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May I Bring a Friend? por Beatrice de…
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May I Bring a Friend? (original 1964; edição 1989)

por Beatrice de Regniers (Autor)

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A well-mannered little boy has permission to bring his animal friends to visit the king and queen.
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Título:May I Bring a Friend?
Autores:Beatrice de Regniers (Autor)
Informação:Aladdin (1989), Edition: Reprint, 48 pages
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May I Bring a Friend? por Beatrice de Regniers (1964)

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In this book, a child is invited to tea with the king and queen, but the child wants to bring a friend, an unusually large animal friend. The king and queen oblige and then the next day the child brings another friend and so on until eventually the entire zoo is visiting a royal castle. ( )
  JenniferSprinkle | Jul 31, 2019 |
This is a fun story about a child who is invited to tea with the king and queen and wants to bring a friend. This friend turns out to be a rather large animal. Each successive day the child wants to bring another friend and so on. The illustrations are mostly monochromatic on each page with a featured color. ( )
  JenniferSprinkle | Jun 26, 2019 |
May I bring a Friend? is a cute, fun story of how a little boy is invited to various events by the King and Queen. He is invited for tea, breakfast, dinner, apple pie, and Halloween. After each royal invite, he asks if he may bring a friend, which portrays the wide-eyed innocence of a child. Children would no doubt get a kick out of who the little boy's friends are: elephants, giraffes, hippos, and lions, etc. As the animals get far more ridiculous as the story goes on, the royal couple stays just as gracious and accepting. On the last day of the week, the boy's friends want the King and Queen to visit them for tea at the zoo, which they happily oblige.
One thing I liked about this book is the song-like rhymes. It almost felt like I was singing quietly in my head as I was reading the story. It would be fun to read aloud to children because of that aspect. Although it won a Caldecott Medal, the illustrations didn't thrill me. However, one thing I did like about Montresor's work was how he only made the drawings of the boy and his animal friends colorful, thus emphasizing the wonder and imagination of the story.
I believe this book ultimately teaches an important lesson of the true meaning of friendship and accepting the differences among us, but in a light and playful manner any child would enjoy. ( )
  MegWilliams | Jan 28, 2019 |
This is a cute story about a young boy who is invited by the King and Queen almost every day to their house for teas, breakfast, lunch, dinner, Halloween, and Apple Pie Friday. Each time the young boy brings a different animal. The King and Queen always welcome his friends as theirs. In the end, the little boy welcomes the King and Queen to come see him and his friends at the City Zoo for tea.
The illustrations of this book made me think deeper into the story. As you begin this book the pictures are white and plain but as soon as the little boy brings an animal to the King and Queen the pages are full of color. This happens each time he brings a new animal. I believe that the illustrator is trying to tell show us something beyond words. The King and Queen’s life are brightened and made better by the little boy and his animal and that is why they keep inviting them. This would tie into why only pictures of everyone together has color. The animal’s visits make their lives complete. While reading I find that the colorful pages made me more interested and I wanted to look at the details of the pictures more. I was able to notice more compared to what I noticed on the white pictures. ( )
  eritzmann | Feb 9, 2018 |
The story May I Bring a Friend focuses on a young boy who is constantly invited to the King and Queen’s place for different types of events. The young boy is portrayed as kind for his actions and witty. He politely asks if he could bring a friend and is granted the opportunity to by the King and Queen. Each time he attends an event, he brings a zoo animal, whether it was for tea, Halloween, Apple Pie Friday, or breakfast, lunch, and dinner, there was some type of animal each time. The story ends with the young boy telling the King and Queen that his friends, the zoo animals, would like them to come visit. The young boy, King and Queen all go to the zoo in order to visit the friends at the City Zoo for tea. ( )
  CarlyOHaro | Mar 1, 2017 |
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