The Umbrella

The Umbrella A little dog finds an umbrella in the garden on a windy day The moment the dog picks up the umbrella it catches the wind and pulls the dog skywards This is the start to fantastic journey around the w

  • Title: The Umbrella
  • Author: Ingrid Schubert Dieter Schubert
  • ISBN: 9781935954002
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A little dog finds an umbrella in the garden on a windy day The moment the dog picks up the umbrella, it catches the wind and pulls the dog skywards This is the start to fantastic journey around the world The wind carries the umbrellas and the dog all over the world, from the desert to the sea, from the jungle to the north pole.

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      Ingrid Schubert is a German author who writes children s books together with her husband, Dieter Schubert.

    249 thoughts on “The Umbrella

    • Gorgeous art that makes the adventure seem plausible. Easy to 'read' even for those of us who have trouble with wordless stories. Well, except for the perpetuation of the myth that whales exhale water (which doesn't even make sense, so I've no idea how that started). Such a charmer. I will continue to consider more by the Schuberts.

    • What a beautiful story with the words left to you and your audience's imagination. The Umbrella is a picture book containing no words for nursery aged children. I gave this book 4 stars because when reading it I loved the rare reaction my children had. The story is of a little puppy who decided to investigate a red umbrella. Because of the magnificent pictures, it is clear that it is fall and very windy. The wind picks the puppy and the umbrella up and takes them on an adventure around the world [...]

    • Around the world on an umbrella with a little help from some friends. I think I liked the sleepy-with-the-bats page and the underwater page the best. Library copy jacket flap is taped down over the punchline on the endpapers: the dog leaving the umbrella where he found it, and a cat coming upon it there.

    • This Dutch import is a delightful wordless wonder. I love everything this couple has done. They are superb picture book creators.

    • This is a lovely wordless picture book, for kids, and for everyone. The adventure of a black puppy with and umbrella. A great PB often speaks to all the readers, regardless of their identity, age. This book is of them. No matter who you are, there is something to take home from this book.The visual language that Schubert used is effective. Simple watercolor, not an overwhelmingly amount of details, but enough for the readers to explore and wander. Color space within each page has been handled we [...]

    • Intended for children ages 3-7, "The Umbrella" received the 2012 Outstanding International Best Book of the Year Award, and The United States Board on Books for Young People (USBBY) Award. It tells a wondrously illustrated story of a little black dog who finds a red umbrella, and is carried away by it on an unforgettable journey through the world. A child enraptured in this wordless adventure will fill the quiet with their own descriptions, story and sounds. As the little canine protagonist find [...]

    • It all begins on a dark, windy day when a dog, who is being carefully watched by a cat, finds an umbrella. This umbrella takes him on an adventure, acting much like the magic carpet in Aladdin, from his little town to Africa, where danger lurks. Throughout his adventure on the umbrella, he is guided and helped. It's a cute story with vibrant colors and a diversity of animals and lands. The artwork is beautiful. It is alive and shows movement. The trees move with the wind, the animals move toward [...]

    • This is a cute little story -- I love geography-themed children's books, familiarizing children with the way other places look. This one is maybe a bit limited (or a lot), but it's cute and simple and fun to look at.

    • The umbrella has never seemed this magical, since Mary Poppins first used one to fly to Number Seventeen Cherry-Tree Lane on the East Wind. But in "The Umbrella," by Ingrid & Dieter Schubert the curious dog who comes across an unattended red parasol seems to have less navigational skill than the beloved nanny. Indeed, he is whisked off on a journey around the world, "from the desert to the sea, from the jungle to the North Pole."But the resourceful pooch quickly learns the ropes, turning the [...]

    • A wordless story told in vivid images, this book will whirl readers into an adventure. A small dog finds a red umbrella and sails up in the autumn breeze into the air. He walks on the clouds, visits Africa with its elephants and alligators, yikes! Off he heads into the air again, carried this time to the expanse of the ocean where his umbrella serves as a boat. Until that is, he sinks down below the surface only to be blown high from a whale’s spout. He is carried into the jungle in a strong b [...]

    • My favorite books growing up were oftentimes simple picture books. Before I could ever read and even into adulthood the most creative and imaginative moments always came after reading wordless books. The Umbrella, by Ingrid Schubert, is an incredible picture book that starts off with a dog and cat sitting outside on a sidewalk. It is a very windy day and the trees and leaves are blowing everywhere. The dog sees a red umbrella and decides to pick it up. Because it is so windy he is flown into the [...]

    • A beautifully illustrated picture book, The Umbrella invites young readers to follow the adventures of a small Scottie dog and his red umbrella in a tale entirely told in pictures. I like these wordless pictures books every now and then. This is because a child and an adult can really talk about what is happening in each picture. The child and the adult could name the dog if they wanted to, and make up more stories about the Scottie's adventures even when the book is finished. Also, wordless pic [...]

    • I'm not a fan of wordless picture books, though some of them have gorgeous illustrations and so are nice to flip the pages of. But ones that supposedly tell a story just leave me cold. I was quite surprised, therefore, to enjoy this (on having a look when it came into the bookshop in which I work), and so I got a copy from the library to look at with the grandchildren.I rather thought they'd enjoy it. The little dog goes on a world trip thanks to the wind and an umbrella, and we've looked quite [...]

    • The Umbrella is about a little black dog who finds a red umbrella in the woods on a blustery fall day. He goes on many adventures with this umbrella throughout the course of the book. One recurring motif in this book is the red umbrella and the little black dog who is hanging on for dear life. The illustrator uses perspective and image zones to show us the size of the little dog and the umbrella compared with a large scene or other animals. Two pages are meant to be viewed as one big, full bleed [...]

    • A fun wordless picture book about a little dog who gets whisked away one windy day on an umbrella. Kids will enjoy creating their own narrative for the furry adventurer and giggle at many of his unlikely predicaments.

    • More reviews on my blog: Books for KidsEvery now and again I come across a picture book that blows me away (pun intended) with its originality. Entirely wordless, this story of a little black dog and his adventure with the umbrella is beautifully illustrated. The story flows from one picture to the next, and you realize that no words are needed, because the pictures do a better job at telling the dog's story than words could ever do. The artwork is breathtaking. When a story relies entirely on p [...]

    • This was reminiscent of David Wiesner's books - a wordless, beautifully illustrated story that's told entirely through the pictures. A little black dog finds a red umbrella propped up against a tree trunk, grasps it, and is caught up by the wind, which blows him around the world. Many adventures later, he returns to his starting place (there's even an arrow through the umbrella! DANGER!), where he carefully replaces the umbrella. Is it ready for its next daring explorer? Fun and whimsical. Kids [...]

    • The Umbrella, written and illustrated by Ingrid & Dieter Schubert, is 40 page children’s wordless book published by Lemniscaat USA in 2011. It was written for first through third grade. This book with its’ wonderful illustrations takes us on a journey around the world via the seven continents. The illustrations capture the feel of each continent’s infamous geography. Lots of regional plants and animals come to life with each page and can be easily identified. Because it is wordless, wo [...]

    • There's a lot of skill in this, particularly with regards to composition. I imagine it would be a ripper to use in the classroom to generate kids' ideas and to get them writing and storytelling. I loved the parts of some of the compositions where elements were unclear and suggestive. (Such as the sharks in the underwater scene, and even the little cat sitting in tiny attentiveness on the opening departure and the closing return scenes.) And the spread with the whale spouting is just fabulous – [...]

    • Wow, what a terrific adventure tale. In a wordless picture book, it’s good to look carefully. I’m still not sure I noticed every detail, but found things I’d missed on the third time through. It’s a story of a curious little dog who in the swirling windy day in autumn, notices a red umbrella, and off he goes! He travels the world, gets into some scary situations, but is saved each time, often by surprising things. You’ll need to see the book to thoroughly appreciate the creativity and [...]

    • Text-to-text: This book relates to Mirror, because they both seem to broaden a student's horizon and intrigue them about the world in general with the beautiful illustrations.Text-to-self: The Umbrella is so captivating with its illustrations that it encourages readers to use their imagination and possibly fulfill their dreams about places they want to visit.Text-to-world: This book would be good for asking young children questions about where they think the dog is in a particular picture, and y [...]

    • International book - originally published as De paraplu. This is a beautiful, wordless picture book in which a dog finds a red umbrella which whisks him into the air on an adventure around the world where he meets many animals and experiences a variety of climates, before finding his way back home. On the final end page, he puts the umbrella back where he finds it and we see a cat looking at it.

    • This world less picture book is about a dog who finds an umbrella in a garden on a windy day. The moment the dog picks up the umbrella, it catches the wind and pulls the dog skywards. This is the beginning of a fantastic journey around the world. The wind carries the umbrellas and the dog all over the world. One thing i really liked about this book was the pictures, they are very vivid. I would definitely recommend this book!

    • A little dog finds an umbrella in the garden on a windy day. The moment the dog picks up the umbrella, it catches the wind and pulls the dog skywards. This is the start to fantastic journey around the world. The wind carries the umbrellas and the dog all over the world, from the desert to the sea, from the jungle to the North Pole. A wordless picture book that tells a thousand stories."--Jacket flap.

    • A little dog finds an umbrella in the garden on a windy day. The moment the dog picks up the umbrella, it catches the wind and pulls the dog skywards. This is the start to fantastic journey around the world. The wind carries the umbrellas and the dog all over the world, from the desert to the sea, from the jungle to the north pole.SubjectsUmbrellas -- Juvenile fiction.Dogs -- Juvenile fictionStories without words

    • This is another one of those great ones that has no words but it's still a good story. The little black dog finds a pretty red umbrella and the wind blows him away to all these adventures, and he almost gets eaten and attacked and drowned but then he rides it through the snow and it blows him back to where he started, and now it's the CAT'S turn, except he just wants to scratch the umbrella and ruin it, because that's what cats do.A great one!

    • This wordless picturebook is a great tool for any classroom from grades 1-3. Can be used for predictions; where will he go next? Also for inferring, what is happening in the story that you can tell by his facial expressions? Follow the dog on his journey around the world, as he flies from place to place on the gusts of wind that carry his umbrella.

    • When a little black dog finds an umbrella, he is blown away and has adventures around the world. Settings range from clouds, to the African savannah, to under the sea. At the end, he ends up safe at home again. Beautiful paintings (watercolor?) illustrate this wordless story. One page where the little dog is using the red umbrella like a boat, riding a wave, is reminiscent of Hokusai's Mt. Fuji.

    • A little dog finds a seemingly harmless umbrella, only to discover it has a mind of its own. Our hero goes on a tour of the planet, from arctic ice to African Serengeti. This beautifully cinematic book (originally published in the Netherlands) makes a wordless statement with page after page of impressive vistas. -T

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