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Thank You, Mr. Falker por Patricia Polacco
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Thank You, Mr. Falker (edição 2012)

por Patricia Polacco (Autor)

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At first, Trisha loves school, but her difficulty learning to read makes her feel dumb, until, in the fifth grade, a new teacher helps her understand and overcome her problem.
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Título:Thank You, Mr. Falker
Autores:Patricia Polacco (Autor)
Informação:Philomel Books (2012), Edition: Illustrated, 40 pages
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"Bookbag", Oct/Nov 1999
  AprilGraziano | Jul 26, 2021 |
Polacco again captures her experiences in school through this book. Trisha is in the 5th grade and still does not know how to read much less write. She has escaped passed her previous teachers without detection until she gets a new teacher, a teacher everyone loves Mr. Falker. He pays extra close attention to Trisha and realizes that she does not know how to read and that she has Dyslexia a learning disability. Together with other specialists Mr. Falker achieves what other teachers could not even detect let alone solve, whish is getting Trisha to learn to read. ( )
  marthafrivas | Jul 12, 2021 |
This was about a little girl name Trica that was having a hard time reading, she always stubbled and had to sounds out words. She was made fun of and bullied. When she moved she had a new teacher named Mr. Falker and he showed her that she is smart and she can read, and by the end after practicing she did start reading better. ( )
  kimmiestack | Jul 11, 2021 |
A young girl has trouble reading until Mr. Faulker helps her.
This book can be used in a lesson to show how reading is something that takes practice. Your students will see that it is okay if you aren't on the same reading level as others but you will be after you practice. ( )
  kennedywilliams | Jun 29, 2021 |
This book is so sweet. It takes you through a story of a little girl who thinks she is incapable of learning to read. In the end a determined teacher shows her that she can read and that she can do anything she wants to. ( )
  amandak2k | Jun 22, 2021 |
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CCBC (Cooperative Children's Book Center Choices, 1998)
Before she started school, Trisha looked forward to learning how to read more than anything else. But in first grade, when all her classmates are learning to read, she finds that she can't. Each year her problem gets worse and worse and, although she struggles to keep it a secret, she begins to think of herself as stupid and ugly. It isn't until Trisha is in fifth grade that she has a teacher who discovers her secret and helps her learn to read. An autobiographical story shows the frustration and determination of child who's different, and offers a tender portrait of the real-life teacher who made a difference in her life. CCBC categories: Picture Books for Older Children. 1998, Philomel, 40 pages, $16.99. Ages 6-10.

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Hazel Rochman (Booklist, May 1, 1998 (Vol. 94, No. 17))
Like many of Polacco's picture-book stories, this one is autobiographical. Who would believe that this gifted storyteller had started off with a serious learning disability? From kindergarten on, Trisha gets attention because she can draw; but she hides the fact that she can't read--all she sees on the page are "wiggling shapes" --until her fifth-grade teacher discovers Trisha's problem, gets her special help, and sets her free. "That little girl was me," Polacco says in a final note. As always she tells the story with intense emotion: no understatement here; reading is "torture." The big line-and-watercolor illustrations are bright with color and theatrical gesture, expressing the child's happiness with her grandparents in a family of readers, her fear and loneliness in the classroom ("she hated hated hated school"), her anguish when the kids jeer at her in the schoolyard, and her joy when finally she reads the words on the page ("she was happy, so very happy"). Trisha isn't idealized: we see her messy and desperate, poring over her books. This will encourage the child who feels like a failure and the teacher who cares. Category: For the Young. 1998, Putnam/Philomel, $15.99. Ages 5-9.

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