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In Plain Sight: A Game af Richard Jackson
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In Plain Sight: A Game (udgave 2016)

af Richard Jackson (Forfatter), Jerry Pinkney (Illustrator)

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"An ailing grandfather and his helpful granddaughter play a unique game of seek and find"--
Medlem:jkeel3
Titel:In Plain Sight: A Game
Forfattere:Richard Jackson (Forfatter)
Andre forfattere:Jerry Pinkney (Illustrator)
Info:Roaring Brook Press (2016), 40 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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"In Plain Sight" is a visual delight, of course that's no surprise considering it is illustrated by Jerry Pinkney. The story initially appears to be an ordinary story about the time a grandfather and granddaughter spends together, but this book offers so much more. Its magic is in the discussions it can facilitate when a child shares this book with an adult. The two go on an I spy journey, finding items, but what is the significance to where the grandfather placed his "lost" item? This would make a wonderful bedtime or repeated reading story as it provides fresh topics with each read. And the cat in the story is a delight to see page after page, showing as much personality as a real cat. ( )
  ehanne4 | Mar 2, 2020 |
This book is so well written and the illustrations help children to participate actively while reading. I love how the author develops Sophie and her Grandpa's relationship by using misplaced objects as a means to develop meaningful conversation. This heart-warming story shows a little girl, Sophie, and her grandfather bonding over stories that stem from misplaced objects. The author uses repetitive language in order to enhance the books true meaning. Every day after school, Sophie says, “Here I am, Grandpa!” Her grandfather always replies,“Ah, Sophie, how was your day?” In addition to this, the illustrations also were very effective and it allowed the book to be interactive between a teacher and their class. The last thing that I enjoyed about this book is the use of voice. Sophie has a really strong and inquisitive voice in the book and it makes the book feel rich and authentic. This book is so well thought out and would be perfect for a parent or caregiver to read to their child at the end of the night. I would include this in my book selection in my future classroom. ( )
  jkeel3 | Mar 2, 2020 |
the tale of an old man and his granddaughter. He always loses something and she comes home from school to help him find it. It is always left hidding in plain sight. This book shows the loving relationship between these to. ( )
  Payton02 | May 1, 2019 |
Sophie comes home from school every day to great her grandfather. He asks her to help him find something that he has 'misplaced' in the room somewhere. She inevitably finds it hiding 'in plain sight'. But what does Sophie do the day she arrives home and her grandfather is still sleeping? This is a tender story of the affection between a young girl and her grandfather. It was fun to look at the illustrations for the items her grandfather 'misplaced' for her, I even spotted a couple of them in the illustrations before Sophie found them. Pinkney once again delivers with his beautiful and touching illustrations ( )
  noorkazmi | Feb 13, 2019 |
In Plain Sight is about a young girl and her grandfather. The story talks about them playing a special game sort of like " I spy ". The grandfather wouldn't ask her to look for missing things, but for things that were right in front of her. This book shows how being around your family can be a very memorable moment during a child's childhood. I really enjoyed reading this book because it reminds me of the many fond memories I have from being around family , especially grandparents. ( )
  MadalynB | Jan 27, 2019 |
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This book is about a little girl who lives in a city with her parents and grandpa. Her and her grandpa have a sweet relationship where he teases her about finding things around him and the house. It is like a game of I Spy and Hide and Go Seek mixed. When she finds what he has been looking for he says, "In Plain Sight."I would use this book as an opening for a fun activity for the students. Maybe hide each object that was mentioned in the book for the children and have them look for them after reading it. This book could connect to a great amount of children that may live with their grandparents, have their grandparents live with them, or even from having a close relationship with their grandpa's. That also gives a great explanation of how the students could have a transactional experience.

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