- Tapa blanda: 36 páginas
- Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform (5 de agosto de 2013)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1491228024
- ISBN-13: 978-1491228029
The Line that Learned a Lesson (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 5 ago 2013
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Tapa blanda, 5 ago 2013
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“ The Line That Learned a Lesson” tells a moral while delightfully engaging young readers to look at the alphabet in a creative, new way. The Line is very proud that it is straight and tall and brags about the things that it can achieve. The Line loves its family and also finds the alphabet irresistible. It can draw 15 letters, but finds the other 11 impossible to write. What happens when the Line tries to relax and bend? Is it better to stay true to oneself or to change? Using a clever approach, this refreshing tale ends with a happy solution!
Biografía del autor
A refreshingly creative and engaging approach to learning! “The Line that Learned a Lesson”, is a new direction for professional artist, Beverly Erdreich. After enjoying the success of over 25 one woman exhibits of her paintings, the author decided to go in a new direction and write and illustrate a children’s book. A stand out book, “The Line that Learned a Lesson” provides a captivating tale that encourages young readers to interact with its story and embrace its positive lesson. The author’s inspiration was sharing the delight of children enjoying countless books and responding to imaginative tales. Therefore, she decided to use her artistic abilities to create a book with a moral, which would also highlight and re-enforce learning the alphabet. As it turns out, the lesson is as good for the reader as it is for the listener.
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As a former teacher, I recommend this book for all classrooms with students age 5-9.