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Ruby the Copycat

Ruby the Copycat

Écrit par Peggy Rathmann

Raconté par Kirsten Krohn


Ruby the Copycat

Écrit par Peggy Rathmann

Raconté par Kirsten Krohn

évaluations:
4.5/5 (116 évaluations)
Longueur:
8 minutes
Sortie:
Jun 1, 2007
ISBN:
9780545047128
Format:
Livre audio

Description

Ruby is a copycat! It's the first day of school, and Ruby is new. When her classmate Angela wears a flowered dress, suddenly Ruby's wearing one, too. Fortunately, Ruby's teacher knows a better way to help Ruby fit in - by showing Ruby how much fun it is to be herself.
Sortie:
Jun 1, 2007
ISBN:
9780545047128
Format:
Livre audio


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  • (5/5)
    This is a story about a little girl who just move into a new school, her name is Ruby She meets Angela a girl who is in her class and who she finds to have a lot in common. The two girls end up a couple times wearing the same clothes , the same bow and even telling similar stories. Angela gets upset and call ruby a copycat and the teacher talks to ruby about being herself.
  • (4/5)
    Ruby is the new girl at school and soon becomes known as a copycat. Angela was wearing a red bow, so Ruby went home during lunch to put on a red bow. Angela was wearing a sweater with daisies on it, so Ruby made a sweater with daisies on it. Ruby's teacher, Miss Hart, encourages her to find her own flare and to be herself. This leads to the whole class hopping around where everyone is now copying Ruby. This would be a great story to share with young children about the importance of individuality and differences. Children can learn that there is nothing wrong with being yourself.
  • (5/5)
    Ruby is new at school and trying to find her place. She sits behind a girl, Angela, and likes her so much she wants to be just like her. Ruby is a "copycat" and it starts to have an impact on Angela and the class. I think that it would be great to read to any elementary classroom to teach individuality and that being different is okay. Also to teach that doing your own work is important and that copying off others is not okay. Great Book! k-2
  • (5/5)
    Ruby wants to be like Angela and shows it in everything she does. Until she realizes that being herself is just as good.
  • (5/5)
    One of Phoebe's current favorites. She loves the story about this little girl who copies another child in her class, and in the end is encouraged to be herself.
  • (5/5)
    While Peggy Rathman has gotten more acclaim for "Officer Buckle and Gloria," this is my favorite of her books. How often do children "copy" each other in order to fit in? In this story, the copying first causes trouble, but then helps form a fast friendship.
  • (5/5)
    It is a great message to the kiddos but I would recommend this to smaller kids.
  • (5/5)
    I liked that she learned that she had a cool skill to share- Drew, Age 8
  • (1/5)
    Nothing this is a horrible book i did not like it
  • (1/5)
    I’ll waive you 1 word I thought about it HATE
  • (5/5)
    It's a very simple and funny book that tells children to be themselves first.
  • (4/5)
    I can't relate, and I can't stand the art style - but I still enjoyed the way the story was told. I'm not a writer, so I don't know how to describe the magic of the text, but somehow it was especially graceful, subtle, clear w/out being preachy... - ? I think I'll try to find more by Rathmann.
  • (4/5)
    I really enjoyed reading this picture book. The moral of this story was for students to learn to be individuals. This story teaches students that they need to be their own person. The plot of this story is easy for students to follow and relate to. Students are first introduced to the main character Ruby who is a new student in the classroom. She thought that if she kept copying what Angela wore and did, she would be liked by her. It turns out that in the end, Ruby learned that being her own person is what she should do. The writing of this story is great for a second grade level. Students are able to predict the wording for the following pages since it is consistent throughout the book. Ruby leaves during lunch time everyday through the week and then comes back dressing up like Angela. This is a good read aloud book because students are able to predict what is happening through the book. The characters are believable. Ruby is a character students can relate to. Sometimes students feel that they need to copy other people to be liked by others. Ruby does a good job representing what students can be feeling. Overall, this is a good book to read in the beginning of the school year.
  • (5/5)
    This book describes how you don't have to fit In,being yourself can give you more than you think people will admire you just for being yourself.
  • (4/5)
    Summary: In this children's book, Ruby is a new student in Miss Hart's class and does not have any friends. Miss Hart places her behind a blonde haired girl named Angela. Ruby takes a liking to Angela and starts copying everything she does. She wears the same clothes as her, writes the same papers, paints the same things, and even shares the same interests. Eventually, Angela becomes tired that Ruby is copying her and complains to Miss Hart. Miss Hart talks to Ruby about being herself and asks Ruby what she likes to do- Ruby tells the class she loves to hop! The class laughs at first until they see how good she is. Miss Hart takes advantage of this opportunity and plays music while the class copies Ruby and her hopping. Argument: I think this is a great book for children. I believe this is a story that children can relate to and connect with. At one point in every child's life, they will either deal with copying themselves or someone who copies them. It is what young children do to fit in. I think children will find it refreshing to see something that may happen in their life on a daily basis. I also think children will find it funny that Ruby also tries to copy the teacher after Angela gets mad at her. Children do not usually think of copying the teacher's appearance and actions!I believe this book has a strong central theme. It reminds children to be who they are because that is the best they can be. It is not fun to be someone else because no one is unique as you are.
  • (4/5)
    I thought this book was very cute. It addresses a problem that I think a lot of us struggled with growing up--the desire to fit in. Like Ruby, I occasionally had problems with copying my friends (one friend once got very upset with me for copying her rainbow striped toe socks). I think this job did a nice job of showing that is it perfectly okay to be yourself, and people might even like you more if you are.