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A Squiggly Story af Andrew Larsen
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A Squiggly Story (udgave 2016)

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A young boy wants to write a story, just like his big sister. But there's a problem, he tells her. Though he knows his letters, he doesn't know many words. His sister patiently explains, "Every story starts with a single word and every word starts with a single letter. Why don't you start there, with a letter?" So the boy tries. He writes a letter. An easy letter. The letter I. And from that one skinny letter, the story grows, and the little boy discovers that all of us, including him, have what we need to write our own perfect story.… (mere)
Medlem:lucaskindergarten
Titel:A Squiggly Story
Forfattere:Andrew Larsen (Forfatter)
Info:Kids Can Press (2016), 32 pages
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In this simple and a very beautiful book , author Andrew Larsen present a story on how to grow children's imagination through writing and reading. This book can be taught in levels k-3 grade because it has many great pictures and also encourage students to take a more active role in writing .The boy in the picture struggled at the beginning but with encouragement he was able to write a wonderful story. Many children have a fear or difficulties at first when it comes to wiring specially creative writing which i believe it is more important than guided writing because it helps them to open their mind more. ( )
  saeedchaar | Apr 1, 2019 |
How do you write a story when you don't know how to write? Each story starts with a word and each word starts with a letter says his sister. He starts with one letter and some imagination and a story emerges. This is a great story for those children who want to write and do not know where or how to start. Start with what you know, add a few words, some pictures and you have your own story. You just need a beginning, a middle and an end. A good book for class and school libraries.

This was a simple book that could certainly be used in primary classes when teaching about writing as a mentor text. There is not a lot happening, no action etc. but it has a lesson and it gets it across. It will encourage children to be creative and think outside the box! As the main character they will, sometimes, get stuck, but persevering and encouragement will help them go farther.

I received a copy of this book from netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ( )
  Carlathelibrarian | Feb 5, 2019 |
This book tells the story of a boy struggling, but eventually succeeding, to write a story. There are comic book qualities to this book.
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  TUCC | Apr 24, 2018 |
A little boy watches his sister read and write and then imitates her by making squiggles and doodles. She gently encourages him to turn these into a story - an I begins it, then a circle becomes a soccer ball, dots become sand on the beach, and v's are the waves. The story continues until he gets stuck and takes it to school, where he lots of ideas for continuing his story!

This was shortlisted for the CLEL awards and it absolutely drips with early literacy ideas! I loved the emphasis on early writing skills, how the little boy wasn't pushed to do "real letters" but gently encouraged to use his imagination with his (developmentally appropriate!) current skills. In fact, if you wanted a manual for including the writing aspect of early literacy in storytimes and art programs, this is it! Lowery's cheerful images show a biracial family and a supportive, diverse classroom as well as supporting the text that brings the little boy's doodles to life.

Verdict: A great choice to support writing and imagination in preschool storytimes and in classrooms. Highly recommended.

ISBN: 9781771380164 ; Published 2016 by Kids Can Press; Borrowed from another library in my consortium; Purchased for the library
  JeanLittleLibrary | Mar 24, 2017 |
A SQUIGGLY STORY by Andrew Larsen is a picture book about the art of writing.

A young boy wants to write a story, but he doesn’t know how to write words. When his older sister suggests that he just needs to start with a single letter, the boy’s story begins to take shape. Although his classmates have lots of ideas, the boy soon discovers that it’s his story so he can write whatever he imagines.

Librarians and classroom teachers will find this adorable picture book to be a wonderful way to introduce young children to the creative writing process.

To learn more about the author, go to http://andrewlarsen.ca/.

Published by Kids Can Press, an imprint of Hachette Book Group. ARC courtesy of the publisher. ( )
  eduscapes | Dec 8, 2016 |
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A young boy wants to write a story, just like his big sister. But there's a problem, he tells her. Though he knows his letters, he doesn't know many words. His sister patiently explains, "Every story starts with a single word and every word starts with a single letter. Why don't you start there, with a letter?" So the boy tries. He writes a letter. An easy letter. The letter I. And from that one skinny letter, the story grows, and the little boy discovers that all of us, including him, have what we need to write our own perfect story.

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