life will never be the same'Because there had never beenanyone like youever in the worldSo enchanted with you were the wind and the rainThat they whispered the sound of your wonderful name


  4. Hannah Notess Hannah Notess says:

    Too much text in the text to picture ratio and the message is all the animals and nature and stuff care about you because you are the center of the universe Sorry sweet baby they don't and you aren't Pictures are uite lovely though


  5. Adina Cappell Adina Cappell says:

    This is the literary euivalent of your call is very important to us Basically you're supposed to madly lib the child's name and the kid is subseuently meant to understand that she's so extraordinary that the geese honk all morning and the bears dance all night and heaven plays all kinds of trumpets and horns to commemorate the day of fill in's glorious birth There are surely better ways for children to feel special and loved to appreciate the wondrous beauty of the natural world and to develop the self esteem to realize their passions and talents Children are clever than we think and the eventual disappointment of narcissism unbound is not conducive to their emotional development The trick in life is to learn to be happy productive and grateful while still realizing as Chuck Palahniuk says We are not special We are not crap or trash either We just are


  6. Joe Hess Joe Hess says:

    I was at Sam's Club last Christmas lamenting how the year's business allowed us precious little room for gift giving even though we had made the promise to ourselves to only send gifts to the children in our lives when this book reeled me in Out of the hordes of stacks one typically finds there it somehow magically drew my attention c'mon how do you not notice a pair of dancing polar bears? I read it and a grown man cried in a budget emporium Snatched it right up along with It's Time to Sleep My Love which was illustrated by the author of this book an amazing child's author named Nancy Tillman The two books were my daughter's Christmas presents from me last year and I have read one or both of these books every night at bedtime to her ever since our first daughterfather tradition And that's just what makes this such a gift The illustrations are touching maybe not the sort of artwork that you'd expect at the MFA but it does the expected task of catching a child's attention and fascination and I find it returns a Rockwellian gentleness that is so sorely lacking in our world these days The story? Well I'd like to call attention to two other reviews here for perspective one by Jenn Robertson and one by Adina Cappell Jenn's review clearly shows that she sees the magic of the book that it affirms the uniue beauty of a child whose hold on life at an early age was tenuous and if you share the same view that a child should be celebrated at every moment no matter how difficult the moment or how sappy the celebration then you will love this book Adina on the other hand well let's just say I won't be inviting her to any children's birthday parties any time soon Not critiuing her right to choose how to treat a child but she clearly is of the We should get our children prepared for the realities of life crowd and as such a story of giddy celebration of life is rendered moot and if you're of a like mind this is clearly not the book you want the children in your life to grow up reading I choose to celebrate the precious life we've been given to be silly and grateful for the time I am given with my daughter and the reading of this story is a cherished moment in my day My daughter loves it too at first she was uncooperative about being read to but as the routine grew so did her attitude towards it and now when I pull the books out her face lights up and she forgets whatever she was doing it's now daddy and daughter time It has made our bedtime routine much easier to slip into I usually give her one book to thumb through while I read her the other and though she enjoys playing with the book given to her she is clearly glued to the story being read and often than not once I'm done reading to her she either takes the book from my hand and gives it to mommy to read or she takes the other book and gives it to one of us to read Either way her appreciation for reading time is clearly there which is exactly what we seek to accomplish with storytime The only downside to these wonderful books is trying to take them away from her after storytime is done she knows that putting the books away means the end of storytime and she does not let that time end without a fightTo sum up this book is not just about the heartwarming celebration of children it's a terrific tradition creator and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a uality read to pass down the generations


  7. Erica Erica says:

    Am I the only one creeped out by the worshipful tone of this book?


  8. Marie Marie says:

    This is one of the most wonderfully inspirational books I have ever read musn't forget to encourage our 'very young people' to read and to appreciate the beauty of the traditional BOOK Nancy Tillman's series does just that On the Night You Were Born is beautifully done The prose is poetically preciousOn the Night You Were Born the moon smiled with such wonder that the stars peeked in to see you and the night wind whispered Life will never be the sameand the illustrations are breathtaking A first time grandmother I was looking for the perfect introduction to books for the 9mo old They're never to young I 'discovered' Nancy Tillman while rummaging through a Barnes and Noble brick and mortar store The cover illustration and title caught my eye and I sat weeping as I travelled through the pages of this bookThis is a lovely heartwarming book for children but really for anyone of any age I've always given books to my own daughters and I know baby's mother will just love sharing this with her own and as many baby's as she can


  9. Meagan Meagan says:

    I like the idea behind this book but I think the message is overdone We certainly celebrate love and cherish our son but contrary to the message of this book he is not the center of the universe We don't want him to think he is because so often that sentiment turns to self centeredness and a disregard for others


  10. Kate Kate says:

    This is a children’s book that has a slow lyrical majestical uality to it It is a book that emphasizes to children that no matter where they are they are loved


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On the Night You Were Born ☀ [PDF / Epub] ★ On the Night You Were Born By Nancy Tillman ✍ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk On the night you were born the moon smiled with such wonder that the stars peeked in to see you and the night wind whispered Life will never be the same On the night Night You ePUB ✓ you were born the moon smiled with such wonder that the stars peeked in to see you and the night wind whispered Life will never be the same.

10 thoughts on “On the Night You Were Born

  1. Jenn Robertson Jenn Robertson says:

    My daughter was born 4 months premature and only weighed 11 ounces The doctors had never seen a baby like her survive and didn't give us much hope The only thing I could do for my daughter was read to her hoping that it would comfort her in some small way I remember standing in Barnes and Nobles just days after I was released from the hospital looking for something to read her and came across this book I stood there and read thisand I bawled The message that you are a one of a kind miracle just touched me so much So I bought this book and read it nearly everyday of her 14 month hospitalization determined that she was a wonder and no one but her could pull off all she went through Three years later my daughter is indeed a miracle She survived the impossible and is healthy happy little girl now I still read this to her for she is indeed Fearfully and wonderfully made

  2. Archit Ojha Archit Ojha says:

    The purpose of this book is evident It makes one feel better about themselves It is very difficult to find someone who is exactly like you sums up this one for me

  3. KatLynne KatLynne says:

    This book has been a favorite for many years at our house It conveys how special and wanted each child is and celebrates their uniueness On a certain page I whisper each of my little grands names and from 7 yrs down to the 12 month old they love it Highly recommendAn excerpt On the night you were born the moon shone with such wonderthat the stars peeked into see youand the night wind whispered'Life will never be the same'Because there had never beenanyone like youever in the worldSo enchanted with you were the wind and the rainThat they whispered the sound of your wonderful name

  4. Hannah Notess Hannah Notess says:

    Too much text in the text to picture ratio and the message is all the animals and nature and stuff care about you because you are the center of the universe Sorry sweet baby they don't and you aren't Pictures are uite lovely though

  5. Adina Cappell Adina Cappell says:

    This is the literary euivalent of your call is very important to us Basically you're supposed to madly lib the child's name and the kid is subseuently meant to understand that she's so extraordinary that the geese honk all morning and the bears dance all night and heaven plays all kinds of trumpets and horns to commemorate the day of fill in's glorious birth There are surely better ways for children to feel special and loved to appreciate the wondrous beauty of the natural world and to develop the self esteem to realize their passions and talents Children are clever than we think and the eventual disappointment of narcissism unbound is not conducive to their emotional development The trick in life is to learn to be happy productive and grateful while still realizing as Chuck Palahniuk says We are not special We are not crap or trash either We just are

  6. Joe Hess Joe Hess says:

    I was at Sam's Club last Christmas lamenting how the year's business allowed us precious little room for gift giving even though we had made the promise to ourselves to only send gifts to the children in our lives when this book reeled me in Out of the hordes of stacks one typically finds there it somehow magically drew my attention c'mon how do you not notice a pair of dancing polar bears? I read it and a grown man cried in a budget emporium Snatched it right up along with It's Time to Sleep My Love which was illustrated by the author of this book an amazing child's author named Nancy Tillman The two books were my daughter's Christmas presents from me last year and I have read one or both of these books every night at bedtime to her ever since our first daughterfather tradition And that's just what makes this such a gift The illustrations are touching maybe not the sort of artwork that you'd expect at the MFA but it does the expected task of catching a child's attention and fascination and I find it returns a Rockwellian gentleness that is so sorely lacking in our world these days The story? Well I'd like to call attention to two other reviews here for perspective one by Jenn Robertson and one by Adina Cappell Jenn's review clearly shows that she sees the magic of the book that it affirms the uniue beauty of a child whose hold on life at an early age was tenuous and if you share the same view that a child should be celebrated at every moment no matter how difficult the moment or how sappy the celebration then you will love this book Adina on the other hand well let's just say I won't be inviting her to any children's birthday parties any time soon Not critiuing her right to choose how to treat a child but she clearly is of the We should get our children prepared for the realities of life crowd and as such a story of giddy celebration of life is rendered moot and if you're of a like mind this is clearly not the book you want the children in your life to grow up reading I choose to celebrate the precious life we've been given to be silly and grateful for the time I am given with my daughter and the reading of this story is a cherished moment in my day My daughter loves it too at first she was uncooperative about being read to but as the routine grew so did her attitude towards it and now when I pull the books out her face lights up and she forgets whatever she was doing it's now daddy and daughter time It has made our bedtime routine much easier to slip into I usually give her one book to thumb through while I read her the other and though she enjoys playing with the book given to her she is clearly glued to the story being read and often than not once I'm done reading to her she either takes the book from my hand and gives it to mommy to read or she takes the other book and gives it to one of us to read Either way her appreciation for reading time is clearly there which is exactly what we seek to accomplish with storytime The only downside to these wonderful books is trying to take them away from her after storytime is done she knows that putting the books away means the end of storytime and she does not let that time end without a fightTo sum up this book is not just about the heartwarming celebration of children it's a terrific tradition creator and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a uality read to pass down the generations

  7. Erica Erica says:

    Am I the only one creeped out by the worshipful tone of this book?

  8. Marie Marie says:

    This is one of the most wonderfully inspirational books I have ever read musn't forget to encourage our 'very young people' to read and to appreciate the beauty of the traditional BOOK Nancy Tillman's series does just that On the Night You Were Born is beautifully done The prose is poetically preciousOn the Night You Were Born the moon smiled with such wonder that the stars peeked in to see you and the night wind whispered Life will never be the sameand the illustrations are breathtaking A first time grandmother I was looking for the perfect introduction to books for the 9mo old They're never to young I 'discovered' Nancy Tillman while rummaging through a Barnes and Noble brick and mortar store The cover illustration and title caught my eye and I sat weeping as I travelled through the pages of this bookThis is a lovely heartwarming book for children but really for anyone of any age I've always given books to my own daughters and I know baby's mother will just love sharing this with her own and as many baby's as she can

  9. Meagan Meagan says:

    I like the idea behind this book but I think the message is overdone We certainly celebrate love and cherish our son but contrary to the message of this book he is not the center of the universe We don't want him to think he is because so often that sentiment turns to self centeredness and a disregard for others

  10. Kate Kate says:

    This is a children’s book that has a slow lyrical majestical uality to it It is a book that emphasizes to children that no matter where they are they are loved

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