Published March 1973
by Houghton Mifflin Company .
Written in English
|Contributions||Harold West (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||102|
Old Ramon is the sixth and final studio album by American indie rock band Red House Painters, released on Ap on Sub ally completed in , band leader Mark Kozelek had to wait until to release the album. The band had previously been signed to Island/Supreme Records, but a series of major label mergers in the late '90s left the band without a : Folk rock, slowcore. Get this from a library! Old Ramon. [Jack Schaefer; Hal West] -- A wise old shepherd teaches a young boy lessons about survival, bravery, wisdom, and friendship as he shows him how to care for a flock of sheep in the harsh Mojave Desert. This children’s book is definitely from another time and place; one could even consider it historical fiction– how many people now are shepherds in the ranges of the Mojave desert? The language in the book is straightforward, without any fat on it, as we follow Old Ramon and the young boy who has been sent to learn about sheep from him. A Newberry Honor book, suitable for young adult reading. p. Book. Seller Inventory # More information about this seller | Contact this seller Old Ramon.
Awarded a Newbery Honor, Old Ramon tells the timeless coming-of-age story of a young boy who spends a summer with an old shepherd in the Mojave Desert. He leaves his textbooks behind for real life lessons with Ramon as his mentor. He learns not only how to care for the sheep but how to overcome fear, how to face death and responsibility, and the difference between being alone 3/5(1). At over 70 minutes with just ten songs, Old Ramon-- named after a Spanish children's book-- might seem a tad overlong, but it actually enhances the 8/ For the young reader the combination of an old man, a boy, and a dog are almost irresistible, particularly when the old man is as wise and gentle as Old Ramon. In this story of a boy's apprenticeship with Ramon the shepherd, a dog is given as a present to the boy. When the dog dies protecting the flock against a wolf, he is grieved, but Ramon softens his loss with the promise of a new pet and. In Old Ramon, the title character, an aging but infinitely wise herder of a wealthy rancher's sheep, must meet a number of challenges. In confronting them, Ramon demonstrates skills and attitudes that Schaefer values highly. Throughout the book, Schaefer intends for his reader to identify with the heroic aspects of Ramon's character.
Awarded a Newbery Honor, Old Ramon tells the timeless coming-of-age story of a young boy who spends a summer with an old shepherd in the Mojave Desert. Written in Schaefer's charming and engaging style, the novel details a boy's discovery of both the value of friendship and the hardship of life. "Old Ramon" centers on a wise older shepherd, a young boy, and two brave dogs. Ramon teaches the boy, who is the son of his patron, how to care for a herd in the harsh terrain of the desert. The boy learns about sheep and sandstorms, rattlesnakes and wolves; he also learns about friendship and loss, bravery and cool-headed wisdom/5. Old Ramon is as much part of the plains as a gnarled uniper, and wise as only years of experience can teach, He is a sheperd who has taken into his care a small boy who watches and elarns from Ramon: about sheep, rattlesnakes, sandstorms, eoyotes, and wolves. The Ramona books are a series of eight humorous children's novels by Beverly Cleary that center on Ramona Quimby, her family and first book, Beezus and Ramona, appeared in The final book, Ramona's World, was published in Two books in the series were named Newbery Honor books, Ramona and Her Father and Ramona Quimby, Age 8. Ramona and Her Mother received the Author: Beverly Cleary.