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am 27. Juni 2007
Durch die ausdrucksstarken und farbenfrohen Bilder und wenig Text pro Seite eignet sich dieses Buch hervorragend für die 5. Klasse Englischunterricht! Durch die Bilder ist es für die Schüler nicht erforderlich jedes einzelne Wort zu verstehen.

Außerdem steckt eine wundervolle Botschaft dahinter.

Sehr empfehlenswert!
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am 18. September 2000
This book is about Stellaluna, a baby bat who finds itselflost, hungry, alone, and accidentally in a nest full of baby birds. The little bat is accepted by the birds, but somehow never feels at home, especially after a good scolding from the mother bird about hanging upside down -- hillarious.
The artwork is outstanding, the story is entertaining, and children and adults love this book. I have even picked it up and read it a time or two after the children went to bed.
This is an award winning book, and for good reason. There are strong underlying messages in it about place, acceptance, home and family.
Definitely 5+ stars...
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am 4. November 1999
I am a teacher in Scottsdale, Arizona. This book is such a powerful tool in teaching children about accepting people for who they are, especially our friends. This simple story of a bat is one children can enjoy and understand.
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am 30. Juli 1997
Stellaluna is wonderful. It has the perfect drama for a young child's fantasy: a bat child separated from family manages to survive without her parents, but has a joyful reunion. I think the story works especially well because of a number of elements that resonate with a young child. First of all, there is the drama of abandonment and reunion; that's always a worry on a young child's mind. There's also the silliness of a bat doing bird things (including eating worms instead of fruit). This always appeals to the preschool set who love being in-the-know about how things are supposed to work. Finally, it's a great book to read with your child on your lap, because it ends with a big hug.

The illustration is also excellent, beautiful, vivid pictures in full color. You can buy a Stellaluna stuffed animal too (I believe there are book and animal sets). They have these neat velcro strips on the feet and wings so you can hang her upside down, asleep in her wings from whatever a four year old can reach.
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am 2. Mai 2008
Ich kenne das Buch seit Jahren, und bin jedes Mal wieder gerührt, wenn ich mir die Zeit nehme, es durchzulesen. Es ist auch für Jugendliche und Erwachsene geeignet, finde ich. Thema dieses schönen Buchs ist das Finden des eigenen Weges, und der Schmerz, der damit einhergeht, nicht man selbst zu sein. Sehr schön zeigt die Autorin auf, dass es zur eigenen inneren Stimme, zur wahren Natur die in einem ist, keine vernünftige Alternative gibt.

Aber mehr wird nicht verraten. Selbst besorgen oder ausleihen und schmökern :)).
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am 1. Mai 2016
We love this book. It's very cute. It's not preachy or overly sentimental. It's just fun and well drawn. Have fun.
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am 7. September 1999
Stellaluna is a wonderful book that teaches children that we are all the same and different at the same time. It is as enjoyable for the adults who read it as it is to the children. The pictures are wonderful as well, they are so lifelike that you can see the emotions on the faces of the birds/bats. There is also some information on bats at the end of the book on bats. Another book that is good for kids and adults is Verdi (by Janell Cannon too!) it has a good story and the same wonderful, lifelike pictures and information after the story. Cannon has taken two animals that don't usually end up as heros in books and has taught us to love them. My girls (6 & 3) pull these books off the shelf almost every time it's bedtime! Bats and snakes--who would have guessed it!
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am 16. Oktober 1998
I am presently taking a Library Science class at my college. I am an education major. I must admit, I was not looking forward to reading all the required books, but Jannell Cannon is great. The illustrations in these books are unreal and so life-like! Anyone would have to love a little yellow snake, or a bat that lives with birds. The great thing about these books is that the storylines and illustrations are so real and completely outstanding. I have a four year old who now thinks she may want to play with snakes after reading Verdi. Jannell Cannon, PLEASE continue to write and illustrate! You are great and I beleive I am receiving as much pleasure from these books as my four year old!!!
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am 5. August 1998
My first reaction to the book when the owl swooped down on the bats was "Oh, no, another Bambi, mother-abandonment story." It was a good thing it all ended happily. The story had nice, heartwarming elements, from little Stellaluna anxious to please the mother bird, and the baby birds trying "bat tricks" to the final reunion of the bat and the birds, and all of them still getting along.
I read this to my two-year old, and she loved it and she learned things from it. I would recommend it for an audience younger than 4.
I judge a book as well-written if the parent can read it over and over again on request and still find the book appealing. This book passed the test.
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am 16. Mai 2000
This book is about Stellaluna, a baby bat who finds itself lost, hungry, alone, and accidentally in a nest full of baby birds. The little bat is accepted by the birds, but somehow never feels at home, especially after a good scolding from the mother bird about hanging upside down -- hillarious.
The artwork is outstanding, the story is entertaining, and children and adults love this book. I have even picked it up and read it a time or two after the children went to bed.
This is an award winning book, and for good reason. There are strong underlying messages in it about place, acceptance, home and family.
Definitely 5+ stars.
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