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Little Helpers: Animals on the Job! (edição 2018)

por Michéle Brummer Everett (Autor)

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Título:Little Helpers: Animals on the Job!
Autores:Michéle Brummer Everett (Autor)
Informação:HMH Books for Young Readers (2018), 32 pages
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Etiquetas:nonfiction, disability, pk-3, white, african american

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Little Helpers is a book that shows how various animals can help people with different needs and disabilities. For example, monkey can reach up to grab something for you or to give you a scratch. I really like the illustrations too. They stay in the same gray and yellow scale, and they are stylized. They convey a warming sensation of collaboration between all parts of animal kingdom; most importantly, as the book ends, collaboration between humans. At the end, Michele Brummer pursues the reader to help friends just like the animals do. What a sweet message!! ( )
  YUvarova | Oct 8, 2019 |
"Little Helpers Animals on the Job!" is a great way to introduce children to service animals. The story follows a variety of animals and shows how they can help people. The animals include: cats, horses, llamas, tortoises, snakes, pigs, monkeys, parrots, ferrets, rabbits and dogs. I enjoyed reading this story because I learned how each animal can help a specific person, which I never knew before! For example, cats are great at providing comfort to people in hospitals. Studies have shown that simply petting a cat may lower blood pressure and boost immunity, making people get better faster. ( )
  eniehaus | Oct 7, 2019 |
This book actually helped learn about other animals that help people with different disabilities and illnesses. I never thought that a snake could be trained to help humans. I was surprised by the many different animals that are used to help and bring comfort to people. This book did not talk specifically about one disability or illness, it mostly talked about how the animals can help and make things easier. I also liked how towards the end of the book it says that people can also be little helpers for people with disabilities and illnesses. ( )
  dmesquivel | Apr 18, 2019 |
You have heard of therapy dogs that do many jobs helping people, but have you ever heard of a therapy snake or turtle? Learn about many other types of animals that can be trained to help us in our daily lives.

This book is recommended for children ages 3-5. The comic like illustrations add to the text depicting what each animal is able to do for its owner. It would be a good introduction to therapy animals for older preschoolers or kindergarten age children. ( )
  SWONclear | Jan 29, 2019 |
First-time author/illustrator Michéle Brummer Everett makes her picture-book debut here, profiling various service animals and the important roles they have in helping people. From snakes that are trained to sense the onset of seizures to llamas that visit classrooms, from dogs who work as guides for the blind to cats who give company and comfort to those in hospitals, the animals discussed here range from the more obscure to the more common. Whatever species they are however, they are all little helpers...

Informative and engaging, Little Helpers: Animals On the Job! was quite an interesting read. I appreciated the fact that Everett covered some service animals with which many readers might be unfamiliar. I found myself googling some of them - especially the snake! - skeptical of the claim, only to run across some fascinating real-life stories. I wasn't completely sold on the illustrations here - they felt a little flat to me - but overall I did enjoy this one. Recommended to young animal lovers, and to anyone looking for picture-books about service animals of all kinds. ( )
  AbigailAdams26 | May 8, 2018 |
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