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Puss in Boots de Jerry Pinkney
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Puss in Boots (edição: 2015)

de Jerry Pinkney (Autor), Jerry Pinkney (Ilustrador)

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A clever cat wins for his master a fortune and the hand of a princess.
Membro:ECRSSAA
Título:Puss in Boots
Autores:Jerry Pinkney (Autor)
Outros autores:Jerry Pinkney (Ilustrador)
Informação:Puffin Books (2015), Edition: Reprint, 40 pages
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Etiquetas:Fairy Tales

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Benjamin, count of Carabas, was given a cat from his dead father's fortune. He was quit distressed that all he was given was a cat when one of his two brother's was given a donkey, and the other a mill. But what, Benjamin know is that the cat had a bright future in store for him. When Benjamin received the cat he, the cat, over heard Benjamin saying" what was [he] to do with only a cat?" So, Puss told him to "give me a pair of boots and a strong sack of drawstring and I might just help you find your fortune". Benjamin gave him what he requested. With the two request fulfilled, Benjamin coined the name "Puss in Boots" for his loyal furry friend. The cat did as he said and made a fortune out of his Masters life. First, he caught a rabbit and delivered it to the King as a gift, he accepted. Next, he sent a partridge, a fish, and a pheasant and the king sent gold in gratitude of his gifts. On the next day, Puss in Boots instructed his Master to bathe in the river and while he was in the river Puss in Boots hide his clothes. When the King passed by he yelled "help,help my lord went for a swim, and thieves came by and stole his clothes!" With his master unaware of what was going on, Benjamin still trusted Puss and went along with his story. The King fetched clothes for Benjamin and allowed him to ride with him and his daughter,Princess Daniella, for the rest of their outing. Puss in Boots final attempt at making his lord fortunate, was defeating the evil sorcerer that could morph into any animal. With wit in his brains, Puss in Boots told the sorcerer to change himself into a mouse and without thinking he did. Puss in Boots ate him up! Not long after that the King, Princess Daniella, and Benjamin arrived at the sorcerer's castle where Puss in Boots claimed it to be his Master's castle. From there, Daniella became Countess of Carabas and Puss in Boots was declared Prime Minister. Puss in Boots, his master and new wife lived happily ever after. What makes this book notable is that the author is able to catch the readers attention by allowing them to keep in rhythm of the story. He does this by sequencing events one after another in away that students will catch on to and determine what happens next in the book. This would be a great source when it comes to talking about predicting and even creating ones own piece of figurative writing. ( )
  mkb027 | Sep 6, 2016 |
Creative, lovely and filled with depth, once again the artist has rendered a beautiful canvas to paint the story of Puss In Boots. A cleaver cat who don boots and a feather cap, finds ways in which his master can be portrayed as a rich man who owns a castle and many acres of land.
  Whisper1 | Sep 6, 2015 |
There are several reasons why I liked this book. The first reason that I like this book is because of the illustrations. Just starting with the cover, there is so much detail on the cat. The cat takes up almost the whole cover of the book and the stripes on the cat are strategically placed given it an even tonality. when looking at the book cover the cat looks like it is looking at you from the corner of its eyes displaying one of the traits of cats, SNEAKY! The second thing I liked about the story is the plot. Once the father died his youngest son didn't know how he would make it but because of the clever cat that the father left him he became a prince. The cat just had it all figured out how he would plot and scheme how me would make sure his owner had a good life, which would mean the cat would have a good life also. The big idea of this story is from rags to riches. you never know what a day may bring. ( )
  vbarbe1 | May 6, 2014 |
An elegantly illustrated retelling of the fairy tale. ( )
  Sullywriter | Apr 3, 2013 |
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