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Little Red Writing

Little Red Writing

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Little Red Writing

evaluări:
4/5 (73 evaluări)
Lungime:
36 pages
7 minutes
Lansat:
Sep 24, 2013
ISBN:
9781452124322
Format:
Carte

Descriere

Acclaimed writer Joan Holub and Caldecott Honoree Melissa Sweet team up in this hilarious and exuberant retelling of Little Red Riding Hood, in which a brave, little red pencil finds her way through the many perils of writing a story, faces a ravenous pencil sharpener (the Wolf 3000)... and saves the day.
Lansat:
Sep 24, 2013
ISBN:
9781452124322
Format:
Carte

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Joan Holub has authored and/or illustrated over 140 children’s books, including the Goddess Girls series, the Heroes in Training series, the New York Times bestselling picture book Mighty Dads (illustrated by James Dean), and Little Red Writing (illustrated by Melissa Sweet). She lives in North Carolina and is online at JoanHolub.com.

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  • (4/5)
    This book is about a pencil that needs to write a story, and she decides to write it about "Bravery". So, the story develops on her journey on gathering the thoughts, and ideas throughout different places to have her story done.
  • (4/5)
    This book is a book about a pencil who goes to write a story in pencil school, and ends up fighting an evil pencil sharpener. This pencil is writing it's first story, so there's a lot of mistakes on her adventure. Run-on sentences, meandering plot... There's lots to pick apart as a grammar lesson in a classroom.
  • (5/5)
    This is a cute story of a red pencil who is challenged to write a story. But, this is not just a cute story. There is so much to learn throughout this book. When Mrs. 2 tells her class they are going to write a story she has the writing "story path" on the board. Little red is given a basket of useful words as she goes off on her writing journey. The book demonstrates the importance of using vivid words to spice up your story We learn how too many adjectives ca bog your writing down. Run-on sentences, as well as, chasing something new can lead to a wonderful ending. This is a wonderful take on the "Little Red Riding Hood" story with a twist. This is a great way to introduce story writing ot only to the youngest writers, but also to the reluctant writer. This is a bok I will definitely use in my classroom.
  • (4/5)
    This book would be an excellent tool for a teacher who wants to illustrate to the class how to use a variety of adjectives and verbs in writing. It’s very creative and each page creates a lot of interest – there’s a great deal to look at and it’s all informative and related to the story. This should definitely be in a teacher’s read aloud cache!
  • (5/5)
    This is an adaptation of Little Red Riding Hood. It tells the story of a pencil named Little Red as she goes on her own adventure to craft a story. The use of different types of print in the story (handwritten, typed, bold print, talking bubbles) draws the readers eye around each page. I loved that the big bad wolf became the Wolf 3000 (an electric pencil sharpener) and that Woodsman became Mr. Woodcutter, the janitor.
  • (5/5)
    FUN FUN FUN BOOK ABOUT WRITING! The illustrations are amazing and the story itself is great because it implements writing, grammar, and all that good stuff.
  • (5/5)
    I gave this book 5 stars because I love it! I plan to buy it for my personal teaching library. It's a darling book about the trouble and work it takes to write. It's a perfect book to read at the beginning of the school year to open up writer's workshop. I love this book!!!!!!
  • (5/5)
    Quite the clever parody of Little Red Riding Hood. Witty, punny, and fun with great illustrations from the always wonderful Melissa Sweet.
  • (4/5)
    A cute addition to our Little Red Riding Hood unit study, this did a cute job of showing off different parts of a story/book and some parts of speech (the red pencil throws nouns for example), while keeping some elements of the original story. My daughter had fun finding the things that were almost the same (basket of nouns instead of treats, principal Granny, wolf pencil sharpener, suggestion to stay "on the story path"). And we all enjoyed the illustrations.

  • (5/5)

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    Once upon a time in Pencil school....What a great way to open a story for children. There isn't much sarcasm I can laud upon this writer- oh wait yes there is, here goes:The story starts on the front cover. Well, it could if it wanted too. I actually enjoyed the art works so much that I didn't realize that the very tiny print on the inside cover page was the ISBN number and all that gadgetry-goo around it was the other important information. I was violated by creativity and tricked into reading e-v-e-r-y-w-or-d. "This book does not condone the use of explosives for any purpose other than the purely fictional" Right under the ISBN. Sweet. I'm hooked!I haven't even started reading the actual story yet. Five stars.. now.. for the resssssst of the story!We find a delightful school of lead-footers, (Pencils) and they are embarking upon a story writing mission...(Curious as this somehow and awkwardly does not promote suicide, slow death, but that is indeed what the pencils are doing by 'getting the lead out'.) but it is Little Red Writing Hood that finds herself in the biggest of conundrums. She wants to write a story about bravery, because, she is red and this, in the pencil world signifies -bravery and valor and courage... which may just mean the same things in that same said alternate world. The actual story is the basis for writing not just A story, but a very good story. Throughout the story we find Red wrestling similar issues as the original character- little red riding hood Traipsing through the forest of Adjectives. Little Red Writing makes unlikely friends from the storage shed, and finds herself running from a terrifying event that would put any young pencils in a state of PTSD (Pencil Trauma Sharpening Disorder) as she flees for her little life from the WOLF 3000- (The meanest most semi automatic sharpener). Little Red Writing gets herself out of this horrible situation by .... well there are explosives and fun stuff, I suggest you read the book. Guaranteed winner.

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