The Little Blue Kite

The Little Blue Kite Review

We all have fears, but if we can’t face the small ones how will we face the big ones? Kai is afraid to fly a little blue kite. But Kai is also very, very brave, and overcoming this small fear will lead him on a great adventure.

Remember: all great adventures start with one little moment. You know the one. It’s like a gentle breeze whispering in your ear what you already know by heart:

not even the sky is the limit . . .

Title:The Little Blue Kite

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    The Little Blue Kite Reviews

  • karen

    i am a monster.review to come. ...

  • Jesse

    Mark Z. Danielewski (who I'll call MZD as who wants to repeatedly spell out Danielewski) is a wizard with formal invention and always a joy to read. I have enjoyed all his work immensely with The Fami...

  • Chris Via

    Check out my review: https://www.raintaxi.com/volume-25-nu...-------------Update (1/31/2020): Shame on me for not finishing off Redwood first, as The Little Blue Kite comes from p. 742. Very cleve...

  • Jessica Nelson

    Talk about a book that's got something for people of all ages. A beautiful story, told in three ways. That's not counting what the art has to tell you, either....

  • Rod Brown

    No one has ever impressed me by hiding the name of a major collaborator until the last page. The name of artist Regina M. Gonzalez is not noted anywhere on the cover, title page or verso page. Daniele...

  • KC

    This author is known for his mind-bending stories, fonts, and graphics. This book holds no exception. Although classified as an adult graphic novel, this book about anxiety and overcoming it can be en...

  • Miles Woodfield

    I cant stop talking about this book. Ive been teaching special education literature for almost a decade and it has fast become one of my favorites to read both to my biological kids and my students al...

  • Billy

    Mark Z Danielewski free gain does not disappoint. Reading the three stories in order from shortest to longest is watching a flower slowly unfold in your hands. This is a children's book, but that does...

  • Dreebs Thornhill

    Danielewski shows his ability to write for all ages in this soul warming tale. A story of fear, dread, and self transcended that even the little ones can appreciate. I would have appreciated this stor...

  • Daniel Williams

    An absolutely beautiful book that will be a fun read aloud to kids of all ages, and adults as well! There’s a lot to read in these 96 pages, and multiple ways to do so!...