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Imagine por Juan Felipe Herrera
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Imagine (edição 2018)

por Juan Felipe Herrera (Autor), Lauren Castillo (Ilustrador)

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A buoyant, breathtaking poem from Juan Felipe Herrera - brilliantly illustrated by Caldecott Honoree Lauren Castillo - speaks to every dreaming heart.Have you ever imagined what you might be when you grow up? When he was very young, Juan Felipe Herrera picked chamomile flowers in windy fields and let tadpoles swim across his hands in a creek. He slept outside and learned to say good-bye to his amiguitos each time his family moved to a new town. He went to school and taught himself to read and write English and filled paper pads with rivers of ink as he walked down the street after school. And when he grew up, he became the United States Poet Laureate and read his poems aloud on the steps of the Library of Congress. If he could do all of that . . . what could you do? With this illustrated poem of endless possibility, Juan Felipe Herrera and Lauren Castillo breathe magic into the hopes and dreams of readers searching for their place in life.… (mais)
Membro:sobiec
Título:Imagine
Autores:Juan Felipe Herrera (Autor)
Outros autores:Lauren Castillo (Ilustrador)
Informação:Candlewick (2018), Edition: Illustrated, 32 pages
Colecções:A sua biblioteca
Avaliação:****
Etiquetas:Picture book, Poetry, Illustrations, Hopes and Dreams, Immigration, Perseverance

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This book shares a story of a boy who immigrated to America and had to learn English by himself. Although his journey was long and hard, he asks the readers what they want to be when they grow up. He encourages those who may be afraid to speak up or those who have lost hope. This book would be great for kindergarten to early elementary students. The breathtaking poetry and illustrations in this book also bring the story to life. ( )
  sobiec | Apr 19, 2021 |
This is a power autobiography written through poetry in verse form. It shares the story of Juan Felipe Herrera and how he struggled but fought to get where he is today. The message behind the book is if I could do it, just imagine would you could do. This book is inspiring and full of different themes like: imagination, immigration, and overcoming diversity. The illustrations, by Lauren Castillo, have a symmetrical relationship with the text and further enhance the message of the poem. This book would be an amazing book to show in the classroom to help teach students to believe in themselves and dream big. ( )
  Cfelder | Apr 18, 2021 |
This is a poetry book. This book would be great for 1st through 3rd grade.

This book is about a little boy. He talks about many experiences and then at the end of each says imagine. He talks about his challenges of being an English language learner. He struggled to talk and write in class because he didn't know English. He walked through many more experiences and worked through these things. When he got to the end of the story he talked about being a very well known poem writer. He wants our students to imagine what they can do. If he went through these struggles and work his way up to his dreams then they can too.

I liked this book because it was interactive and would make the students think about their goals and it lets them imagine where they want to be and what they want to do. I also like this book because it brings awareness to the struggles and fears of English language learners but it also shows that they can overcome these struggles and fears. I would use this in my classroom. I would use it as a writing prompt. I would have my students imagine. They could imagine where they want to be when they grow up and they can write about these things. This story can be a guide, and it will show them to dream big. ( )
  julia.rexine | Mar 1, 2021 |
"Imagine" is a beautiful poem detailing Herrera's life, from the time he was a little boy to when he became the United States Poet Laureate. The poem leaves children with the message that if he could do all of that, imagine what they could do. I thought this poem was inspiring and the illustrations were too. ( )
  SophiaLCastillo | Apr 27, 2020 |
The young protagonist is pictured in a variety of settings - an open field with a full moon looking over it; a pickup truck about to leave home for good and head elsewhere; an elementary school in the United States on the first day the protagonist will attend - and each setting is paired with a stanza of poetry ending with the word "imagine". Dreamy illustrations feel timeless and remind me of The Little Prince. This tale of possibility and immigration shows the way a child perceives and experiences changes, and the way a child might use their imagination to cope with these changes. At the end of the book, the young protagonist is suddenly much older and standing on stage in front of a large audience, as poet laureate of the United States. Though this scene makes sense in the context of the author's life (he was poet laureate of the U.S. from 2015-2017), it was a big jump from the rest of the book, which is set in childhood. I am still glad the scene was included, because it shows how the protagonist ultimately received a monumental audience for his writing, and for his process of imagining. ( )
  lydsmith | Jan 26, 2020 |
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A buoyant, breathtaking poem from Juan Felipe Herrera - brilliantly illustrated by Caldecott Honoree Lauren Castillo - speaks to every dreaming heart.Have you ever imagined what you might be when you grow up? When he was very young, Juan Felipe Herrera picked chamomile flowers in windy fields and let tadpoles swim across his hands in a creek. He slept outside and learned to say good-bye to his amiguitos each time his family moved to a new town. He went to school and taught himself to read and write English and filled paper pads with rivers of ink as he walked down the street after school. And when he grew up, he became the United States Poet Laureate and read his poems aloud on the steps of the Library of Congress. If he could do all of that . . . what could you do? With this illustrated poem of endless possibility, Juan Felipe Herrera and Lauren Castillo breathe magic into the hopes and dreams of readers searching for their place in life.

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