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The Branch por Mireille Messier
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The Branch (edição 2016)

por Mireille Messier (Autor), Pierre Pratt (Ilustrador)

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"When a branch from her beloved tree snaps off in an icy storm, a plucky girl refuses to let it be hauled away. Her neighbor, Mr. Frank, says it's full of potential. So with imagination and spirit (and Mr. Frank's help), the girl creates something whole and new out of the broken branch, to be enjoyed again and again!"--Cover flap.… (mais)
Membro:StephanieCoppolino
Título:The Branch
Autores:Mireille Messier (Autor)
Outros autores:Pierre Pratt (Ilustrador)
Informação:Kids Can Press (2016), 32 pages
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Etiquetas:Synthesizing, Plants, Loss, Renewal

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Very cute book about a girl whose favourite tree branch was felled by a serious ice storm. I can relate because when I was kid some people came in to prune my tree and my mom asked them not to remove the lowest branch because that's the one I used to climb the tree with, but they did anyway and I had to start bringing a plastic chair with me whenever I wanted to climb the tree.

The illustrations are really nice, I especially liked this part with the people who can't walk on the ice:
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  katebrarian | Jul 28, 2020 |
Love this book! Wonderful to watch and learn what happens to the special branch. Great lessons. ( )
  Robinsonstef | Jul 10, 2019 |
When an ice storm wakes up a little girl with a loud snapping sound she is sad and upset that her favorite branch from the tree in her yard has broken off. This is the branch she sat on, jumped on, played under, pretended it was her castle, ship etc. Her mother does not understand at first but then lets her keep the branch. Her neighbour, Mr. Frank builds things, so he says he will help her make something else with it. He tells her the branch has "Potential". “What's potential?” she asks. “It means it's worth keeping.” Mr. Frank and the little girl work together to make something new that will remind the little girl about her branch and all the fun she had with it.

This book could be used when teaching about perseverance, teamwork and initiative. It also shows how older people can be partners in activities and about spending time with them. It could also be used in environmental activities about repurposing things instead of throwing them out and getting new things. The illustrations are great in this book, bright, colourful and imaginative. A great book for school and classroom libraries.

I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ( )
  Carlathelibrarian | Feb 5, 2019 |
This story is about a girl who loves a tree and when a branch breaks off she does not want to part with it but instead wants to build something she can keep forever. I would use this book in synthesizing because children can come to their own conclusions of what they would do with the branch. It also requires higher thinking and problem solving. ( )
  hpresthus | Jun 11, 2018 |

When an ice storm causes her favorite branch to break, a young girl refuses to throw it away. Her neighbor helps her to see the potential of the branch, and helps her transform it into something special.

The art work is wonderful, I want to frame pages 6 and 7, with our heroine sitting on her branch, as "Queen of the Storm!" The story is not overly serious, and has an optimistic "work for what you want" theme. That is quite refreshing and practical.

This is a great addition to any children's book collection, and would make a wonderful gift. I absolutely loved it.

**eARC Netgalley**
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  Critterbee | Apr 16, 2018 |
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"When a branch from her beloved tree snaps off in an icy storm, a plucky girl refuses to let it be hauled away. Her neighbor, Mr. Frank, says it's full of potential. So with imagination and spirit (and Mr. Frank's help), the girl creates something whole and new out of the broken branch, to be enjoyed again and again!"--Cover flap.

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