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Perfect Read Aloud For Earth Day in Preschool to First Grade 30. Januar 2013
Von Colleen D. Gallagher - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Vine Kundenrezension eines kostenfreien Produkts ( Was ist das? )
Earth Day, Birthday is a colorful story about Earth Day and Monkey's Birthday! Only problem is, the jungle animals in the story are so into celebrating Earth Day they really don't believe monkey when he tells them repeatedly that it is his Birthday too! He spends the story trying to convince his friends while his friends do wonderful things for the Earth. They plant trees, collect trash, recycle, shop with cloth bags, and start a compost bin. What about Monkey? You will have to read to find out!

This is a wonderful book to use in a classroom for a read aloud children will love on Earth Day. It is simple and to the point. It gives clear examples of things we can do to make the Earth a beautiful place without ever mentioning Global Warming. The personified animals and the rhyming text make this book very appealing to students. A teacher could use this book as a way to start a discussion of ways we can help our Earth. Also, each page rhymes and after reading students could return to the text and pick out the rhyming words.

My first grader enjoyed the book and loved the whimsical illustrations. The text was easy enough for us to read together. She loved the main character the Monkey and really wanted the other animals to pay attention to him.

I highly recommend this book for a Preschool to Second Grade teacher who is looking for a fun and educational read for Earth Day!
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An enjoyable, simple but memorable message to kids on keeping the World prettier 23. Januar 2013
Von Didaskalex - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Vine Kundenrezension eines kostenfreien Produkts ( Was ist das? )
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"Earth Day is a special day that celebrates the Earth. Earth Day was born on April 22, 1970, in San Francisco, California. Every year, America and over 100 different countries join together in the celebration of Earth Day on April 22nd." US EPA

Earth Day is a Birthday of mother Earth in her best, this is an early environmental education to enhance awareness of kids, over five years old. Promoted by the nice story, and beautiful drawings of the jungle and its inhabitants. It is very rewarding to find that a writer was keen to introduce the Earth's day to young kids.

The story characters are nice and friendly, animated in beautiful kid appealing artwork. The message was music to my ears, flowing from the posters which read, "Make the world a prettier place," or "Use cloth bags, instead of plastic." Now, "Reuse and recycle," needs some explanation if recycling is not in the kid's community.

The giraffe and the monkey are doing a good job, with the sorting of tins, bottles, and books, vivid in the drawing. Tossing garbage in the compost bin is a further advanced technique in the environmental preservation chain. This is an enjoyable tool of a simple but memorable message to kids on keeping the World prettier.
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This is a delightfully charming book about Monkey's birthday on Earth Day little children will love ... 27. März 2013
Von D. Fowler - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Vine Kundenrezension eines kostenfreien Produkts ( Was ist das? )
All the animals in the jungle were gathered together to celebrate Earth Day. They smiled as they got ready for the big celebration. An elephant, a lumpy bumpy crocodile, a tall giraffe, a lion, a hippo, and even a snake were raring to go to work when they spotted that silly monkey. "Deep within the jungle green, / the silliest monkey ever seen, / swung upon a branch and said, / `It's not Earth Day! It's my birthday!'" No way was it that monkey's birthday because April 22 was none other than Earth Day. Elephant got a shovel and was ready to plant a garden. Nope, it wasn't that silly monkey's birthday.

Silly monkey tried again and told the lumpy, bumpy crocodile and zebra about his special day. Nope, the crocodile, exclaimed, "It's Earth Day, not your birthday!" Even zebra didn't believe that silly monkey because no one has a birthday on Earth Day except the Earth. Silly monkey watched as everyone picked up litter, recycled things, and used cloth bags when they were shopping. "It's not Earth Day!," he declared to Hippo, "It's my birthday!" Yawn. Open went Hippo's mouth. Monkey knew just what he was going to say, but how could he convince anyone that it was his very special day?

This is a delightfully charming book about Monkey's birthday on Earth Day little children will love. This story in rhyme is lots of fun as the silly monkey tries to tell everyone that it isn't Earth Day, but rather his birthday. Of course it just happened that April 22 was Earth Day as well. The artwork is bright, colorful, and has a sparkling appeal to it. The jungle critters are doing their thing on Earth day and we can see them recycling, reusing, and working on projects such as composting. This animated picture book format is an excellent way to introduce Earth day to young children, especially during circle and storytime!
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Is it Earth Day or Monkey's Birthday? 18. Februar 2013
Von E. David Swan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Vine Kundenrezension eines kostenfreien Produkts ( Was ist das? )
I have to admit I got some rather negative comments regarding "Earth Day, Birthday" from adults in the room when I was reading it to my daughter mostly because of its repetitiveness and the fact that I had read it several times in a row. It's April 22nd (Earth Day) and all the animals of the forest are preparing to celebrate when they are interrupted by "the silliest monkey ever seen" who claims "It's not Earth Day! It's my birthday!" an assertion he repeats throughout the book. The other animals explain the meaning of Earth Day and give tips on ways we can all protect the environment. So is it Earth Day or the Monkey's Birthday? I think the answer is obvious to every adult before the story ends.

The story contains rhymes such as, "The elephant shook her wrinkled head and stomped her foot like a bag of lead" Yeah, Maureen Wright won't be mistaken for Dr. Seuss anytime soon. The art is pleasant enough and the writing is brief enough to keep the book moving which is good for a 19 month old like my daughter. The repetitiveness may annoy adults but children like it and my daughter doesn't care if the rhyming isn't going to win any awards.

My daughter seemed to give her seal of approval by requested it be read repeatedly and the message is a good one but I just can't give it 5 stars. The monkey really is a soulless little annoyance and the repetition and weak rhymes may irritate some adults.
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Not a lot there 5. April 2013
Von Likes to eat Pi - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Vine Kundenrezension eines kostenfreien Produkts ( Was ist das? )
I'll start off with the biggest pet peeve I have with this book: the text keeps breaking the rhyming scheme. I really like kids books where the text has good rhythm and rhyming scheme. The text here keep starting off good, and then it suddenly stops. Every pair of line will rhyme, and then suddenly you'll run across a pair that doesn't (like said and day) and it really messes up the flow. Take a look at a few pages in the amazon preview to get an idea of what I mean. Other than that, the book is middle of the road - not that great, not bad. The plot revolves around earth day as all the animals do different things to be environmental (pick up trash, recycle, etc.) Monkey keeps showing up claiming it's his birthday, and no one believes him. At the end it turns out it is his birthday, the other animals apologize, and they all get cake. Perhaps if your child was born on earth day this would be a great book, but for the other 364/365ths of us, it's just "ok".
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