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How to Read a Book af Kwame Alexander
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How to Read a Book (original 2019; udgave 2019)

af Kwame Alexander (Forfatter), Melissa Sweet (Illustrator)

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A stunning new picture book from Newbery Medalist Kwame Alexander and Caldecott Honoree Melissa Sweet! This New York Times bestselling duo has teamed up for the first time to bring you How to Read a Book, a poetic and beautiful journey about the experience of reading. Find a tree--a black tupelo or dawn redwood will do--and plant yourself. (It's okay if you prefer a stoop, like Langston Hughes.) With these words, an adventure begins. Kwame Alexander's evocative poetry and Melissa Sweet's lush artwork come together to take readers on a sensory journey between the pages of a book. How to Read a Book has received three starred reviews!… (mere)
Medlem:CynthiaM
Titel:How to Read a Book
Forfattere:Kwame Alexander (Forfatter)
Andre forfattere:Melissa Sweet (Illustrator)
Info:HarperCollins (2019), Edition: Illustrated, 32 pages
Samlinger:Easy
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Nøgleord:Poetry

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This book is not just a poem about how to read a book, but really something entirely more. Its a whole body experience that comes from reading through the mind, the eyes, the soul, the heart, and the imagination. This book relates reading to opening a clementine orange and the experience of eating a juicy delicious fruit and its similarities it has to the experience of how someone should read and enjoy a book. In this poetry the author takes the reader on a journey through the joys of reading and what it means to truly enjoy a book. Melissa Sweet’s illustrations are a visual experience of its own. The complex collage art of the illustrations will enchant and delight the reader with added treats along the way.
  Verity2 | Jul 28, 2021 |
I think I am one of the few people who did not really care for this book. The illustrations are great, heck they are amazing. But the story is lacking. The word play is catchy but some of the concepts might be hard for those with a limited vocabulary. I like the idea of the book, but not the completed vision.
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  LibrarianRyan | Dec 7, 2020 |
This book simplifies what it means to be able to read by describing the beauty of reading with metaphors and similes. The use of these literary elements help simplify and make reading seem like a less daunting task than it really is. Overall this book is a fun way to engage students in an English classroom to inspire them to read more. ( )
  Aimee_Walden | Nov 20, 2020 |
Kwame Alexander, the recipient of many awards and honors and the author of 32 books, many of which have also won awards, wrote the poem that forms the narrative of this book. It is a testament to the joy and power of reading.

He advises readers to “get real cozy between the covers and let your fingers wonder as they wander…” He suggests they “squeeze every morsel of each plump line until the last drop of magic drips from the infinite sky….”

“Don’t rush through,” he admonishes: “Your eyes need time to taste. Your soul needs room to bloom.”

Melissa Sweet adds a creative mix of collage and watercolor illustrations which include neon colors. She writes in a note at the end of the book that she was inspired by a warn-out copy of the beloved children’s book Bambi as well as a poem about poetry by Nikki Giovanni. Intermittent gatefolds mimic the surprises awaiting readers as they delve into books.

Evaluation: The combination of Alexander’s evocative poetry and Sweet’s playful and detailed artwork provides a treat for both the eyes and ears. Readers (age 4 and up) will find much to discover on every page, and will want to go through the book over and over. ( )
  nbmars | Feb 15, 2020 |
Poetically colorful, this book gets young readers ready to read. The illustrations are amazingly done using different textures and clippings from books and magazines. This book can be read to a second grade class to inspire them to read using vivid illustrations and meaningful words about reading. ( )
  Sondosottallah | Nov 10, 2019 |
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A stunning new picture book from Newbery Medalist Kwame Alexander and Caldecott Honoree Melissa Sweet! This New York Times bestselling duo has teamed up for the first time to bring you How to Read a Book, a poetic and beautiful journey about the experience of reading. Find a tree--a black tupelo or dawn redwood will do--and plant yourself. (It's okay if you prefer a stoop, like Langston Hughes.) With these words, an adventure begins. Kwame Alexander's evocative poetry and Melissa Sweet's lush artwork come together to take readers on a sensory journey between the pages of a book. How to Read a Book has received three starred reviews!

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