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Finding Winnie: The True Story of the World's Most Famous Bear (original: 2015; edição: 2015)

de Lindsay Mattick (Autor), Sophie Blackall (Ilustrador)

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A woman tells her young son the true story of how his great-great-grandfather, Captain Harry Colebourn, rescued and learned to love a bear cub in 1914 as he was on his way to take care of soldiers' horses during World War I, and the bear became the inspiration for A.A. Milne's Winnie-the-Pooh.
Membro:KelcieBailey
Título:Finding Winnie: The True Story of the World's Most Famous Bear
Autores:Lindsay Mattick (Autor)
Outros autores:Sophie Blackall (Ilustrador)
Informação:Little, Brown Books for Young Readers (2015), Edition: Illustrated, 56 pages
Coleções:Sua biblioteca
Avaliação:*****
Etiquetas:children's book, nonfiction, history

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Finding Winnie: The True Story of the World’s Most Famous Bear de Lindsay Mattick (2015)

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This a wonderful book for primary or intermediate students. It is a such a sweet and revealing book about the story behind the beloved bear Winnie-the-Pooh. As the reader you are invited on a heartwarming journey in which you meet the little bear Winnie, her owner Harry, and her bestfriend Christopher Robin, as well as A.A. Milne who wrote the bear stories we now know so fondly. This is a non-fiction book and a Caldecott award winner. This is a very helpful book because it tells the true history of a very well-known and beloved bear. I would use this book in a read-a-loud with my class, and then have worksheets and coloring pages that portray the history from the book that students get to fill-out and further learn from.
  ledambrockman | Feb 2, 2021 |
Reach back in history through a family tree to tell the story of Christopher Robin Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh, and AA Milne. Great story and excellent artwork! ( )
  deldevries | Dec 15, 2020 |
This is the great book about a bear named Winnie. Winnie is the main inspiration for the children's character that everyone know and loves, Winnie the Pooh! This story is about Winnie's journey to meet Christopher Robin. I highly recommend this book to younger kids, but it is also a great book for older students to reminisce about Mr. Winnie the Pooh. ( )
  StephanieEHoover | Nov 20, 2020 |
This is a cute, true story about the bear that was behind the classic Winnie-the-Pooh. I really enjoyed reading this because it put a very real aspect to the classic Winnie-the-Pooh so many of us grew up on. It includes Winnie the Bear and Christopher Robbin in this story. I think this is a book the kids will be interested in, because so many of them know who Winnie the Pooh is, and will find it interesting that the bear behind the story is actually real. This would be fun to do a read aloud with for a brain break. ( )
  VMikeska | Nov 18, 2020 |
Nonfiction- expository writing

Cole asked his mom to tell him a bedtime story. He wanted to hear a true story about a bear. She told him about a veterinarian who was riding a train and at a train stop saw a man with a bear cub on a leash. He bought the bear from the man and brought it to battle with the rest of the men. They named her Winnipeg and the men fed her well on the train. Winnie was a great navigator. She rode on the ship across the atlantic with the men and horses. Henry had to leave her at the London Zoo before they shipped off to France. A boy named Christopher Robbin loved to go visit Winnie at the zoo. He named his stuffed bear Winnie the Pooh after his friend at the zoo. Christopher’s father wrote books all about them and their adventures together. After the war Henry saw how loved and taken care of Winnie was, so he returned to Winnipeg. Cole, the one being told the story by his mom, is actually Henry’s great great grandson.

I loved learning about this true story. I had no idea that was how Winnie the Pooh came to be. I think a lot of students would be able to connect the dots of how Winnie the Pooh became became such a classic. It shows friendship and also has good illustrations. ( )
  KelcieBailey | Nov 8, 2020 |
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Right from the start I was intrigued by the book’s framing sequence. Here we have a bit of nonfiction for kids, and yet all throughout the book we’re hearing Cole interjecting his comments as his mother tells him this story. It’s a unique way of presenting what is already an interesting narrative in a particularly child-friendly manner. But why do it at all? What I kept coming back to as I read the book was how much it made the story feel like A.A. Milne’s. Anyone who has attempted to read the first Winnie-the-Pooh book to their small children will perhaps be a bit surprised by the extent to which Christopher Robin’s voice keeps popping up, adding his own color commentary to the proceedings. Cole’s voice does much the same thing, and once I realized that Mattick was playing off of Milne’s classic, other Winnie-the-Pooh callbacks caught my eye.
 

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For Cole. May this story always remind you of the impact one small, loving gesture can have. -LM
For my father, who has always loved Bears. -SB
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Harry's hands were never cold, even in Winnipeg, where winters are so frosty that icicles grow on the insides of your nose. That was just the kind of doctor he was. [illustration of Harry in tweed patting the nose of a dapple-gray horse]
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A woman tells her young son the true story of how his great-great-grandfather, Captain Harry Colebourn, rescued and learned to love a bear cub in 1914 as he was on his way to take care of soldiers' horses during World War I, and the bear became the inspiration for A.A. Milne's Winnie-the-Pooh.

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