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Helen Yoon

Forfatter af I'm a Unicorn

8 Værker 276 Medlemmer 19 Anmeldelser

Værker af Helen Yoon

I'm a Unicorn (2022) 93 eksemplarer, 1 anmeldelse
Off-Limits (2021) 65 eksemplarer, 7 anmeldelser
Have You Seen My Invisible Dinosaur? (2023) 44 eksemplarer, 4 anmeldelser
Sheepish (Wolf Under Cover) (2021) 40 eksemplarer, 5 anmeldelser
Is This . . . Winter? (Helen Yoon's Is This . . .?) (2023) 18 eksemplarer, 1 anmeldelse
Is This . . . Easter? (Helen Yoon's Is This . . .?) (2024) 13 eksemplarer, 1 anmeldelse

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Køn
female
Nationalitet
USA
Fødested
California, USA
Uddannelse
University of California, Irvine (BS|Chemistry)
Art Center College of Design (BFA|Illustration)
Erhverv
children's book author
children's book illustrator
Organisationer
Simon & Schuster
Kort biografi
Born and raised in California, Helen Yoon graduated from the University of California, Irvine with a BS in chemistry and from Art Center College of Design with a BFA in illustration. She writes and draws for a living. She is fond of sabbaticals.

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A wolf dresses up like a sheep and sneaks in among them undetected (the wolf thinks - illustrations show the sheep are well aware of the threatening intruder in their midst). But when a sheep gives the wolf a bedtime kiss after the wolf reads a story, the wolf flees, unable to eat any sheep. Later, a knock at the door: sheep dressed in wolf's clothing, come to visit! They knew all along (of course). The wolf's thought bubbles visually echo the fluffy sheep.

A fun twist on the wolf and sheep story, where no one gets eaten. Readers must use their visual literacy skills together with the words in the book to get the most out of the story; could be a good read-aloud for K/1st grade.

See also: Brenda Is A Sheep by Morag Hood
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JennyArch | 4 andre anmeldelser | Jun 10, 2024 |
The ending is what made this one work for me - so charming. A cute and visually pleasing tale of the charms of office supplies.
 
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sloth852 | 6 andre anmeldelser | May 22, 2024 |
The Great Easter Egg Controversy!

When five dogs find an egg outdoors, they clash about either eating it, or decorating it for Easter. As they fight back and forth, a large bear wearing bunny ears steps in. He takes the egg, and shows how both sides can be satisfied.

The dogs are really surprised by what the bear does, and it causes both sides to take another look at what they really want.

The author’s one-of-a-kind humor and illustrations are woven throughout this picture book.
The overriding lesson to be learned is: some things can be solved so everyone is happy. Take the time to look for a way that all involved will be satisfied.

Children aged three through seven years old will enjoy this five-star book.

Thank you, Candlewick Press, for providing Tickmenot with a book to review. Opinions are my own.
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Tickmenot | Mar 12, 2024 |
I thought that this book was hysterical. A toddler slips into her father's home office when he has stepped out, after all, she's just looking. And it won't hurt to take a piece of tape, or a second one. By the time she suddenly realizes that she's overstepped, the room looks like it was decorated for a big event by an office supply store. But Dad has a funny come-back that hopefully ends in a lesson learned and no hard feelings.
 
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PuddinTame | 6 andre anmeldelser | Jan 22, 2024 |

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Værker
8
Medlemmer
276
Popularitet
#84,078
Vurdering
3.9
Anmeldelser
19
ISBN
12
Sprog
1

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