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The Day You Begin de Jacqueline Woodson

The Day You Begin (edição: 2018)

de Jacqueline Woodson (Autor), Rafael López (Ilustrador)

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Other students laugh when Rigoberto, an immigrant from Venezuela, introduces himself but later, he meets Angelina and discovers that he is not the only one who feels like an outsider.
Título:The Day You Begin
Autores:Jacqueline Woodson (Autor)
Outros autores:Rafael López (Ilustrador)
Informação:Nancy Paulsen Books (2018), Edition: Illustrated, 32 pages
Coleções:Sua biblioteca
Etiquetas:realistic fiction children's picture book, story of students learning how to love their culture and backgrounds, themes: diversity, social issues, and accepting your differences, for ages kindergarten-3rd grade

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The Day You Begin de Jacqueline Woodson


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This is an early elementary picture book from National Book Award winning author and poet Jacqueline Woodson, and Pura Belpre winning illustrator Rafael Lopez. It's about a little girl who is new in her class and as she looks at her classmates and listens to their conversations she begins to feel very aware of being different. But as the students share their stories with each other they learn to celebrate what makes them unique and find connections in the things they have in common.
  EricaReynolds | Jul 27, 2021 |
Imagen yourself entering a room for the first time, where you don't know what is behind the door, and feeling out of place, buty having the courage to move forward. This book is about being different, but also the same, and how those differences makes us the unique individual we are. ( )
  MolinaPatricia | Jun 28, 2021 |
“The Day you begin” by Jacqueline Woodson is a beautifully written story about the first day of school for Angelina, an adorable girl of color. Like most new kids, she is worried about meeting new friends and being accepted. As she enters her classroom she finds students of all different races and cultures. As they start sharing stories of their summer vacations, Angelina feels awkward because she didn’t go away on a vacation. She spent her summer reading books to her little sister. Once she shares her story she realizes that even though they are all different, by sharing their stories they find connections.

The beautiful illustrations by award winning Illustrator, Rafael Lopez really compliment this sweet story. The words flow on the page and the illustrations bring it all to life. Woodson is a dynamic and powerful writer. This is a great read aloud for the first day of school for PK-2 students. ( )
  BookwormMarie | May 23, 2021 |
This book teaches children acceptance as it tells the story about students who do not always feel included. The Day You Begin talks about many events and scenarios that children experience, but do not verbalize. Woodson uses beautiful poetic language and striking illustrations to tell this story. I would recommend this book to young students to teach them about poetry. It will also teach students how to be kinder to one another. ( )
  Jaimemcdonald | Apr 18, 2021 |
The Day You Begin is a realistic fiction book telling the story of students accepting their differences and finding things in commons with their classmates. This story is full of themes like: social issues, diversity and prejudice in the classroom, and embracing your differences. The illustrations reflect the words of the text and help further explain the meaning of the text. The illustrations and the text are both very straightforward and complement each other. This story is moving and motivational for students. The issues of diversity, prejudice, and discrimination are something very real in our society. This is a story that students should be showed to show that it is ok if your look different from someone else. This book touches on some of the issues/struggles that students face in the classroom, and these struggles are things that students can find a way to relate to. ( )
  Cfelder | Apr 18, 2021 |
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In The Day You Begin, Rafael López’s illustrations marry with Jacqueline Woodson’s text to create the perfect visual experience of growing from an outsider to finding the courage to connect with others “a little like you [but] so fabulously not quite like you at all.”
adicionado por g33kgrrl | editarThe Horn Book, Inc, Erika Long (Nov 20, 2018)
Woodson’s gentle, lilting story and López’s artistry create a stirring portrait of the courage it takes to be oneself: “There will be times when you walk into a room and no one there is quite like you until the day you begin/ to share your stories.”
adicionado por g33kgrrl | editarPublishers Weekly (starred review) (Jun 11, 2018)
A bright jewel-toned palette and clever details, including a literal reflection of a better future, reveal hope and pride in spite of the taunting. This reassuring, lyrical book feels like a big hug from a wise aunt as she imparts the wisdom of the world in order to calm trepidatious young children: One of these things is not like the other, and that is actually what makes all the difference.
adicionado por g33kgrrl | editarKirkus Reviews, starred review (Jun 11, 2018)
Award winning team Jacqueline Woodson and Rafael Lopez have created this new picture book and it is even more perfect than we anticipated.
The soft, evocative illustrations introduce us to characters who live these situations alone, before realizing that they can connect across, and because of, the identities and experiences that make them unique.

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