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A Tale of Two Beasts de Fiona Robertson
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A Tale of Two Beasts (edição: 2013)

de Fiona Robertson (Autor)

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When a little girl rescues a strange beast from the woods, she takes him home. But for some reason, the little beast is not happy! There are two sides to every story, and this funny and charming tale is no exception. Author/illustrator Fiona Roberton offers both points of view in this discussion-starting tale of the importance of seeing the world in different ways… (mais)
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Título:A Tale of Two Beasts
Autores:Fiona Robertson (Autor)
Informação:Kane Miller (2013)
Coleções:Sua biblioteca
Avaliação:*****
Etiquetas:picture book, double story, perspectives, fantasy

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This fun picture book is told from the point of view of two different characters: a young girl and a woodland creature. Excellent book for teaching about different perspectives.
  NCSS | Jul 23, 2021 |
It is important for students to learn that everyone has a different opinion and a different side to a story and neither of them may be right or wrong. In the story we see two different point of views of the same story, from a girl that captured an animal and made it her pet and an animal that was captured and confined. In the end of the story both of the "terrible beasts" realize that they want to be in each other's lives and they learn that they are not so bad after all. ( )
  leahspurgeon | Apr 27, 2020 |
I loved this book; it was so cute! the book was in two parts. I have never read a children's book with the book broken into sections based on the characters point of view. The book was about a little girl who was walking through the woods and finds a squirrel and takes him home and keeps him as a pet. The book explains her journey and then goes into part two of the book where the squirrels point of view came to play in the story. The squirrels part of the book was so funny. The squirrel couldn't understand why the girl was giving him baths and dressing him up, so he ran away back into the woods. Until he realizes the young girl is great, so he goes to her house and then they experience a squirrels life through the woods. It was a great book. I would say the message behind the book is to tell students that not everyone is the same, but that doesn't mean they are not great people. You don't know until you meet them. ( )
  CameronYoung | Apr 27, 2020 |
I am always interested in books that are written and illustrated by the same person. I really like reading those because you get to see the full vision of what the author wanted when they wrote the book instead of the illustrator. I usually don't like when the reader adds input while reading because I feel like their input can sway how you feel about the book and make you feel a way that the author didn't intend. I liked this readers input however and agreed with her. My favorite part about this book is that it has 2 parts; one for each character. Most book just say how the other character feels instead of letting the character themself talk. I think this book would be good just for a fun book to read but to also show students how you can mean one thing but it can be interpreted as another. ( )
  Haley_dennis | Apr 15, 2020 |
A Tale of Two Beasts has a very simple storyline: A young girl captures an animal in the forest. But in this book, simple does not mean boring. The author plays with point of view and shows the reader how people see things differently. I think this book could be used to help children understand point of view and develop their own writing style. ( )
  ebrossette | Apr 15, 2020 |
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When a little girl rescues a strange beast from the woods, she takes him home. But for some reason, the little beast is not happy! There are two sides to every story, and this funny and charming tale is no exception. Author/illustrator Fiona Roberton offers both points of view in this discussion-starting tale of the importance of seeing the world in different ways

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