You Are My Wonders The creators of You Are My I Love You pen an ode to students and their teachers just in time for back to schoolNo one captures the essence of our most cherished relationships quite like Maryann Cusim

  • Title: You Are My Wonders
  • Author: Maryann Cusimano Love Satomi Ichikawa
  • ISBN: 9780399252938
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The creators of You Are My I Love You pen an ode to students and their teachers, just in time for back to schoolNo one captures the essence of our most cherished relationships quite like Maryann Cusimano Love and Satomi Ichikawa Whether parent and child or grandparent and grandchild, Maryann s tender, playful text and Satomi s childlike, colorful illustrations are nothingThe creators of You Are My I Love You pen an ode to students and their teachers, just in time for back to schoolNo one captures the essence of our most cherished relationships quite like Maryann Cusimano Love and Satomi Ichikawa Whether parent and child or grandparent and grandchild, Maryann s tender, playful text and Satomi s childlike, colorful illustrations are nothing less than odes to these universal bonds.Now the two shine their spotlight on students and teachers, enriching each other through storytelling, art, music, and of course, guidance Perfect and reassuring for the youngest of students, You Are My Wonders is sure to be a hit at story time at home or in the classroom.

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      Published :2018-05-15T21:13:31+00:00

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    1. Illustrations resonate when I see the images and feel happy and silently think ah, so beautiful. This is an incredibly wonderfully illustrated book which examines the important reciprocal relationship between teacher and child.Each two page spread of photos has lilting rhyme which states what a teacher brings to the child, and in return what she receives from them."I am your bell; you are my ring." "I am your notes; you are my sing.""I am your tall; you are my grow. I am your tell; you are my sh [...]

    2. Two stars for the cute pictures. Zero for the icky-sweet prose. "I am the blackboard. You are my clean eraser"?Cringe.

    3. Opening move? What do you think my job is here at school? What is your job here at school? Teachers have a certain ideas we want you to learn, but you can make learning fun. In this book, let’s look at how the students are helping the teacher with all the other kids to learn. Look for how everyone has a job and maybe some funny faces. Are you a helper too? Some students in our book can do jobs easier than others, but everyone tries. All of these kids work together as a class. Does your class w [...]

    4. "You Are My Wonders" by Maryann Cusimano Love and illustrated by Satomi Ichikawa is a picture book for children of all ages about the relationship -- the bond -- between a teacher and his or her students.In the story, the teacher is a (stuffed) elephant and the students are all stuffed animals. The story is told about all the activities that the students do in the classroom with the teacher, and every page touchingly and artistically uses metaphor to describe the bond between child and adult.The [...]

    5. This book written in rhyming verse is a beautiful depiction of a teacher's relationship with her students. The pages of this story are filled with a very lovable teacher elephant who shares with her stuffed animal-like students what she is to them, followed by what they are to her. Some of the phrases will make total sense to students, such as "I am your serious; you are my silly face," while other phrases will not. It is full of symbolism that I'm not sure young children will be able to connect [...]

    6. What an absolutely lovely book! The relationship between a teacher and her students is so inspirational!A teacher shapes a child in so many ways but the child shapes the teacher too!Being a teacher for 28 years and now a full time nanny, this book brought tears to my eyes!

    7. Oh boy, the verses are too sweet and at time awkwardly make no sense. And while I love Satomi Ichikawa's other books, his art does not work for this. Why is the Elephant the only real animal and all the students stuffed toys? It's a bit creepy (button eyes.ing of Gaiman's Coraline)

    8. Pictures are really adorable!! The premise is nice but it is so sappy and sweet I think I got a cavity! The prose are sappy with a nice cadence until you add another syllable in "I am you duck, duck goose, you are my chase" When the rest of the rhymes are "I am your calm you are my thunder"

    9. A completely charming book that would make an excellent read aloud in the first few days of school to reinforce the important role of the teacher and the role of the students. The book uses rhyme and comforting illustrations that will surely be a favorite read in your classroom.

    10. Meh The illustrations are cute, but the story itself? I felt like 99% of it didn't even make sense. At all. Not a fan.

    11. I loved this book for something to read to the students on the first day of school or even possibly the last day of school. It is about how important students and teachers are to each other.

    12. Cute! Should be on the list of every primary school teacher (American influence notwithstanding). Or it would make a great presence for your child's favourite prep teacher! :-)

    13. perfect for all teachers, but especially the ones who don't have children of their own. It really describes the teacher and student relationship.

    14. In the same pattern as her previous books, this time focusing on the preschool/kindergarten experience and the experience is captured very well. These titles always delightful.

    15. I'm a sucker for teacher stories. (This also feels like a picture book version of Taylor Mali's poem "Miracle Workers").

    16. I thought some of the lines were sweet. Some just didn't make sense. I think I'm stilling wondering about this one . . .

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