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Cherries and Cherry Pits

Cherries and Cherry Pits

Scris de Vera B. Williams

Povestit de Martha Plimpton


Cherries and Cherry Pits

Scris de Vera B. Williams

Povestit de Martha Plimpton

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12 minutes
Lansat:
May 12, 2009
ISBN:
9780061762383
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This is Bidemmi's book. Enter her world, look at the pictures she draws as she tells her stories. You will never forget her.

This is Bidemmi's book. Enter her world, look at the pictures she draws as she tells her stories. You will never forget her.
Lansat:
May 12, 2009
ISBN:
9780061762383
Format:
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  • (4/5)
    Cherries and Cherry Pits by Vera B. Williams is another of picture books included in my daughter's text book. She likes to check out the original books to see the illustrations, as the text book only includes a few of them.The narrator of the book lives in an apartment with Bidemmi, a girl who loves to draw. The narrator brings her different colors to see what she will do with them. Bidemmi as she draws always tells a story to go with what she's creating.Cherries and Cherry Pits is Bidemmi's story about eating cherries on the subway and saving the best pits to plant. Her plant grows into a proper tree and soon she can share fresh cherries with all the people in the apartment building and surrounding neighborhood block.There's an element of magical realism to the story too. Although everything is told as Bidemmi draws it, when her story ends, there's a picture of what appears to be her story come to fruition. Whether her story is autobiography or whether the cherry tree has grown through the magic of story telling, though, is left to the reader's imagination.
  • (3/5)
    This book is about a young African american girl who loves to share her art, colors, stories, and even cherries with the whole world. The young girl comes up with make believe stories, and each story the cherry is somehow related to it. All of her stories start with the word This. She draws pictures to go away with her stories.
  • (5/5)
    Let me say, before we start out, that this is a wordy book. It's definitely more suited for the older end of the 4-8 crowd.This is a story of a young artist. She draws three pictures of three people, and tells the stories of how they eat cherries on three occasions.Then she finally tells her own story, and her own plan, about how she intends to save the pits from her own cherries and plant them, until there is a "forest of cherry trees" she can share with the whole world.Simple, strong story. The young nieces sit for it, and I love it too.