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Something from Nothing av Phoebe Gilman
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Something from Nothing (urspr publ 1992; utgåvan 1992)

av Phoebe Gilman (Författare)

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In this retelling of a traditional Jewish folktale, Joseph's baby blanket is transformed into ever smaller items as he grows until there is nothing left--but then Joseph has an idea.
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Titel:Something from Nothing
Författare:Phoebe Gilman (Författare)
Info:Scholastic (1992)
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Something from Nothing av Phoebe Gilman (1992)

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  icelibrary | Jun 14, 2019 |
This is a wonderful book that shows a connection between a grandfather and his grandson. One reason I liked this book is because the book has repeated words, which can be used in a shared reading activity. Every time the grandson brings his grandfather the fabric, the book says “Hmm,’ he said as his scissors went snip, snip, snip and his needle flew in and out and in and out, ‘There’s just enough material here to make…” Another reasons why I enjoyed this book was because of the illustrations. On the bottom of every page is a family of mice who are mimicking exactly what is happening in the story. Additionally the illustrations have vibrant colors which keep the reader engaged. For example, the dark blue color of the fabric that the grandfather keeps making into new items contrasts well with the other images. There is also a deep red colored curtain on one of the pages that helps to separate two rooms. Lastly, I enjoyed this book because of its main idea. The book’s main idea is about tradition and the value of family. The young boy keeps bringing the material back to his grandfather, which shows the special connection that they have with each other. ( )
  Sigalle | Oct 29, 2018 |
A boy gets a wonderful blanket from his grandfather. As he grows older his grandfather repurposes the blanket over and over again into something new. A great book to show problem-solving over time. ( )
  Mistian | Oct 28, 2018 |
In my opinion, this is a very good book. First and foremost, it has a well-developed plot. The characters are simple and the reoccurring problem always has an easy solution. Each time Joseph out grows the new article of clothing his grandfather made him, his grandfather uses the same cloth to make something else. For example, Joseph out grows his blanket and once his mother tells him it’s time to get rid of it he says, “Grandpa can fix it.” This simple problem reoccurring makes it easy to follow along throughout the whole story. The repetition is another reason why I really like this book. Each time Joseph brings Grandpa the old article of clothing the text reads, ““Hmm,” he said as his scissors went snip, snip and his needle flew in and out in and out, “There’s just enough material here to make…”” The repetition makes the story very interactive especially when reading the story aloud. The repetition also allows the reader to predict what is likely to happen next. The big message of this story is, “it’s not about what you have, it’s about what you do with what you have”. In the beginning, Joseph starts with a blanket that becomes tattered and his grandfather turns it into a jacket. Once he out grows the jacket, his grandfather makes him a vest and the story continues with his grandfather making him something new. Each time, his grandfather has less and less material to work with. Instead of throwing the items away, he uses what he has to make something just as useful. ( )
  hannahduckworth | Oct 1, 2018 |
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When Joseph was a baby, his grandfather made him a wonderful blanket…to keep him warm and cozy and to chase away bad dreams.
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