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Fall Mixed Up

por Bob Raczka

Outros autores: Chad Cameron (Ilustrador)

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The delights of autumn are described in mixed-up verse and illustrations, and the reader is challenged to uncover the errors.
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With a rhyming text from author Bob Raczka and bright, colorful artwork from illustrator Chad Cameron, this fun seasonal picture-book presents a rather mixed-up vision of fall. From orange apples and red pumpkins to hibernating geese and nut-gathering bears, there are plenty of mistakes here, both in text and illustrations, giving the young reader/listener plenty of opportunities to spot what's wrong...

An entertainingly interactive title, Fall Mixed Up would make a wonderful book to read with a young child who enjoys 'search and find' stories, or any other kind of book where the reader and listener get involved more directly in figuring out what is going on. The rhyming text itself reads well, and the artwork is full of the wonderful colors of fall, even when some objects are not the shade one might expect. Recommended to picture-book readers looking for more interactive autumn stories. ( )
  AbigailAdams26 | Sep 20, 2020 |
This was an outstanding book, I did a book share using this book and it was a hit with the second graders I was working with! ( )
  kimtk | Oct 18, 2014 |
This is a great book to read for children through many of ages. This book is about the many things that are in fall and that you may find outside or inside your home. While reading this story you will find the author write about animals, winter clothing and more. But while he is writing about the many things that are in the fall, the author mixes up on what an owl might say or what you wear your gloves on. At the end of this story there is a section of the book where the author mentions to look back at all of the things that are mixed up in the book to see whats different.
This is a great book for children to correct what the mixed up things were within the book. I personally really enjoyed this book and would recommend it to any child. It's not just an interesting book to read but it is also informative and allows children to correct things that are wrong.
  MariPechacek | Dec 11, 2013 |
Fun read aloud for the autumn season. ( )
  Sullywriter | Apr 3, 2013 |
Genre: Informational

Review: This book would be a perfect read aloud book. It talks all about different aspects of Fall and mixes up words, colors of Fall, hibernating animals, etc., each encouraging students to correct them, therefore being a great read aloud book. This book is an informational book because it tells facts about Fall, but they are all mixed up! So the facts require the students to recognize what is wrong and correct it to make the information true.

Style: There are two styles represented in this story. The first is onomatopoeia. An example from this story is, "Wolves say 'Meow.' Black cats say 'Whoo.' Horned owls howl at the full moon - 'How-OOOO!'" The second style is rhythm. The story as a whole flows very well and seems to have a "beat" to it that is easy to follow. It also follows an ABCB rhyming pattern. "Every Septober, every Octember, Fall fills my senses with scenes to remember. Apples turn orange. Pumpkins turn red. Leaves float up into blue skies overhead." The author really embracing these two styles and does a great job incorporating them throughout the story.

Media: Watercolor, paints, collage ( )
  Venisa | Mar 6, 2012 |
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