Sharing a Shell
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yildiz ama Turkce cevirisi icin bence 4 yildiz belki de cok beklenti icine sokuldugumdan yargimin agirlasmasi sonucu olabilir. Bilemiyorum. Ancak cocuk kitabi olmasina ramen Turkce’si cok agir cevirilmis. Aslinda kafiyeler yapilmaya calisilmissa da akicilik yok. Bu nedenle cocugun takibini zorlastirabilir. Sharing a Shell is a lovely story about a hermit crab who when he finds a nice new shell decides he doesn't want to share it with his friends but soon discovers it is a lot easier when you're friends are there to help you. Former Children's Laureate Julia Donaldson is basically the goddess of wordsmithery, as far as I can tell. She's most famous for creating The Gruffalo with Axel Scheffler but has also written about a billion Oxford Learning Tree early readers and a number of lovely books with illustrator Lydia Monks.
Sharing a Shell is a charming underwater tale of friendship and fun from the stellar picture book partnership of Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks, creators of What the Ladybird Heard. With brilliant rhythmic verse, bright and distinctive illustrations, this is a firm favourite with children and parents alike. How is glitter used in the illustrations? Think about the different materials that artists can use and try to use them in different ways.Sharing a shell is a brightly illustrated story highlighting themes of sharing, friendship and recognising your individual strengths and characteristics. The story captured the reception class I read this to and we started to discuss sharing and kindness in friendship. The characters the story introduces shows that everyone is individual and when working as a team a lot can be achieved.
The book explores friendships and relationships, of how the characters can co-operate with each other to make a lovely place to live even though they are not the same species. This can be expanded upon to explore the different communities children live in and how/if they work to make a nice environment to live in. Sharing a Shell also highlights the importance of each character, as without each other they are lonely and the shell will be dirty, at risk and unable to move around. Children can then expand on this to see what jobs there are within the UK and the World over and how they assist the people who live there.You know you’re in for a treat when a book has a glittery front cover and ‘Sharing A Shell’ by Julia Donaldson doesn’t disappoint. With the lyrical and rhythmic verse we come to expect from her popular picture books, she tells a tale of friendship and collaboration. After finding a shell and teaming up with an anemone and a bristleworm, crab learns that when faced with the challenges a stormy sea throws at him he is better off with his new friends than on his own.