Michael Grejniec Ö 7 READL is it Will it
Be As Big As Itas big as it Will it be far away Well the same thing happens to the animals in this storyThe tortoise appeared and he had an idea he would go up to the highest mountain and from there he would try to reach the moon but even though the reach the moon But even though the seemed to be closer I still could not touch it so the tortoise asked the elephant for help but the moon instead of letting itself reach decided to play with them and move away a little And they decided to call friends And about the turtle how silly a turtle that holds four elephants that support the world and how fashionable it was in the engravings and stories the elephant the giraffe the zebra the lion the fox the monkey went up until finally it was the turn of the little mouse This book use the constant repetition of the same phrase if you climb on my back maybe we can reach the moon it and cumulative succession of characters to build the storyThis be used in classroom to have knowledge and understanding of world animals starts sky and Astros Personal social and emotional development generosity union solidarity cooperation Reasoning and numeracy distance I liked this especially the unlikely hero though you ll get no spoilers from me Used this for my storytelling session today I really loved this one Kept the kids guessing whether each additional animal could finally help to reach the moon Useful book to teach them about sharing and helping one another My son almost 3 years old loves the story and how the animals are friends with each other Is his favorite bedtime stor. Children’s fascination of the night sky and the moon this contemporary myth will engage young readers through its imaginative story and fanciful illustrations. .
Does A Great Joba great ob the story line very simple He didn t explain why the animals want to taste the moon and how exactly the moon tastes like which opens the doors to uestions and ideas from children The simple composition of the pictures on each page allows teachers to print the animals the mountains and the moon out into pieces on a black paper Typically developing children can do a puzzle of the story or act the story out while children with special needs can manipulate all the compositions and learn languages This book might be put on a bookshelf for literacy animal names art collage science tastes and "moon The animals want to find out what the moon tastes like They pile one "phases The want to find out what the moon tastes like They pile one top of one another until the mouse is able to break off a bit of the moon for them to taste And everyone thinks it tastes like what they like best It is a charming read aloud for young children I love this story because who as a child has never dreamed of touching the moon or has not imagined what happens there Or what how does the moon taste like What color wil. Ngs punctuate this story that draws from classic fables and legends while shedding light on important values such as generosity solidarity and kindness Capturing. .
At night they longingly gazed up at the sky They reached up and tried to catch it stretching their necks their legs and their arms This morning s readaloud pick A Taste of the Moon by Michael Grejniec The illustrations are gorgeous and I can definitely see kiddos enjoying guessing which animal comes
and how they might eventually reach their by calling on friends I can t seem to find out which language this book was originally published in but there are so many translations to choose from There s ust something about the moon that I am always drawn to This pick is a recommendation fromnext and how they might eventually reach their
A Sweet Friend Who Alsosweet friend who also a good picture book as much as I do Guys do picturebook book clubs exist Asking for me This story was alright My almost 3 year old loved to yell out which animal was coming next so it was a nice touch having them appear on the facing page A simple story that definitely feels in translation in a way I can t put my finger on The illustration style is uniue and sweet but almost so subtle you don t really notice it and have to take time to think about what have gone into each image Worth a read but not a purchase This book was so much to read aloud in Storytime It was adorable to see all the kids closing their eyes thinking of their favorite thing to eat and telling them that s what the moon tastes like They also loved telling me which animal was coming to help next folktale feel to this one lots of tales have animals andor people working together to touch or taste the moon This one also ust kind of ends The anim. This whimsical children’s story highlights cooperation and collaboration between a group of animals in their uest to reach the moon Beautiful watercolor painti.