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Courage

Courage

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Courage

évaluations:
4/5 (5 évaluations)
Longueur:
35 pages
9 minutes
Sortie:
Oct 28, 2002
ISBN:
9780547740584
Format:
Livre

Description

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The word courage brings to mind many different images. From a firefighter to a police officer, but what about normal kids?

People need courage in many different shapes and sizes, normal people show different kinds of courage too. It takes courage to go to bed without a nightlight, riding a bike without training wheels, or even being kind to someone.

Beloved children's author and illustrator Bernard Waber famous for his books like Lyle the Crocodile, explores the many ways kids and grownups can be courageous in many everyday challenges.

This book depicts brave acts, big and small, in Waber's signature and charming art style, featuring many of the scenarios that many kids would find scary; from doing something you're not good at, to the more lighthearted side of things, like eating vegetables.

Waber's witty style and his unique way of storytelling in Courage will initiate important dialogue between grownups and kids to help them overcome their fears, no matter how big.

Sortie:
Oct 28, 2002
ISBN:
9780547740584
Format:
Livre

À propos de l'auteur

BERNARD WABER was the beloved author-illustrator of more than thirty picture books, including Courage, Ira Sleeps Over, and Do You See a Mouse? With the publication of The House on East 88th Street in 1962, his Lyle, Lyle Crocodile series of books became a mainstay of children's literature. A Literary Landmark plaque commemorating the adventures of this endearing New York City reptile can now be found on East 88th Street and Bernard Waber's artwork is the subject of a traveling retrospective exhibit, curated by the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art. bernardwaber.com.

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  • (2/5)
    A look at various types of courage, both small and every day like standing up for someone being picked on, or large like being a police officer.
  • (4/5)
    This book shows how the word courage is used in many different situations both big and small. Courage can come from others and can be found deep within ourselves when we need it the most.
  • (4/5)
    From riding a bike for the first time to firefighters putting out a fire, everything challenging takes courage to accomplish the task. This book goes into the many different types of courage that people can face.
  • (4/5)
    Really liked this book! Nice reminder about different kinds of courage!
  • (5/5)
    Courage would be classified as an informational piture book because it does not have a plot but has blurbs explaining the definition. The Character identified in this book does a great job of catching the readers attention with the many examples of real life situations. Courage is a complicated word when explaining it to children but in this book they describe every aspect of courage from eating your vegtables, to becoming a firefighter. This is an inspirational book for children
  • (4/5)
    This book teaches children about all different kinds of courage. The author explains that courage can be riding a bike for the first time ar even trying a different food. This book teaches that there are many different types of courage.
  • (5/5)
    The book was great but there were a few "blacked out" pages that disappointed me and my enjoyment of the book as the author intended to see and read with a flow. So Book Awesome... SCRIBD not so great :( for the blacked out parts.
  • (3/5)
    The overlaying message in this book is that there are many ways to be courageous, even in everyday situations. I had mixed feelings about this book after reading it. Even though I liked the main idea of the story, I felt the execution was not the best for the book. The layout of the illustrations was very confusing to follow. There were two illustrations a page, and the way they were organized sometimes interrupted the flow of reading the page. Despite this, they were simple to understand and highlighted each message of courage. I also thought the language was great for most of the book, but had some sentences that could be left out. When majority of the courageous situations were relatable to children, including ideas like “being sudsed and scrubbed by strangers” was not such a great idea. It was not something that I could relate to, and I did not desire to be in a situation like such.