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The Typewriter de Bill Thomson
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The Typewriter (edição: 2016)

de Bill Thomson (Autor), Bill Thomson (Ilustrador)

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In this picture book with few words, three children find a typewriter on a carousel, and begin an adventure that helps them discover the wonder of words.
Membro:DrQ
Título:The Typewriter
Autores:Bill Thomson (Autor)
Outros autores:Bill Thomson (Ilustrador)
Informação:Two Lions (2016), 40 pages
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Etiquetas:Wordless

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5/5 Stars. Such a fun fiction story! This wordless picture book introduces five small words however does not rely on the words to display any meaning or movement forward of the books plot. This book is a great way to transition from completely wordless text to a few words connected to illustrations. The book introduces imagination and creativity with giant buckets of ice cream and a monster crab which can work in numerous different lessons. ( )
  nthomp11 | Mar 9, 2020 |
This book is so adorable and to put it simply, opens up the world of imagination for children. As the three characters type on their typewriter, they bring their desires to life. When they want to travel to the beach, they type the word "beach." When they want ice cream, they type it and watch as a giant beach pail lands in front of them with ice cream filled to the top. When they're frightened by a giant crab that they wrote into their story, they type up the words "big wave" to sweep the crab away. They end their journey by typing "the end." These are all examples of using your imagination to make fun things come to life. This was overall a fun story for all ages. I believe this is a wordless picture book that mid to late elementary students would understand with no issues. ( )
  rostro4 | Feb 10, 2020 |
This book was interesting to me because it had a strong theme of exploring creativity and adventure. The pictures helped bring the story to life by being as detailed as possible. The student looking through this book can make it their own story just by how vivid the pictures were. I feel it would be appropriate for a younger age level in elementary classrooms. Because of the younger audience, the teacher can take it upon herself to ask questions as she flips through the pages. ( )
  nsardo1 | Feb 10, 2020 |
"The Typewriter" by Bill Thomson is a fantastic read for grades K-3 as well as K-5 for ESL students. This wordless picture book tells of a typewriter that makes the words become a reality. Thomson does a fantastic job of creating imaginative and detailed illustrations that really attract young readers to the story. This book would be a fantastic guideline to discuss setting. The setting is constantly changing so conversation could be based around what makes the settings the same, different, and so on. The book is also a great way to learn about story structure and really break down beginning, middle and end. I love the books eye-catching format and see this book as a great learning tool in the classroom because of its imaginative storyline and clear plot-points. ( )
  Ggrima1 | Sep 23, 2019 |
I liked this wordless picture book because it had a very powerful theme of adventure and curiosity. I loved how vivid the pictures were, and they were illustrated in such a way where any child reading it can make their own version of the book which is great for creative thinking. Three kids find a typewriter when it is winter out. After they type a word, they find out that whatever they type into it will become their reality. I would say this book is for the lower classes, kindergarten to fourth grade. With the little students, the teacher can ask “what do you think will happen next.” This will promote sequence and help the student understand what that means. With the older kids, the teacher can make a writing prompt for what the student will type in and what the setting would be when they do so. I really like this book and will definitely put it in my classroom library. ( )
  dafraser16 | Sep 23, 2019 |
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