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By Uri Shulevitz | Comments: ( 946 ) | Date: ( Apr 10, 2020 )

Three times a voice comes to Isaac in his dreams and tells him to go to the capital city and look for a treasure under the bridge by the royal palace Feeling a little foolish perhaps, but determined to see for himself if the dream is true, Isaac sets out on his long journey What he finds makes a surprising and heart warming ending to this retelling of a well known folk tThree times a voice comes to Isaac in his dreams and tells him to go to the capital city and look for a treasure under the bridge by the royal palace Feeling a little foolish perhaps, but determined to see for himself if the dream is true, Isaac sets out on his long journey What he finds makes a surprising and heart warming ending to this retelling of a well known folk tale In a few words, Cadelcott Medal winner Uri Shulevitz draws a man who is innocent enough to have faith in a dream, and wise enough to understand the greatest reward of all.Isaac s solitary journey, his arrival at hte vast city, and his discovery there are all enriched by Mr Shulevitz s beautifully detailed illustrations, which masterfully capture the spirit of the original tale while keeping it simple enough for the very youngest reader.

  • Title: The Treasure
  • Author: Uri Shulevitz
  • ISBN: 9780374377403
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Uri Shulevitz

Uri Shulevitz is a Caldecott Medal winning illustrator and author He was born in Warsaw, Poland, on February 27, 1935 He began drawing at the age of three and, unlike many children, never stopped The Warsaw blitz occurred when he was four years old, and the Shulevitz family fled For eight years they were wanderers, arriving, eventually, in Paris in 1947 There Shulevitz developed an enthusiasm for French comic books, and soon he and a friend started making their own At thirteen, Shulevitz won first prize in an all elementary school drawing competition in Paris s 20th district.In 1949, the family moved to Israel, where Shulevitz worked a variety of jobs an apprentice at a rubber stamp shop, a carpenter, and a dog license clerk at Tel Aviv City Hall He studied at the Teachers Institute in Tel Aviv, where he took courses in literature, anatomy, and biology, and also studied at the Art Institute of Tel Aviv At fifteen, he was the youngest to exhibit in a group drawing show at the Tel Aviv Museum.At 24 he moved to New York City, where he studied painting at Brooklyn Museum Art School and drew illustrations for a publisher of Hebrew books One day while talking on the telephone, he noticed that his doodles had a fresh and spontaneous look different from his previous illustrations This discovery was the beginning of Uri s new approach to his illustrations for The Moon in My Room, his first book, published in 1963 Since then he was written and illustrated many celebrated children s books He won the Caldecott Medal for The Fool of the World and the Flying Ship, written by Arthur Ransome He has also earned three Caldecott Honors, for The Treasure, Snow and How I Learned Geography His other books include One Monday Morning, Dawn, So Sleepy Story, and many others He also wrote the instructional guide Writing with Pictures How to Write and Illustrate Children s Books He lives in New York Citycmillan author urishu

Comments The Treasure

  • Ronyell

    I have recently been reading many books by Uri Shulevitz and I have just stumbled upon this book called “The Treasure.” “The Treasure” is a Caldecott Honor Book by Uri Shulevitz and it is about a man named Isaac who tries to find a buried treasure after his dreams tell him about the treasure. “The Treasure” may have beautiful illustrations, but many children might be bored with the simple storyline.There once lived a man named Isaac who was very poor, however one night Isaac had a dr [...]

  • Mj

    The Treasure is a simple story with a wonderful message. Words are used sparsely and have a cadence and innocent quality to them. I know children will love joining in, to read the story out loud. What is particularly fun is that the same words are used on the trip home from the Royal Palace that were used on the trip to the Royal Palace, except in reverse order. I thought this reverse repetition was quite clever and a good way to engage children. While the story is good, the stars of the book ar [...]

  • Jenny

    I am unsure what I think of this story. I liked the illustrations quite a bit but felt like the story was missing something. I absolutely think our greatest treasures are to be found at homed it felt like on one level this was a story about gratitude except that finding a literal treasure negates that a bit in my opinion. Anyway, I am a bit unsettled as to my feelings. I asked my husband (who is of Jewish heritage) to read it and see if he had ever heard this folk tale and he had heard the story [...]

  • Dolly

    This is a nice story that is interesting for children and yet tells the moral "Sometimes one must travel far to discover what is near." I'm not sure if our girls got much more than the literal plot of the story, but it provided an opportunity for us to discuss being grateful for the things we have and the people who are near and dear to us. The illustrations are colorful and complement the story nicely. We really enjoyed reading this book together.

  • Laura

    The illustrations for this book really caught my eye, I couldn't help but like the way they were set up on the page, not fully covering it, but more like artwork in a gallery. The story was pretty simple, but its unique plot twist at the end was unexpected and pleasantly surprising. I'd recommend this book.*Taken from my book reviews blog: reviewsatmse/2008

  • Karen

    This is a great book! Picked it up at a Carole Joy Seid conference a while ago. Now that the kids are older, especially Jacob, he really gets it8/17/15Jacob read for November Pizza Hut Reading Challenge.b 11/6/16 He rated it 3 stars

  • Crissy

    Recommended by CJS and loved it

  • LynnDavidson

    Isaac was a poor man who had a dream three times that there was treasure far away hidden under a bridge. When he travelled the long journey he couldn't search for the treasure because the bridge was always guarded. One day a guard told him something that changed his life forever. Gorgeous illustrations.

  • Maria Rowe

    • 1980 Caldecott Honor Book •I really liked this - short but powerful. This is really well done, and I like the art a lot. The moral is "Sometimes one must travel far to discover what is near." Love it!Materials used: unlisted Typeface used: unlisted

  • Andrew Votipka

    Confusing. But any book that ends is with a man named Isaac building a synagogue is gonna get 5 stars.

  • Dan

    Sometimes you have to go far to find something near. I like that message.

  • Zach Mikel

    This children’s literature teaches not only students, but also adults a very valuable lesson. “Sometimes one must travel far to discover what is near.”

  • Nicole Lamb

    Picture Book Critique #17The TreasureBy: Uri Shulevitz1. Picture Book Genre: Other – Traditional Literature and Caldecott Honor Book2. Brief Summary: As one of the books I choose to read outside of the required categories I found The Treasure to be a compelling and intriguing tale about an elderly poor man names Isaac who traveled far from his home to the capital city to fulfill a vision from the same repeated dream. Isaac’s tale first begins as a very poor man who often goes to see hungry a [...]

  • Clark Mullen

    "Sometimes one must travel far to discover what is near."

  • Becca Ramsey

    This book was quite interesting. The genre of the book is children's literature. It is about a poor man that has a dream one night about "the treasure." He believes that it is is this one town. He packs up his belongings and travels across mountains and rivers to get to this city. When he gets there, he goes to this castle where there are guards all around it. One day he approaches the guard to ask him about "the treasure." With a sarcastic response, the guard told him that the treasure is back [...]

  • Ivy Leach

    Type: Picture bookGenre: FictionAwards: Caldecott HonorSummary:This story is aboout a man named Isaac who goes to bed hungry each night because he is so poor. One night he has a dream which instructs him to travel a long way from home to look for treasure. After the dream comes a third time, Isaac sets off on his way. When he gets there, it is revealed to him that his treasure lies in his own home.Critique: My favorite part of this book is when it says "Sometimes one must travel fat to discover [...]

  • Stefanie Burns

    Sparsely worded story about a poor man who keeps having the same dream about finding treasure far away in the capital city. After the third time having the same dream, he journeys to the city only to realize the treasure is at home. Nicely illustrated story with a nice message. The illustrations of the capital city are exceptionally pretty.

  • KevinL

    I listened to the audio of the book. This is a great book that shows the great determination of the main character Isaac. Isaac grew up in poverty and knew what it was like to go to sleep hungry. One day he woke up from a dream that told him to go to the city and find a treasure under the bridge. Isaac thought nothing of this because it was only a dream. It wasn't until this dream occurred a second and a third time did Isaac really think something of it. Isaac srated out on his journey through t [...]

  • Jonathan Andrew

    A man named Isaac is very poor. He has a dream that tells him to search for a treasure in the city near the Royal Palace. When Isaac finally goes, a guard laughs at him for looking and tells him that if he had listened to a dream he had once, he would go look for a treasure underneath the stove in the house of a man named Isaac. So Isaac travels all the way back home, digs underneath his stove and finds treasure. He sends the guard a valuable ruby and never is poor again. The moral is "Sometimes [...]

  • Sarah

    THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL STORY! Lovely pictures, simple storyline, and a very true moral. I very highly recommend this book for people of all ages, and especially for anyone who likes travel.

  • Monica

    Isaac, a poor man who often went to bed hungry began having a recurring dream. In his dream he was told to go to the capitol and look for a treasure under the guarded bridge at the Royal Palace. The captain of the guards laughed at Isaac 19s journey and told him a story in jest about how he would go looking for a treasure under Isaac 19s stove. Isaac returned home and began digging under his stove. Uri Shulevitz magnificently complements his simple yet beautifully written tale with soft and lumi [...]

  • Linda Lipko

    This 1980 Caldecott Honor book tells the tale of Isaac, who, living in poverty and need, heeds a voice spoken to in dreams Traveling far from his country side in the quest of finding a treasure under the bridge by the royal palace, Isaac learns a valuable lesson.After a long, weary journey, Isaac does not find a treasure there and is told by a guard that perhaps he should return to where he came from and look for the treasure in his own home!Returning, Isaac does just that, and lo and behold fin [...]

  • Jacki

    The Treasure is a folktale intended for Nursery readers. The Treasure was a Caldecott Honor Book in 1979. The Treasure is a simple story about a man who had a dream and traveled a long way to look for the treasure promised him in his dream. He arrives at his destination and is greeted by a man who sends him home to discover his treasure.The story is very simple, but the lesson learned is quite bold. The artwork is amazing, yet somewhat simple and minimal; the art is very poignant to the story. N [...]

  • Samantha

    Isaac quite literally follows his dreams when they tell him to look for a treasure under the bridge by the Royal Palace. He makes the journey on foot and when he reaches the bridge he has a discussion with a palace guard who tells him that he had a dream that told him to go to Isaac's town and look for treasure buried beneath a stove. Isaac heads home, finds the treasure, builds a church, sends the palace guard a ruby, and lives in contentment the rest of his days. A simple story with a deeper m [...]

  • SamZ

    1980 Caldecott Honor - Favorite Illustration: I love Isaac crossing the bridge on his way home. The surrounding landscape and the river flowing past are lovely.This was a cute story, but nothing special. The illustrations, however, are perfect! In the dedication, Shulevitz mentions his teachers who taught him of the Grand Masters (I assume, meaning the great painters of the Renaissance) - and that influence shows throughout the book. I felt like this collection of illustrations was a slightly an [...]

  • Becky B

    Isaac dreams repeatedly that he will find treasure under the bridge in the city. At first he ignores the dream, but eventually he decides that if the dream keeps coming he should go check things out. He makes a long journey and finds he cannot get near the bridge because of guards. A conversation with one of the guards about dreams leads him back home where he finally finds treasure.An allegorical tale about the things that can be found at home with beautiful illustrations. This one would be a g [...]

  • Katie Fitzgerald

    I like this story for its message, its surprise twist ending, and the warmth of the facial expressions on both Isaac and the captain. I appreciate the fact that Isaac sends a reward to the captain for his role in his discovery of the treasure, and that he is thankful for the wealth he receives. This story is a great lesson in following one’s dreams, being charitable with one’s wealth, and in the way a journey away from home can help us see something new about a place we’ve always known.

  • Julie Gerrish

    "The Treasure" is beautifully illustrated and teaches the lesson, "Sometimes one must travel far to discover what is near." I think it is appropriate for any age to read. The main character, Isaac, follows what his dream tells him to do and seeks treasure in the bridge of the capital city, only to discover from a soldier that what Isaac was seeking is at home. I really enjoyed the story and the illustrations.

  • Connie

    I really like the illustrations in this book. They are neither too simple nor too complex.And I like the style of this book, a direct, straight-forward storytelling.I'm not sure I like the story itself, though I can't put my finger on *why*, exactly. It isn't all that compelling to me or my nieces (5 and 2.5), anyway.

  • Tonia Sandersfeld

    A man living in poverty is told in a dream to travel to the capital city and look for a treasure under the palace bridge. In the end, he realizes that sometimes you have to travel far to find the greatest treasures are right back at home. I loved the moral to the story and the illustrations with soft lines and colors were very pretty.

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