This book is titled You be You.
Why is it so important to be you? What do you think this book will be about aside from oceans and fish? Lets find out how each of these fish are different and able to accept one another. At the end of this story, we will talk about our differences and how we can be accepting of our uniqueness.
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We will then create a rockfish that describes us as individuals. Opening Moves -Raise interest in topic or theme -Tell the meaning of a key word -Prompt predictions based on the title Rationale: I choose this book because it does a wonderful job of explaining diversity, acceptance and individual uniqueness in a wonderful way to primary children using colorful images and rockfish.
Children need to be reinforced at a young age that we are all different and our differences make us unique. I also selected this book because a great activity to do with students in addition to reading the book would be to paint rockfish using any color of paint, glitter, etc. The ending of this book reassures that our differences make us unique and only we can share our uniqueness with the world.
Publishers Weekly. View 1 comment. Apr 10, Kelsey rated it it was amazing Shelves: lisearly-childhood-materials. You Be You features Adri's explorations of different kinds of fish. Adri learns that it is important to respect all of the fish in the sea because they make the world colorful and beautiful.
His mother leaves him with a last bit of wisdom to always be himself. The book features short snippets of text on each page. The text mirrors what the fish are like. Spiny fish have spiny letters, fish that swim right have words on the right side of the page and fish that swim left have words on the left sid You Be You features Adri's explorations of different kinds of fish. Spiny fish have spiny letters, fish that swim right have words on the right side of the page and fish that swim left have words on the left side of the page. The way that the words reflect the text would make You Be You perfect to help children practice print awareness.
You Be You by Linda Kranz
The illustrations feature gorgeous photos of the ocean with bright cartoon fish on each page. The stunning colors will delight children.
Nov 02, Annie Twohy rated it it was amazing Shelves: picture-books. The little fish featured in this book has been out and about exploring the world around him. While he is out, he discovers and notices that there are so many fish down in the deep blue sea and each of these fish have something special to share. Each page is complete with new fish that each bring varying messages of opposites, diversity, and acceptance to life. This book shares the grand overall message that we will know the beauty of all that is aroun You Be You is the companion to Only One You.
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This book shares the grand overall message that we will know the beauty of all that is around us if we stop, observe, and truly listen. It inspires readers to always be themselves. This book words seamlessly in correlation with Only One You and would be the perfect addition to a lesson about self-love, acceptance, diversity, and acceptance for early to upper elementary school students. Jan 30, Christina Robbins rated it it was amazing. This book has bright colorful pictures throughout it. This book is an awesome way for a child to learn opposites.
It also describes that it is ok to be different and you are beautiful just the way you are.
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At the end of the book it re-insures that "we all have something special that only we can share. Jul 10, Diane rated it really liked it Shelves: picture-books , read-in , read-in Apr 02, Christine Turner rated it liked it Shelves: bibliotherapy , individuality , self-acceptance , ocean. Nice book, but I wish it was larger so it could be used in storytime.
Individuality Self-acceptance Sea Ocean Fish. Lovely illustrations and a simple text teach young children that fish come in all different sizes, colors, personalities and skills View 2 comments. Jul 16, M Lee rated it really liked it Shelves: read-s , read-n , fish , mathematics , self-esteem. A cute book about opposites and different personalities of fish with lively drawings. Apr 17, Bethany Erickson rated it really liked it Shelves: children-s , board-book , concept , picture , , ellis-rose. Feb 06, Miss M rated it it was amazing Shelves: picture-books.
Great simple book that explains that everyone one is different, the important thing is being yourself. Excellent Book! Oct 08, Rio Nuevo rated it it was amazing. Jul 21, Natalie Moreland rated it it was amazing. A lovely text that celebrates diversity and its importance. Feb 02, Ricki rated it really liked it Shelves: children-s-books. I loved the premise of this book, and it taught a great message. The illustrations are so colorful!
Sep 20, Selena rated it it was amazing Shelves: juvenile. Great for kindergartners. Not only does it teach that it's OK to be different, it also teaches opposites. Super read aloud! Sep 13, Faith Tydings rated it liked it.
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I loved the idea of this book and the title was perfect but the delivery fell short with me. Especially the last page that I almost didn't read because it looked like a credit page or a backmatter page. I think that last page could've been drawn out a bit more and been given a bit more attention that it was.
Apr 08, Hugh Mcdonald rated it really liked it. Cute book that celebrates our differences. I buy books for my friends with kids quite a bit, and believe books like these are important to add to a starting library. Great message and illustrations. Feb 19, Carrie rated it really liked it. Love how it is in both English and Spanish! May 31, Morgan Stamper rated it really liked it Shelves: picture-books , babies , year-olds.
Good for teaching opposites, very bright and colorful. May 25, Dolly rated it liked it Recommends it for: parents reading with their children. Shelves: childrens , ocean-seashore , This is a short, but lovely tale that emphasizes a fish's uniqueness in an ocean full of fish. The narrative is entertaining and the illustrations are bright and have lots of detail. I read this book in a bookstore while waiting for a flight along with the companion book also by Linda Kranz , Only One You. Home Contact us Help Free delivery worldwide. Free delivery worldwide. Bestselling Series.
Harry Potter. Popular Features. New Releases. You Be You. Description When Adri sets out to explore the ocean, he has no idea how colorful the world is. He quickly discovers that there are all kinds of fish in the deep blue sea-big and tiny, smooth and spiny, colorful and plain, different and the same. Join Adri as he travels the ever changing currents of the ocean and see if you can find your favorite rockfish among the waves! Review quote Youngsters will enjoy the catchiness of the text and the lively nature of the illustrations, while appreciating the concepts found within A good choice to help children consider similarities and differences.
A rounded, smooth rock is a limited canvas, but Kranz's design and the variety of patterns on the rocks makes the book worthwhile before you even read a single word. I looked through the entire book and marveled at the painting and design before I went back to read it. In addition, parents can share with their children the homilies featured on the endpapers and children can search for Adri swimming among the other fish.