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Thomas' Snowsuit (Munsch for Kids) af Robert…
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Thomas' Snowsuit (Munsch for Kids) (udgave 1985)

af Robert Munsch (Forfatter)

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His mother, teacher, and principal have a hard time trying to convince Thomas to wear his snowsuit.
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Titel:Thomas' Snowsuit (Munsch for Kids)
Forfattere:Robert Munsch (Forfatter)
Info:Annick Press (1985), 24 pages
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"Thomas refuses to wear his new snowsuit despite the pleas of his mother, his teacher, and even his principal. When everyone's best efforts lead only to comedic chaos, they all agree it's best to let Thomas suit himself." -- -- Annapolis Valley Regional Library
  EKiddieKollege | Jul 6, 2020 |
When his mother buys him a new brown snowsuit, Thomas loathes it on sight, and refuses to put it on. After a struggle, he is compelled to wear it to school, where the same struggle recurs with his teacher, when it is time for recess. Eventually Thomas and the teacher end up in their underwear, such is the intensity of their fight. In walks the principal, and the fight gets even more complicated, and more intense...

Canadian author/illustrator team Robert Munsch and Michael Martchenko have created many celebrated picture-books together, most notably: Love You Forever and The Paper Bag Princess. They joined forces again for Thomas' Snowsuit, originally published in 1985. Although I have enjoyed some of their other books, and appreciate the madcap sense of humor they exhibit, somehow this one just didn't work for me. I wasn't offended by the underwear scene, like some online reviewers, and I do understand that there is a certain realism in a story about struggling to get a child into their clothing. That said, I just didn't find Thomas' behavior amusing, and couldn't enter into the spirit of the story. Bad behavior is as natural as breathing to young children, and I have no problem with it being depicted in a children's book. I tend not to like those stories which validate such behavior, however. Tastes vary, of course, and I see that many reviewers have fond memories of this one, so take that as you will. ( )
  AbigailAdams26 | Jun 13, 2018 |
There are some things I do and do not like about the children’s book, Thomas’ Snowsuit. Personally, I think the pictures are boring because they do not have much color or detail to them. The background of the characters is always white, the pictures are limited to one side of the page, and text is always on the other page in a plain font. However, I do like the language of the book. The character Thomas does not speak much, but when he does, it is always the repetitive phrase, “NNNNNNO!” On the first page and throughout the text, a lot of N’s are used to spell the word “No” when Thomas says it. I find this interesting and unique because typically the last letters are dragged out, but the author uses a different style. I believe the big idea is to show how kids can be stubborn with their clothes and picky about what they wear. Thomas repeatedly says, “No” to wearing a snowsuit, even when his mom, principle, and teacher try to make him wear it. I would recommend this book for kindergarten to second graders, as well as parents because I believe they can relate to the mother trying to dress her child. ( )
  Mroeme1 | Oct 12, 2015 |
This funny book is about a boy who refuses to put on his brown snowsuit. His mother tries his best to put it on him,, but it's a fight. In the end, he realizes that playing outside is better and worth the ugly brown snowsuit. THis would be a great story to read as a class.
  harleybrenton | Mar 12, 2015 |
Thomas does not want to put on his snowsuit and gives his teacher and principal a very hard time. Kids love this read aloud in the winter when it is snowing outside. They love to sequence the events with the funny pictures!
  kamijake | Mar 11, 2015 |
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