↠ Hana in the Time of Tulips || ☆ PDF Read by ↠ Deborah Noyes Bagram Ibatoulline

By Deborah Noyes Bagram Ibatoulline | Comments: ( 365 ) | Date: ( Oct 15, 2019 )

Hana and her father used to love to walk in the garden and play their favorite game But ever since tulip fever struck Holland, Hana s father has been consumed by greed, and now he is too busy even to kiss her good night It is up to Hana with some help from a special family friend to find a way to remind her father of what s truly valuable.With stunning art reminiscent ofHana and her father used to love to walk in the garden and play their favorite game But ever since tulip fever struck Holland, Hana s father has been consumed by greed, and now he is too busy even to kiss her good night It is up to Hana with some help from a special family friend to find a way to remind her father of what s truly valuable.With stunning art reminiscent of Rembrandt, this tender tale illuminates the enduring love between father and child.


  • Title: Hana in the Time of Tulips
  • Author: Deborah Noyes Bagram Ibatoulline
  • ISBN: 9780744557923
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Deborah Noyes Bagram Ibatoulline

Deb writes for adults and children and is also an editor and photographer She lives in Massachusetts with her family.



Comments Hana in the Time of Tulips

  • Miriam

    Tulipomania is perhaps not the easiest (or most important) concept to put across for young children. But even if your tot doesn't grasp the historical context, he or she can still relate to the very human concerns in this story. Noyes really understands the importance of routines and little gestures to small children, who often place great significance on that five minutes of play when daddy gets home from work, or that kiss at bedtime. Hana doesn't understand the craze for a specific flower -- [...]


  • Lisa Vegan

    At its heart this is an achingly poignant father and daughter story, and it also takes place during the time of tulipomania in Holland, and the painter Rembrandt is a friend of the family. So, this is an interesting historical fiction story and a lovely story of love between daughter & father. The illustrations are wondrous and lush, and perfectly fit the subject and period.There is an informative author’s note at the end of the book, and I’ve read other books about this era and the valu [...]


  • Sharon

    One of the loveliest books I have ever seen or read.


  • Logan Draper

    Hana in the Time of the Tulips is the interesting story of a young girl, Hana, and the craze of Tulipomania during the seventeenth century. Hana’s father makes a living by selling tulips to artists. The artists then paint the tulips, and sell the pictures to wealthy families. But when tulips go out of fashion, it is up to Hana to encourage her father and cheer him up. Additionally, the story has a very famous character in it, Rembrandt. He is a family friend, and he even gives painting advice [...]


  • Leah

    This is a lovely story with beautiful illustrations. The story is about a small girl named Hana whose father wa sa tulip merchant at the time when tulips were worth their weight in gold. As time goes on and the trade become less profitable, her father becomes depressed about how their family will be provided for. Hana, being filled iwth love for her father goes out into the tulip field one day and paints a rare tulip blooming there. She brings the painting to her father and says she will provide [...]


  • Skedatt

    A gently wonderful read-aloud book with beautiful illustrations that applies to our own times. Who says that history is dead?Hana is a young girl who doesn't understand about means or markets, but she understands that her father is upset and withdrawn about money troubles. She in her own sweet way reaches out to her father and reminds him what the important things are in life. It struck a resonant chord with all of the financial upheaval that has been through my family's life. Definitely one tha [...]


  • Ubalstecha

    Beautifully illustrated story about the Netherlands in the time of the tulipmania. The story is told from the point of view of a little girl who's father is a tulip dealer. While the story is simple, the illustrations are reminiscent of the Dutch masters of the time. A nice book to explain what happened in the Netherlands (and the world) at the time. Also good as an example of the boom and bust cycle.


  • Sandybear76

    This book had great illustrations, which reminded me of the old Dutch masters I saw in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. The little girl in this book is worried about her father who is increasingly forgetful as the tulip market goes crazy around him. A family friend is Rembrant. the little girl has a painting of Rembrant's near her bed and uses that painting to help her father through his own money crisis.


  • Karen

    Ellie and mom rates 4 stars, Jacob 2 stars.


  • Shelli

    It's funny how sometimes you know nothing of a topic and then all of a sudden you are made aware of it repeatedly in a short amount of time. Recently my daughter and I read about "tulipomania" in Holland in World History, then it was covered by an informative youtuber we follow, now in Hana in the Time of the Tulips; which I got from the library because we are covering Rembrandt in art history. I found the story to be strange yet touching, i'm sure beautifully conveying the concern over the loss [...]


  • Karen Holt

    historical picture book


  • Kelsey

    Age: 4th gradeMedia: Ink & oil?Illustration Style: imitation of Dutch masters (Rembrandt), softened edges (to emulate child's point of view), darker paintings, focus on peopleWith an advanced storyline and darker pictures, this book is made to be read to an older audience that may be interested in older settings. Taking place in the 17th century, 5-year-old Hana shares a particularly fond relationship with her father. When he becomes wrapped up in Holland's tulipomania, his genuine affection [...]


  • Janet

    The illustrations which are oil paintings in the style of the old masters of the 1600s are wonderful and the theme of tulipmania is a topic of interest to me. For those reasons I would give this title four stars.The fact that this title is a picture book I rate it with two stars as I do not think the theme of tulipmania and the dark paintings will appeal to children. The theme of the young girl attempting to cheer her father would appeal to young children, but portrayed against the backdrop of t [...]


  • Jen

    Great story of the 17th century tulip craze in Holland told from the eyes of a child. Rembrandt himself makes an appearance. And he makes the connection of the flowers and the paintings and the characters in the book wonderfully.Beautiful, beautiful illustrations that look like classic oil paintings themselves. Very similar book, in the way of title and being told by a young person witnessing the tulip craze, as Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister.


  • JustOneMoreBook.com

    Luxurious illustrations and enchanting text paint poignant images of a father consumed by an economic craze and the overlooked daughter who quietly cares for him.You can listen in on our chat about this book on ourJust One More Book! Children's Book Podcast.


  • Amy

    I enjoyed the tender relationship between Hana and her father, as well as Hana's curiosity in seeking answers from the adults all around her. Also, the author's note at the end of the book is interesting: "id for bulbs with paintings valued today as masterpieces", etc


  • Amy

    Pictures reminiscent of Rembrandt. Sweet story of love between a parent and child.


  • Kari

    Set at the time of the tulip crash in Holland. Active protagonist, gorgeous illustrations.


  • Tricia

    I thought the illustrations were wonderful. I didn't enjoy the book as much. I did like the history lesson at the end (Author's note). I lost Jeremiah's interest.


  • Debbie

    The artwork in this book is very endearing - lovely children's book.


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