[PDF] Sun, Moon, Star By Kurt Vonnegut – Schematicwiringdiagram.co

When The Creator Of The Universe Came To Earth, It Resolved To Be Born A Male Human Infant, And This Is What It Saw When It Opened Its Eyes.


10 thoughts on “Sun, Moon, Star

  1. Matthew Matthew says:

    With Sun, Moon, Star, Vonnegut sets out to tell his interpretation, not of the birth of Jesus Christ, but of what Christ might have seen in the first moments of his life Christ, however, is not referred to as Christ but as the Creator of the Universe or the Creator for short Vonnegut further insists upon his commitment to a progressive interpretation of a Biblical story by referring to the Creator not as Him but as It But avoiding the specifics of Christ and his gender seem to be With Sun, Moon, Star, Vonnegut sets out to tell his inte...


  2. Alex (not a dude) Baugh Alex (not a dude) Baugh says:

    While I m a big fan of Kurt Vonnegut s novels, you could have knocked me over with a feather when I discovered he had written a children s book, and one about the Nativity, no less And it is exactly what you would expect from Vonnegut He tells the story of that first Christmas by looking at what the Creator of the universe, who was all knowing in heaven, sees and mis interprets t...


  3. Laura Cushing Laura Cushing says:

    I had no idea Kurt Vonnegut, my all time favorite author, wrote a children s book until I spotted it onOf course, I had to get it immediately, and thanks to my Kindle Unlimited I was reading it like thirty seconds later This is a lovely little telling of the birth of Jesus, using the fact that newborns can t see clearly after birth to awesome effect.Evennifty is when you read the backstory and learn that the illustrator did the pictures first, simple pictures of colors moons ...


  4. Marissa Elera Marissa Elera says:

    This is an extremely beautiful and poetic picture book that is in no way, shape, or form even remotely age appropriate for children.


  5. Marcia Marcia says:

    Ugh The story is a miracle the birth of Christ but this picture book rendering is very odd If it wasn t Vonnegut and Chermayeff, I don t think it would have been published The flap explains that the illustrations were completed and then they asked Vonnegut to create a st...


  6. Mary Mary says:

    A collaboration where the pictures came first, then the words Illustrations are on black or dark blue pages variations of sun, moon, or star Words tell the Nativity story through the eyes of a newborn baby, by what he sees A fresh perspective Makes a person think Purists may di...


  7. Jeff Larsen Jeff Larsen says:

    A charming, creative retelling of the Christ child s birth Chermayeff created a series of pictures before Vonnegut provided the story As with his novels, Vonnegut s charm and humanity is on full display in this story for all ages.


  8. Etola Etola says:

    Found this by happy chance in the library It s a really different and poetic look at the Nativity from the point of view of the baby Jesus, who struggles to make sense of the scene around him with His now imperfect human eyes A fascinating conceit, beautiful and thoughtful.


  9. Cmeiss330 Cmeiss330 says:

    Simple and lovely.


  10. Eliot Reads Eliot Reads says:

    A little advanced for a toddler, would make for a good Christmas book Interesting