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A Letter to Amy

A Letter to Amy

Écrit par Ezra Jack Keats

Raconté par Loretta Long


A Letter to Amy

Écrit par Ezra Jack Keats

Raconté par Loretta Long

évaluations:
4.5/5 (16 évaluations)
Longueur:
6 minutes
Sortie:
Jan 1, 1971
ISBN:
9780545258197
Format:
Livre audio

Description

Beautiful landscapes of the city fill the screen with colors that reflect Peter's moods.
Sortie:
Jan 1, 1971
ISBN:
9780545258197
Format:
Livre audio


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  • (4/5)
    Peter is having a birthday party and he wanted to invite Amy, he wrote her a letter to make it more special even though he asked all his other friends in person. He went to mail the letter in the pouring rain, ran into Amy and accidentally knocked her over - she ran away crying. Peter was afraid that Amy would not come to his party, Saturday came and she wasn't there at first, but then she came in late and said Happy Birthday. Ages: 4-8Source: YoutubeI would use this for visualization
  • (4/5)
    I don't know how I missed this one, but I read it for the first time today and loved it. Peter is such an endearing character, and Willie is one of my favorite literary doges.
  • (5/5)
    This is another great story by Ezra Jack Keats that deals with how boys and girls relate to each other when they are young. Peter wants to invite Amy to his party, and he wants it to be special, and different, she will be they only girl there. Of course, this story is coupled with wonderful images that are signature to Keats.
  • (5/5)
    This book is one of my all-time favorites in children's literature. The story of a friendship between a boy and a girl is an important model of positive relationships in a classroom or in life. Throughout the story, the main character, Peter, also models how to write and address a letter, an important elementary skill. This book could also be used with a precipitation lesson in science or in conjunction with other Keats books as an author study. A touching story with remarkable illustrations!
  • (5/5)
    This is a cute story about a boy inviting a girl to his birthday party. This would be great to introduce writing a letter or boys and girls playing together and how there is nothing wrong with that. I would ask my class about the weather and how would they feel inviting someone of the opposite gender to their party etc...
  • (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. A Letter to Amy would be beneficial in a classroom where the boys and the girls are reluctant to play with each other, showing that it's okay when boys and girls are friends.
  • (5/5)
    This is a really cute book about friendship! I just loved it as I read it! There are also so many activities you could do with this book including having the students write their own letter or invitation!
  • (3/5)
    This book is about Peter and his birthday party and a letter to Amy. Peter wants to invite Amy to his party so he writes a letter and goes out to try and mail it. The weather is not good so he has some difficulty mailing the letter. He mails the letter and Amy shows up at the party.
  • (5/5)
    K-1. This was a cute story about a little boy that wanted to mail a special birthday invitation to a girl named Amy. He went out to mail it on a stormy night and actually ran into her while delivering the letter. He was nervous that it wouldn't be a surprise anymore and that all the boys at his party would make fun of him.
  • (5/5)
    Peter is inviting one girl, Amy, to his birthday party and he is writing her a letter to make it special, but on the way to the mailbox the letter gets caught in the wind. Charming story about young mix-gender relationships, although the end baffled me a little. Was it supposed to be clear what Peter wished for? The artwork is fantastic multimedia. My untrained eye picked up water colors, acrylics, and cut paper combined in the images that create an authentic, eye catching New York. Text is embedded in the image during action pages, which are full spreads, and in white space at the start and end. Excellent for any picture book collection and a good read aloud from preschool to 1st grade.
  • (5/5)
    This book tells a story of a little boy named Peter wanting to invite his friend Amy to his birthday party. He decides to write her a letter and send it to her through the mail. He runs into Amy and loses the letter in a storm. Peter worries that Amy won't come to his birthday party. This is a good book that children can relate to.
  • (3/5)
    Was acute book, Had it read to me in class from a student and enjoyed the plot, found it as a good friendship book.
  • (4/5)
    Peter is having a birthday party and invites all his friends, except Amy, Amy he writes a letter for. When walking to mail it to her he goes through a series of things and worries that the letter won't make it to her.
  • (4/5)
    pictures are neat collages
  • (3/5)
    Peter tries to invite Amy to his birthday party. He writes her a letter but worries she wont come.Recommended Age: PreK
  • (4/5)
    Puppy Love. Cute book. even though your afraid you still need step out and try.This book encourages a young boy who likes a special friend "girl" to come to his birthday party.
  • (4/5)
    I use the book to ask kids what fears are they scared to walk through and what are they rigid about.
  • (5/5)
    Ezra Jack Keats was really good at writing books about every day experiences.Peter in this book wants to invite - gasp - a *girl* to his birthday party. Amy. But he can't just call her, he has to *mail* an invitation.Naturally, she almost sees, and he sorta snaps at her. Luckily, Amy doesn't hold a grudge, everybody's happy at the end.It seems like so little, but this sort of thing - a special occasion, a fight with a friend - is very big to children. This book really captures a typical reaction to these events.