✹ [BOOKS] ✭ A Splendid Friend, Indeed (Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor Book (Awards)) By Suzanne Bloom ❃ – Torrentindir.co


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10 thoughts on “A Splendid Friend, Indeed (Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor Book (Awards))

  1. says:

    I read this book as a part of the picture book challenge I am participating in on my blog One of the categories was to read a book that is a book about friensdhip so I decided to choose this book If you re interested in the picture book categories I ll be reading from as part of the challenge be sure to check out the link here 2017 ChallengesThis book was adorable I think everyone can relate to that person that comes around and always asks you so many questions and can seem incredibly annoying, but they re only doing it because they love you and they really love being your friend I definitely have been the duck in various situations, but I definitely have friends that represent the bear who after getting annoyed loves the duck just as much as the duck loves him The artwork was interesting because it was vibrant, but seemingly fuzzy at the same time I know that probably doesn t make sense, but once you read it I think you ll understand where I m coming from I ve never read anything by this author before, but if her other work is like this then I m pretty sure I would enjoy it If you re looking for a picture book that teaches children about friendship and caring then I would definitely recommend this book.


  2. says:

    A Splendid Friend, Indeed is a charming picture book that introduces children to the idea that individuals have different preferences and ideas but that difference does not have to be negative The polar bear in the book likes to be in his own thoughts and think quietly, whereas the goose likes to chatter and share feelings However, the book beautifully conveys that it is entirely possible for two people who are, or appear to be very different, to respect each other and share a friendship.


  3. says:

    Really cute story and illustrations Sometimes our friends get on our nerves, but we really care about them deep down A good book to talk about feelings or friendship Not too much text 2


  4. says:

    Wanted to read this one for a while, so much did I like the cover Sweet story about friendship and understanding, illustrated in lovely, dreamy, textured pastels, blue, yet warm, the type you would want to frame and hang by your child s bed There are follow ups to this books, in a series of titles about Goose and Bear, and if my son was younger he s four, going on five I would probably get all the titles without hesitation A Splendid Friend, Indeed however, while probably aimed at toddlers preschoolers can double as an early reader with its simple vocabulary, and yet it contains two of my favorite words of the English language splendid and indeed Goose and Bear are certainly an unlikely pair of friends, as different in temperament as they are, one eager, inquisitive, the other quiet and contemplative This creates a tension right from the beginning, that definitely caught my young reader s attention We loved the happy conclusion


  5. says:

    This is a simple tale, not so much of a story as a conversation It s a fun book to read aloud, especially with the goose blathering on and on The illustrations are fun, and the expressions are wonderful, especially on the bear Our girls really enjoyed this book.


  6. says:

    My daughter liked it because she can read it all by herself I liked it because the polar bear looks so fuzzy and cuddly.


  7. says:

    What a treasure Simple story about friendship and individuality made even enjoyable by Bloom s unique illustrations.


  8. says:

    A hug is always nice but it doesn t erase annoying behavior.


  9. says:

    This book has really big text for younger readers It is also repetitive so it makes it easier to predict.


  10. says:

    This was a very good book about friendship that is perfect to read to younger children, 3 years old to kindergarten It is an easy read aloud and perfect for emphasizing friendship The text is very short on each page with easy sentences that as kindergarteners learn to read they could potentially read this book for themselves The illustrations are done in pastels, as said in the book, in the style of expressionism, as is very common in books for pre schoolers because the emotions are expressed in the bright clear colors The illustrations are very simple but give depth to the story because they express the emotions of the characters instead of the text They go across the gutter and take up the entire page, but because they are simple they are easy for very young children to decipher what the characters are feeling This book won the Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor.


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