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Everybody Gets the Blues de Leslie Staub
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Everybody Gets the Blues (original: 2012; edição: 2012)

de Leslie Staub (Autor), R. G. Roth (Ilustrador)

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Simple, rhyming text reveals that "Blues Guy" visits everyone now and then, from rodeo clowns to scary bullies.
Membro:D.Callais
Título:Everybody Gets the Blues
Autores:Leslie Staub (Autor)
Outros autores:R. G. Roth (Ilustrador)
Informação:HMH Books for Young Readers (2012), Edition: First, 32 pages
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Avaliação:*****
Etiquetas:easy, all ethnicity, all genders, all ages

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This book was a fictional book about a boy and his dog going around to different people and trying to cheer them up. The book is saying that at some point everybody gets the blues no matter where your from or who you are."Everybody gets the blues sometimes—dogs and cats, moms and dads, even tiny babies. Just take a look around." It felt like the author recognized that children need to learn about emotions and tried to create a book to teach that. I think that it made the blues sound like something that just comes and goes without any control and that you can always easily get rid of them. I loved that it captured the music culture of New Orleans! ( )
  Nekeidra | Aug 27, 2019 |
In this story, a young boy is feeling sad and the Blues Man helps him realize that everyone goes through sad times and that he isn't alone in this feeling. It reassures everyone that it's ok to cry and that these feelings are normal, even beauty queens feel them sometimes. Getting children to understand their feelings can sometimes be a difficult task, but this book does a great job at explaining the blues that all of us go through from time to time. I love the rhythmic text, it's almost like a song or poem. It makes the read very fun and interesting. ( )
  D.Callais | Feb 26, 2019 |
I like how this book says, "And if you do the same for someone else who's feeling sad, their blues might fly away- right along with yours." This book talks about how everyone gets sad sometimes, all kinds of people, for different reasons, and everyone needs a friend to listen, sit by our side, talk to, or share experiences with. I like how the friend was a grown up also he was a musician that played blue music. ( )
  yy2teach | Feb 3, 2019 |
I've been feeling rather blue lately, and I saw this in our children's library and decided to check it out. I like this book, because it is not your typically everyone is always happy and smiling. This book basically tells young readers that it is OKAY to be sad sometimes. This book is told in the first person about a young boy who is sad. This book also encourages readers to be there for someone if they are sad as well. ( )
  Sleco | Oct 6, 2015 |
Doesn't everyone get the blues? According to this book by Leslie Staub everyone does. The main character in the book talks about everyone who sometimes get sad, he even names people who seem to always be happy. Having the blues does not last long though. eventually the sadness leaves and we are back happy people. The illustrations by R. G. Roth were like nothing that I have ever seen. The pictures features a lot of shades of blue, emphasizing the plot and title of the book. The illustrations are not realistic, the seems like they were drawn with pencil and a series of lines make out the pictures. I would share this book at the beginning of the school year with my students. I lets them know that it is okay to sometimes be sad and they can know that their teacher is always open to talk to. ( )
  kbartholomew1 | Feb 8, 2015 |
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