With clear, color-coded typography, and sly, lively illustrations, this collection is sure to entertain while encouraging reading skills and interaction with others. Topics include: mice, cats, dogs, bears, snakes, snowmen, friendship, hats, and more. The character's actions and facial expressions are priceless. This book is a compilation of very short stories for reading together. Abbreviated fairy tales told in a poetic manner. I would use this in my classroom as a reader's theater or as a play.
The reason why I think that is because Esthur and I really bonded and communicated during this while reading this. Michael Emberley's illustrations portray warmth, coziness, and humor , and they provide visual cues that enhance what is described in each poem. Description: 1 volume unpaged : color illustrations ; 29 cm. The book is made up of common fairy tales such as, The Three Bears, Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, and many more. The fairy tales are also set in poem form, which allows the text to flow with a rhythm. They are great for kids to read together or for parents to read with their children. I would use this in my classroom as a reader's theater or as a play.
It would definitely be fun to read out loud in any setting, but especially in a classroom. Also chosen as a 2004 Gryphon Award Honor Book by the Center for Children's Books. As long as you have two people to share the reading you will love it. . Most of the themes sh Summary: This book is a collection of traditional literature books of our favorite fairy-tales. Mary Ann Hoberman and Michael Emberley have added Aesop's fables to their bestselling and award-winning series! A great way to introduce reading parts, as in a play, as well.
Depending on reading levels, I say this book can be used for grades 2nd to 4th. I really loved reading this book. The stories are adorable and make reading aloud fun. The second grade students in my cooperating classroom do something very similar to this as one of their literacy centers everyday. This book is great for during share reading.
Plus, the poems are seriously cute! This unique book consists of short stories set up on a page like miniature plays with each voice having its only color. They're stories familiar to children, and they create a fun environment for kids to play and act on. Recommendation I recommend You Read to Me, I'll Read to You to parents and their children. Jack seemed like he would believe anything. Offered from different perspectives, this book is one of my favorites. This book takes the reader through 8 fairy tales that have a new twist on them. Plus, the poems are seriously cute! It makes you use your imagination.
Each of the twelve short stories fit on one spread and features childlike themes - family, friendship, pets and seasons. The stories are designed so there will be two people reading. Classroom Connections: Read the poems along with the story of the fairy tale and then compare and contrast the two. It is written by and illustrated by Michael Emberley. Following the lead of John Ciardi, You Read to Me, I'll Read to You lends itself to shared reading opportunities between students, parents and children, teacher and students, etc.
I really like how Mary Ann Hoberman put the reader in the shoes of the characters and showed different perspectives. It will be great for students reading in pairs or a teacher reading with a child. I really recommend this book to families with new readers. One line is shown in orange, and the other, magenta. She is the author of more than forty books for children, including All Kinds of Families! This book is great for classroom activities. The idea of reading with a partner strengthens the notion that reading can be done with others and is fun. The art work was really great too.
Theme: Poetry reading, twist on fairy tales The book is set up for two voices each voice written in either orange or magenta. I think children will enjoy this more if they have a good background in the usual fairy tales first Little Red Riding Hood, Princess and the Pea, Jack and the Beanstalk, etc. Several uses include introducing emerging readers to poetry and whole class choral reading. This book is pretty good. One of the fairy tales was Jack and the Beanstalk. This poetry book takes fairy tales, condenses them, and adds a fun twist to the traditional tale.
Would be great to use in a young children's theater class or at home with your children! Even one of my twins has been able to read with my daughter. The color-coded text indicates when the readers speak separately, and when they read in unison, and the short poems discuss many childhood concepts, while also introducing rhyme, rhythm, meter, and repetition. This book includes fun short stories to read in groups of two. I believe this type of book is a great tool in creating a safe environment for students, because it engages everyone. It has to be read out loud with a partner to get the full effect, but it is truly a fun read! I think that this book would be excellent to use to get your students comfortable with each other and also to help them with fluency. Saige Holcomb Eng 12-1 5-17-17 Personal Response I thought You Read to Me, I'll Read to You was a very enjoyable and bonding book. It would be especially neat to buy this book for a pair of siblings, where one is a strong reader and the other is just starting out.
The book goes through multiple mini stories and takes you through many different journeys which also elaborates on the characters two personalities, each standing out on their own. We don't agree On anything! In my opinion, this is a very good book to read with kids because it keeps them intrigued and excited to read each mini story inside of the short story. Children would enjoy this book because it is different fairy tales, told in rhyme, that tell stories they know a little bit differently, because the characters tell their story in the conversation they are having with each other. So this is a great book for kindergarteners who are just beginning to learn to read. Recommended for everyone of all ages from reluctant readers to those that just want to perform. Some are about animals and others are about people. I Hate My Hat- Even if you don't like something, others might.