The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane

The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane

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Once, in a house on Egypt Street, there lived a china rabbit named Edward Tulane. The rabbit was very pleased with himself, and for good reason: he was owned by a girl named Abilene, who treated him with the utmost care and adored him completely. And then, one day, he was lost. Kate DiCamillo and Bagram Ibatoulline take us on an extraordinary journey, from the depths of the ocean to the net of a fisherman, from the top of a garbage heap to the fireside of a hobbies' camp, from the bedside of an ailing child to the streets of Memphis. And along the way, we are shown a true miracle -- that even a heart of the most breakable kind can learn to love, to lose, and to love again.
Publisher: [New York] : Listening Library, 2006
Edition: Unabridged
ISBN: 9780739345160
0739345168
Additional Contributors: Ivey, Judith 1951-
Call Number: eAudio

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Juvenile Fiction, Fantasy. Edward is a sophisticated china rabbit that lives with Abilene and her family. While on a cruise, Edward is tossed overboard. This begins his amazing journey where he learns about humility, love and loss. A touching story that will make you feel good.

Author Kate DiCamillo weaves a remarkable story about a self-obsessed china rabbit who learns through many decades of hardship about the healing power of love. The author joins DCL on Saturday, August 22, 2PM at CU South Denver. Get tickets at DCL.org/authors-events.

We will meet on July 13, 2020, 3rd/4th graders. We will discuss the book then create a STEAM project related to the book. Registration opens 6/13/20. Pick a copy of the book up at the Lone Tree Library.

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coffeebookie Oct 20, 2017

Edward Tulane, a china rabbit, becomes lost and learns many valuable lessons through his heartwarming journey. An enduring story that embraces loyalty, friendship, and hope.


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Ebstar
Feb 21, 2021

Good job! However, It's more of a heartbreaker. It's a good read, but if you don't like emotional sagas, I'd not like you wetting the pages with tears. You can read it at any age whatsoever.

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ellenorndorf
Dec 10, 2020

I listened to this book in December during the COVID pandemic. It was truly wonderful along the lines of the Velveteen Rabbit.

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11lbh09
Aug 11, 2020

Another wonderful book by Kate DiCamillo. Great for family and classroom reading. It should be enjoyable for children (ages 7+?) . . . and adults. Her books for this age level are always impeccable; readable and intriguing. She is creative and thoughtful about telling stories with both sadness and happiness. So much to imagine and reflect upon. Kate DiCamillo is one of our best authors; a special gift to all readers.

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BeckyR21
Jan 13, 2020

A lovely book. I absolutely love kids' books that are great for anyone. Edward is a superb character, and his adventures are fascinating and heart wrenching. Highly recommend to anyone with a heart. :)

VaughanPLDonnalee Jan 07, 2020

This is an emotional and thought-provoking book for children, but it is also an entertaining adventure story. Edward Tulane is a china rabbit who belongs to a young girl. He is inadvertently tossed overboard while on an ocean voyage. This is the first of many adventures Edward experiences as he begins a journey that may eventually take him back to where he wants to be. During his adventures, Edward meets many different people and finds himself in many situations. Edward starts off as a cold, unemotional character who is attached to no one, but he changes over his journey and learns to care for others. This is a simple yet captivating story that is beautifully written by a highly acclaimed writer. It is also beautifully illustrated. While the book deals with issues like grief and loss, it is also quite heartwarming and enjoyable overall.

ontherideau Jan 07, 2020

I only wish things had ended better for Bryce.

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Summerday18
Dec 09, 2019

Walking past the children’s section, this title drew me in, with the adorable illustration of the brave bunny walking the long steps toward a lit doorway. The imaginative story of the cranky bunny with a ceramic head and rabbit-fur ears captivated me further. What a dramatic journey as Edward suffers cruelty and hardship, but also enjoys amazing love … and finds that even a ceramic bunny can grow a heart of gold.

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olgaioffina
Jun 16, 2019

It is a great book for kids. I suggest everyone to read this book.

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PizzaRolsBoi
May 20, 2019

I'm reading it at school!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:) It's a great book.

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blue_spider_607
Mar 26, 2019

I think you should read this book because of the amazing things that not only happen to Edward, but to his many families. I also think you should read this book because of the lesson that is learned and the different emotions that Edward goes through. If you are ever looking for a book, read this one!

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Summerday18
Dec 09, 2019

“On his one hundred and eightieth day at the dump, salvation arrived for Edward in a most unusual form. The garbage around him shifted, and the rabbit heard the sniffing and panting of a dog. Then came the frenzied sound of digging. The garbage shifted again, and suddenly, miraculously, the beautiful, buttery light of late afternoon shone on Edward’s face.” (p. 86)

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jmli
Aug 07, 2016

"Someone will come for you, but first you must open your heart. . . ."

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TrueCanadianGirl
Aug 04, 2015

''You disappoint me...''

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precious122
Jun 03, 2014

"I have loved and been loved" Quote by Edward Tulane.

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rosepetal16
Nov 05, 2009

Kate DiCamillo has outdone herself again with this outstanding novel. She knows how to capture the readers hearts in her stories.

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jmli
Aug 13, 2016

A proud rabbit learns to value love after experiencing separation and despair.

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TrueCanadianGirl
Aug 04, 2015

''Edward Tulane is a china rabbit is owned by a little girl who loves him to the end of the earth, but Edward loves nothing and no one. When Edward is lost one day, He bounces to new owners all over until Edward gradually learns to love, loose, and love again.

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tonging
Aug 07, 2014

A self-centered rabbit, who cares for nothing but himself, is forced on journey(by a witch), which teaches him how to love.

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precious122
Jun 03, 2014

This book was about a china rabbit who does not know how to love. When the girl who loves him goes on a cruise, all goes overboard as well as Edward. He goes on several journeys and meets several new people that help him love. With an amazing ending, this is one book you must read to take your heart on a lovely soar of how an inanimate object can learn to love.

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