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Liam's journey with Cassie in the Sky Dreamer is a beautiful analogy of a child's journey through the grey times of the grief to very gradually learning to live without a sibling and once again experience the sunny, happy times. The dreamlike quality and changing colours of the beautiful illustrations reflect the emotions that Liam experiences as he learns to steer the Sky Dreamer. His stark, grey world of grief is mirrored in the grey tones of the background as he stares at the cloud formations in the sky.
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This contrasts with the changing colours in illustrations throughout the narrative, ending with the sunny colours of the final illustration. This beautiful book very gently explores the process of loss and healing and would be very comforting to share with a child going through this process. The French title is Le bateau de reves , or 'The Boat of Dreams', and I have enjoyed reading Anne's wonderful picture book all over again, this time in a different language. But now, Liam has navigated his way through his loss and grief, and has his gift of her love to help him find warmth and happiness in his life.
This is a wonderful book for children dealing with grief, from a talented Tasmanian author. One night Cassie calls him to come with her in a boat called The Sky Dreamer. As they float through space, Cassie sits sewing while Liam struggles with his fears as they are battered by storms and meteorites. Finally Liam plucks up courage to take the wheel and steer the boat himself. After galactic adventures, they arrive home, where Cassie gives Liam the special gift she has been sewing.
While the story is rather flat the illustrations are the major appeal of this book. Despite the beauty of the illustrations, however, it is a little difficult to predict the readership, as adult guidance is probably needed for a child to get the full emotional impact of the story. The Sky Dreamer tells of a sad little boy called Liam. Having lost his sister recently to a terminal illness, he is struggling to cope with the grief and focus on the present, even with his birthday imminent.
The journey takes Liam out of his comfort zone. It shows him beauty and colour, fear, how to be strong, and the lessons he needs to learn so that he can cope. Anne Morgan has explored an important topic for anyone affected by the grief of losing a loved one; for children in particular it is so much more confusing and hard to understand. She has used her own personal experience to create this sensitive and touching tale to be shared.