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The Lion & the Mouse (2009)

af Jerry Pinkney

Andre forfattere: Aesop

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In this wordless retelling of an Aesop fable, an adventuresome mouse proves that even small creatures are capable of great deeds when he rescues the King of the Jungle.
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This book did not have many words to read from it but it would be good for students who need to work on inferring from pictures. This book is about a lion who lets his prey, the mouse, go instead of eating it. This shows the mouse great kindness so when the Lion is later trapped by hunters the mouse returns the favor. This would be a good book for ELs because it does not have a lot of words but it gets the lesson across through pictures. ( )
  MadisonDarr | Nov 20, 2020 |
This novel was an award-winning book in 2010. In this novel, a lion finds a mouse that he wants to eat, but he spares this. The lion later in the novel gets in some trouble and the mouse is the one who comes to his rescue, freeing him from a trap.
Not only does this novel show that acts of kindness go a long way, but the novel also has amazing pictures to go along with the scenes.
This book can go with any content area because it has a good life lesson to be taught.
10/10 recommend. ( )
  ecernosek | Nov 15, 2020 |
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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
I think that I got a bit carried away in buying this. I must have seen it somewhere years ago and been impressed with the art work. But now that I have a copy (purchased on-line so I didn't get to re-evaluate), I can see that the art work is less than I had imagined. It's not that the drawings or perspectives etc are poor ...it is just in the rather heavy handed way the water colour has been overlaid. It looks a bit of a rush job. Like the artist hasn't taken the time to layer the work or to blend the various layers smoothly. Maybe this is the effect he was aiming at...but it is not to my taste. The pictures are fine if reduced ...and maybe this was the original intention. But at the scale they are presented in the book, the layers are overly obvious.
The story is interestingly presented. No dialogue just a few "sound" words like "squeek"and "grrr" but it is very easy to follow the story....all except for the last bit where the mouse takes home a bit of rope for her brood to chew on. (At least that's what it looks like, but I was thinking the lion might have been gracious enough to give the mouse a left over bone or something a bit more nutritious than a piece of knotted rope).
So rather mixed feelings. I bought it for the illustrations. The drawings are good....with the pencil lines still showing ........ but the water colour application leaves something to be desired in my view. Two stars from me. ( )
  booktsunami | Jun 16, 2020 |
This is a great book that teaches the important of kindness. The Lion and the Mouse is a unique story because it is wordless and the reader has to focus on the vibrant water color illustrations. This forces readers to read the illustrations and rely on their own interpretation of the book to understand it. In the story the lion decides not to eat the mouse and later that same mouse is able to rescue the lion form a trap. Jerry Pinkney shows how an act of kindness can spark an unlikely friendship. This is a great book to use to teach kindness in the lower elementary age. ( )
  katiewatkins | Apr 10, 2020 |
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To my first great-granddaughter, Zion McKenzie Noel and to all things that squeal, purr, roar, hoot, screech, bark, meow, chirp, and neigh. – J.P.
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(A)s an adult, I've come to to appreciate how both animals are equally large at heart: the courageous mouse, and lion who must rise above his beastly nature to set his small prey free.
Since most retellings of the classic are sparse in text, a wordless version seemed quite natural; yet these engaging characters led me to make the story even fuller by providing a sense of family and setting.
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