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Goggles!

Goggles!

Écrit par Ezra Jack Keats

Raconté par Geoffrey Holder


Goggles!

Écrit par Ezra Jack Keats

Raconté par Geoffrey Holder

évaluations:
4/5 (14 évaluations)
Longueur:
11 minutes
Sortie:
Jan 1, 1974
ISBN:
9780545258081
Format:
Livre audio

Description

Peter and his friend Archie call upon faithful dog Willie to outsmart a gang of tough bullies who want Peter's motorcycle goggles.
Sortie:
Jan 1, 1974
ISBN:
9780545258081
Format:
Livre audio


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  • (3/5)
    Goggles had the potential to be a great book, but fell flat. It follows two boys and their adventures to fend off the big boy bullies once they find a pair of motorcycle goggles. The best part of the book was the illustrations which possessed depth and added to the otherwise dry and anti-climatic story. My favorite illustration in the book was of them staring through a pipe- it did a great job conveying perspective. As previously stated, the writing wasn't engaging and I felt like it could've been a much more interesting story. The big idea is that in the long run, you can solve problems through outsmarting your opponents rather than trying to physically fight them, especially when they're bigger than you. The characters felt unbelievable and there was no rise in the story. I have no specific examples because the only page I felt was interesting was when their dog Willie saved the day.
  • (5/5)
    This was one of the books that I chose because it had won the Coretta Scott King Award. The illustrations in this story are very interesting. I don't actually know how to describe it because it is something I don't think I've experienced before. The story follows two young boys who find a pair of "cool" goggles on the ground. The issue is some bigger boys want them and the boys must get back to their hide out before the older boys find them. It is a story that teaches you about bullying and respecting someones space and property. Overall, I very mush enjoyed this book.
  • (5/5)
    This book is about two boys who find goggles. Some older kids want the goggles as well and try to take it from the two main characters by force. The main characters end up outsmarting the older kids in the end and keep the goggles they found. I would read this to every class to help talk about the subject of bulling and how it makes people feel. I would also use it as a lesson on exclamation points because they are used a lot in the book as well.
  • (4/5)
    Ezra Jack Keats' books are fantastic means of discussing feelings with students, allowing the teacher to ask students to examine what the characters are feeling and what parts of the text show them those feelings. Goggles! allows a discussion about bullying and how a student feels when they're being threatened by others.
  • (3/5)
    A boy, his neighborhood friend, and his dog find a pair of goggles at their secret hiding place. When a group of older boys gives them trouble, the two boys and the dog outsmart the older boys.The book would be useful in discussing personal values.
  • (4/5)
    I've read other books by Ezra Jack Keats. I had expected this book to be on about the same reading level as the others, but the language is much simpler, with shorter sentences and fewer words per page. There's nothing wrong with that, but I was a little disappointed.It's possible this story may be a little scary for younger children, featuring as it does the imminent threat from the bullies who want to snatch things from smaller children. Peter and his friend rescue themselves very cleverly - and that's a wonderful message for kids! - but you should probably read this book before you buy it.
  • (5/5)
    Another priceless picture book by Keats!
  • (3/5)
    Peter and Archie, and Peter's dog Willie and are having an average day playing in their secret spot until they find something that will make this one of the most interesting days ever. Peter finds a pair of motorcycle goggles and cannot wait to play with them. He is so excited he asks Archie to leave their hideout spot and go to his house to sit on the steps. While making their way there, they run into a group of older, bigger boys who also want the goggles. In the midst of going back and fourth over the goggles, they get knocked on to the ground and then fetched up by Willie. Willie ends up saving the day and is able to return the goggles to Archie and Peter. The pictures in this book really helped me to follow the story. The illustrations provided me with a vision of what was really going on and what was happening. This is an important feature to have when reading a book. Being able to place myself in the characters shoes makes for a much more enjoyable read.
  • (4/5)
    Archie and Peter found a motorcycle goggles. The big kids wanted to take it from them. Willie, the dog help them go in hiding so the big boy couldn't take it from them. Its telling the kids that if something is yours it is yours just because someone is older than you doesn't give them the right to take it. Don't fight them for it just run from them.
  • (5/5)
    Goggles by Ezra Jack Keats is the fifth of the Peter books. Here the boy has found a neat pair of goggles and doesn't want to lose them to the local bullies!I don't know about you, but when I was Peter's age (and maybe you are Peter's age), when I found something and I knew it was a legit case of finder's keepers, that thing was treasure and more importantly, it was my treasure. If the bully up the street (and there was one in my neighborhood) wanted it too, I'd have to fight to keep my treasure. Peter is a craftier and less violent kid than I was at his age. Peter is the kind of kid I should have striven to be.Googles! also now makes me think of the "Double Vision" episode of Generator Rex where Rex's special (sentimental) pair of goggles are stolen by a girl in goggles. Except that Rex doesn't manage to outsmart her like Pete does his bully.
  • (4/5)
    two friends that find a pair of motorcycle goggles and the older boys that are trying to take them.
  • (4/5)
    Goggles is a book about two boys who find a pair of motorcycle goggles and have to evade bullies from trying to take them. This book is a good example of how to deal with bullies. This would be great book to teach to a third grade class because it is around the time when students start to form groups.
  • (5/5)
    Goggles is a story about two friends, Peter and Willie, and Peter’s younger brother Archie, all find a pair of motorcycle goggles. Peter and Willie are spotted by some older and more intimidating boys, and one of the boys demands the boys give up the goggles. The boys are unsure what to do, but after some hustling and scuffling, the boys trick the older boys, and make it safely back to Peter’s front porch. The illustrations in this book are excellent and really add to the dark, intimidating feel of the story. The illustrations are by no means traditional and appear rather abstract and edgy. This book is an excellent book for students to read on bullying and how to deal with them.
  • (5/5)
    Ezra Jack Keats Goggles is one of a series of picture books featuring the adventures of Peter, an African American boy growing up in the city. Peter and his friend, Archie, are playing in a junk strewn lot when they find a pair of lens less motorcycle goggles, and are chased by neighborhood big bullies who want to snatch the goggles from them. With the help of Peter’s Dachshund, Willie, the boys evade the bullies and keep the goggles. Keats gouache and collage illustrations capture the grit of urban texture with bright, bold images that pop with tension of the hide and seek and chase. Ezra’s classic tale of little kids outwitting big kids will appeal to all kids whether bullied or not.