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The Old Woman Who Named Things (original: 1996; edição: 2000)

de Cynthia Rylant (Autor)

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An old woman who has outlived all her friends is reluctant to become too attached to the stray dog that visits her each day.
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Título:The Old Woman Who Named Things
Autores:Cynthia Rylant (Autor)
Informação:HMH Books for Young Readers (2000), Edition: First, 32 pages
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The Old Woman Who Named Things de Cynthia Rylant (1996)

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An old woman who has outlived all her friends keeps from being lonely by naming the things in her life she'll never outlive like her house and her bed. When she meets a puppy the woman refuses to name it, afraid it won't outlive her. The woman doesn't realize she is lonely until she finally meets the puppy who needs someone to love. The story and it's ending is so sweet - showing students the importance of love and companionship. In the classroom it could be used to discuss anticipation throughout books and how it impacts the power of the ending. ( )
  Leighann-Rathe | Apr 16, 2021 |
The old woman's friends have all died and she is lonely. She personalizes all her belonging and gives them names. When a puppy begins coming to here house everyday she doesn't give him a name for fear of getting attached and losing him. One day he doesn't come and she goes looking for him.
Themes -- loneliness, death, new friends
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  kjwatkins78 | May 15, 2020 |
This book was interesting and fun to read. It was about an old woman who outlived all of her friends and family so, she names objects. It is fun to see what she names page after page and to see how the main character develops through the story. It is an easy read, however, not one of my favorites. It is a cute little story but does not provide much to discuss. ( )
  hdadda1 | Mar 31, 2020 |
This is is a very good example of a realistic fiction book because the story can be made up and also can be real. The old lady who likes to name things are afraid of outliving other living things, so she doesn't give names to living creatures. However, when a cute dog who comes to visit her every day disappears, the lady regrets that she did not give the dog a name. Luckily, she eventually finds the dog and gives it a name. This book illustrates the importance of manes. Also, it tells us that we should not close our hearts because we are afraid of being hurt. The story has a warm ending and is thought-provoking.
Teachers can use this book to teach pupils to cherish their own and others' names, to care about things around them and to open their mind to accept and to love. ( )
  lolatong | Jan 27, 2018 |
This is a realistic fiction because the story is based on an old woman and a dog, which can be happened in reality.
A old woman whose friends have all gone names long-lasting things as her friends, such as furniture. Then a street dog come and become her friend, named lucky.
Everyone will die. When we grow up, we will have the time loneliness but, we should never stop trying and making friends.
It is a good book for the upper elementary. ( )
  Zhaoying | Jan 25, 2018 |
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