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Orangutan Tongs: Poems to Tangle Your Tongue (original: 2009; edição: 2009)

de Jon Agee (Autor), Jon Agee (Ilustrador)

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Have you ever gotten tripped up trying to say a silly succession of similar syllables? Try out these hilarious tongue twisters for lots of fun!
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Título:Orangutan Tongs: Poems to Tangle Your Tongue
Autores:Jon Agee (Autor)
Outros autores:Jon Agee (Ilustrador)
Informação:Disney-Hyperion (2009), 32 pages
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Etiquetas:Poetry, tongue twister, childrens poetry, word play, Humor, funny

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Orangutan Tongs: Poems to Tangle Your Tongue de Jon Agee (2009)

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Summery:

Jon Agee is the author of this book of poems. His uses illustrations to capture the true meaning of the words. There are several poems which are rhythmically balanced and offer an opportunity to get tongue tied as you read. No one poem is similar to the other.

Personal Reaction:

I liked this book. The poems were geared toward young children and entertained the adult reader. The illustrations offer another perspective into the meaning of the poems. My favorite part of the book was the amount of tongue twisters throughout the writings. As the reader guides their way through the book they often get tripped up on the combination of words and syllables.

Classroom Extension:

1. Have students create one poem with two or more tongue twisters intertwined in the writing.
2.Have students create a poem and exchange it with other classmates. Then have the students create an illustration to go along with their new poem.
3.Have students form small groups and practice reading different poems out loud to one another. ( )
  cwarren0123 | Nov 26, 2016 |
This is a book with a series of tongue twisters that were very fun to try even though I am horrible at them. I think many people do enjoy trying this because they are fun. I think this book would be good to read just for a good laugh and a little bit of fun. ( )
  K_Rodriguez | Nov 26, 2014 |
This book was good, but not one of the best. I liked this book for two reasons. First, the illustration gave an authentic feel for each poem. Each illustration varied in perception. For example, "Unique New York" illustrated a view from above, looking down onto the city crowd full of different people, languages and conversations. The illustration moved you with the writing. Second, the writing I enjoyed as well. Each poem was different and not related to the one before it. The writing was clear, exciting and short, each poem not being longer than a page. The rhythm of the writing was musical upon reading it. The reader can take away the idea that in life you got to keep your mind open to new ideas before shutting them down. ( )
  mallen16 | Oct 10, 2013 |
This is a great colletion of tongue twisters and I am very impressed with the entire collection, mostly because every one of them is fresh and new. No Sally selling seashells in this book! It was a lot of fun bungling the words as I went from page to page. ( )
  matthewbloome | May 19, 2013 |
this is a collection of truly tongue twisting poems!! Try the Two Tree Toads!! Great repetitions and rhyming, "A three-toed tree toad tried to tie a two-toed tree toad's shoe". The children will have a hilarious time trying to read these poems, its a lovely fun way to introduce them to poetry.
  ogechukwu | Nov 11, 2012 |
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