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Monday, Wednesday, and Every Other Weekend (edição 2014)

por Karen Stanton (Autor), Karen Stanton (Ilustrador)

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Although Henry enjoys the time he spends at his mother's apartment and his father's house, his dog Pomegranate gets confused about which place is home.
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Título:Monday, Wednesday, and Every Other Weekend
Autores:Karen Stanton (Autor)
Outros autores:Karen Stanton (Ilustrador)
Informação:Feiwel & Friends (2014), 40 pages
Colecções:A sua biblioteca
Avaliação:****
Etiquetas:easy, white, middle class, gr k-3, divorce, city, pet, divided, music, colorful.

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The divorce of his parents has been difficult for both Henry and his dog. Resolution takes place when Henry discovers that home is defined as a place of love and acceptance.
  NCSS | Jul 23, 2021 |
Henry and his dog, Pomegranate, lived at Mama's house on Mondays, Wednesdays, and every other weekend, but on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and every other weekend, they lived at Papa's house. Henry and Pomegranate love singing at Mama's house and dancing at Papa's house, but sometimes Pomegranate just wants to go home. One morning, when Henry woke up, Pomegranate was missing, so Henry, Mama, and Papa searched both houses for him and he was still nowhere to be found. When Mama and Papa went to check for Pomegranate at the pound and asked the neighbors if they've seen Pomegranate, they told Henry to stay home, but Henry couldn't stay home because he knew exactly where Pomegranate was, at their old house where Mama, Papa, Henry, and Pomegranate all lived together. When Henry got to their old house, Pomegranate was there with a little girl with yellow hair named Penny. After Henry pushes Penny on his old red swing, he notices new shiny wind chimes have taken the place of Mama's mobiles and tomatoes the same color as Papa's are now growing in Penny's garden. Henry tells Penny about his two new homes, but shortly after Penny's father calls Penny inside and it's time for Pomegranate and Henry to leave their old house behind. Pomegranate isn't ready to leave, but Henry shows Pomegranate the way home.

I really enjoyed this book because of the symbolism and meaning that this book holds, especially for younger students experiencing the same thing. I also LOVE this book's illustrations. This would be a great book to recommend to students that you know are struggling with the changes that have taken place because of their parent's divorce. ( )
  m.curtis | Feb 16, 2020 |
As a child of divorce, I wish I would have been exposed to more books about children going through the same thing as me. This book helps explain that divorce is sad but that the child is still loved and will always be loved by their parent. This book uses repetition to signify importance. It also uses words that signify time of day and week. This helps progress the story through time. Students can use this as a model for their writing if they have something to emphasize or if their story relies on the importance of time. ( )
  JasmineMcBride | Sep 25, 2019 |
Karen Stanton's approach in this book is about a young child experiencing life with divorced parents and living in two homes. The main character in this story, Henry, is a young boy who seeks various activities at both of his parents homes. When his dog, Pomegranate, runs away, Henry is told to stay at home, and both of his parents go out to search for him. While his parents search for their dog, Henry knows that Pomegranate ran away to their old house. This story has a touching ending when Henry tells his dog, "I'll show you the way back home". I enjoy how even struggling with his own issues, Henry is able to be strong and provide support and be there for his dog who is also struggling with the divorce of Henry's parents. This is an essential story that many young children can relate to with having divorced parents. And it can allow for students who do not have divorced parents to put themselves in the shoes of those with divorced parents. ( )
  Morgan.Santiago | Sep 24, 2019 |
I read this book to my 5-year-old brother and I don't think he understood the concept. I think this book was so real though. Henry and his dog have two homes now. They have one at Mama's and one at Papa's. I love how the author makes it seem like the dog is not ready to leave his old home instead of the child. When the dog gets lost, both mom and dad come together to help from the dog. In the end, Henry tells the dog, "I'll show you the way back home." The author made Henry a strong character by being there for his dog because he does not like change. This is a perfect read for children to learn that some parents do not live together and that some children have more than one home. ( )
  cynthiahurtado | Apr 22, 2019 |
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