تسع عشرة بنتًا.. وأنا

Darcy Pattison Steven Salerno رحاب بسام

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  • Title: تسع عشرة بنتًا.. وأنا
  • Author: Darcy Pattison Steven Salerno رحاب بسام
  • ISBN: 9770916706
  • Page: 261
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Jennifer on said:

      John Hercules is the only boy in his class. 19 girls andJohn Hercules. His brother teases and warns him that those girls are going to turn him into a sissy. Each day of the first week, John Hercules suggests a new, imaginative place to go. John Hercules and the 19 girls climb Mount Everest, dig to China, sail down the river, wrestle alligators, build a skyscraper and sing to the moon. Each day, John Hercules tells his brother what they did - proving that he wasn't a sissy and that the girls wer [...]

    2. Kelsey Gift on said:

      In this book, there are 19 girls and one boy in the class. The little boy is told by his brother that he will be a sissy if he plays with these girls, but the boy does play with the girls and they have lots of fun together using their imaginations. This is a fun book that will get children’s imaginations flowing. It also has a good message about how boys and girls can play together and the games can be enjoyed by both boys and girls.

    3. Karen on said:

      Jake and mom rate 4 stars, Ellie 3 stars. Good use of imagination by the kindergarten class.

    4. Alshaimaa on said:

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    5. Nojood Alsudairi on said:

      هل تستطيع 19 بنتا التأثير في ولد واحد؟Just got the English version!

    6. Suzannah Thompson on said:

      A little boy starts school in a class of 19 girls. And him. His brother warns him not turn into a sissy, but our hero turns out to be smarter than preconceptions. I have never read a picture book that could be so empowering for little girls and so freeing for little boys. I love the illustrations and the imaginative spirit of this book.I would use this in a class that may be having boy-girl conflict to reinforce the idea that it's ok for us all to get along. I highly recommend this book. Over th [...]

    7. Erin Dianis on said:

      This book tells the story of a little boy, John Hercules, whose class at school has nineteen girls and him. His brother warns him that eventually the girls will turn him into a sissy. John denies this and says he will make it nineteen tom-boys and him. Throughout the story, it shows what the class does for recess. Each day, John comes up with the main game, trying to prevent them from doing something “girly,” but as the week goes on, some of the girls add little details to the game like givi [...]

    8. Bethany Brown on said:

      19 Girls and Me by Darcy Pattison is the story of a kindergarten class that is made up of 19 girls and 1 boy. In this story, we get to see the adventures the class has at recess, and learn about unity on the way.This book was precious. I didn’t know what to expect at first, but by the end I absolutely loved it. I thought the message was wonderful, and it was a good way to go about it.I would use this book at the beginning of the school year to help my students understand the importance of unit [...]

    9. Alyssa Nelson on said:

      I was pleasantly surprised by how good this book is. The cover didn't grab me at all and I was expecting a so-so book, but apparently my niece knows the good ones when she sees them. She took this right off the shelf and said, "I want this one."The main message of this book is friendship. It teaches that no matter your gender, you can all play great games, have fun, and be friends. And it does this in a creative, fun way by delving into the world of children and imagining all sorts of activities [...]

    10. Caleb on said:

      Steven Salerno is the illustrator of this children's book, working with author Darcy Pattinson, but it's his show. The story is repetitive--but not unpleasantly so. First-grader John Hercules is the only boy in his class, and, despite his manly name, he and his older brother are afraid the girls will turn him into a sissy. He resloves to turn them into tomboys. Can he do it? Or will they change him? Or is there a third, positive moral-teaching optinion? Oh the drama!For a week or so, the kids go [...]

    11. Amber on said:

      The first look at this book, you might wonder what this book is really about and why would someone pick up a book like this. This book is about a boy who is in a kindergarten class with 19 girls. It talks about all the imaginations that the boy has to prove that he will not be turned into a "sissy" as his brother calls him. The girls and him go on extravegent imaginative trips from items that are just laying around the school yard. As I was reading the book, I was thinking that this could possib [...]

    12. Skylar Burris on said:

      Boys and girls can play together and each contribute something different and valuable to the imaginative play. Well, my daughter certainly didn't need a book to teach her that, although I did have to tell her what a "tomboy" and a "sissy" was. Nevertheless, a good story, using the kind of repetition children thrive on, with fun illustrations. It doesn't preach to the parents, but meets the kids in a situtation they might encounter. My daughter wanted me to read it several times.

    13. Mary on said:

      In the beginning this picture book seems like it will be reinforcing girl/boy stereotypes because big brother warns little brother about not turning into a sissy because he is the only boy in the class. But it ends with a confident little brother rejecting the stereotypes and seeing the girls as his friends.

    14. Auttumn C on said:

      Great book on imagination and the importance of friendship, it also shows you to never change others because who they are just might surprise you! this would be a fun book if there is an only boy in a house of girls. :)

    15. Raven Grider on said:

      The illustrations for this book are quite engaging and keep your engulfed throughout the entire story! This would be a great book to use because of its use of subtle repetition. It reminds me of my brother and father, growing up with only female siblings. :)

    16. Daniel Zielske on said:

      In trying to teach about gender stereotypes, Darcy Pattison tells a cute story that does plenty of reinforcing of gender stereotypes.

    17. Luann Kern on said:

      Cute story with great build up and sequencing. Illustrations remind me of Bemelan's Madeline books.

    18. Noran Mohamed on said:

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