- Tapa dura: 32 páginas
- Edad recomendada: 3 - 7 años
- Editor: ATHENEUM BOOKS; Edición: Us (1 de noviembre de 2008)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1416971270
- ISBN-13: 978-1416971276
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Dogfish (Inglés) Tapa dura – 1 nov 2008
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When his mother asks him why he wants to have a dog when he already has a goldfish, a little boy responds with clever answers and a creative solution in the form of an imaginative creature called a dogfish.
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Gillian Shields was born and brought up in England, where she studied English and worked in a drama school for several years. She now looks after her family and teaches English and drama part-time, as well as writing for children. Her first book, Ben and Gran and the Whole, Wide, Wonderful World, was published by Macmillan in London. The Starlight Baby is Gillian's first book for Simon & Schuster.
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What I really love about this book as a parent is that it is not too long. Some children's stories are so long, that I get tired of reading them, and my kids lose interest before the story is over. This one is just right...not too short, not too long. I think there are about 28 pages..some pages only have a single sentence, while others have maybe 3 or 4.
The book is a hardcover with a dustjacket, and is printed on quality paper. I LOVE the illustrations, they are fun to look at for children and adults alike. Very creative.
In addition to the positive message, this book is also good at helping children identify emotions. For example there is a part where the boy and the fish are sad and the book says, " these are our said looks"..with an illustration of the boy and the fish looking sad. Great for kids learning to identify feelings.
Wonderful story, would make a great gift for any child, or even a teacher for the classroom. This book is geared towards children ages 3-7, which I think is appropriate, and I even think that kids as old as 8 could even take away something from this story.
1. The book's lesson is real important one for the kids. As we know children WANT things even though they do not really NEED them. And as parents, we cannot always give them what they want, so this lesson in the book will encouarge children to be content with what they already have.
2. The book's point is: find happiness in what you already have. This is done by (1) being creative with what you have and (2) being appreciative of what you have.
The book's illustration is simple but eye catching. My kids like the book. Also, it opened the door for teaching them to be happy with what they have (toys, books, etc). The book is also stitched (not glued to the spine), therefore it is sturdy. Highly recommended!