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[Reading] ➰ Footprints in the Snow ➸ Mei Matsuoka – Hakkas.us

Footprints in the Snow Wolf Is Feeling Offended And Indignant All The Wolves He S Ever Read About Are Nasty, Scary, And Greedy To Set The Record Straight He Decides To Write A Story About A Nice Wolf But Will His Wolfish Instincts Get The Better Of Him After All Author Illustrator Mei Matsuoka S Simple Yet Sophisticated Art Imbues Wolf S Story Of Searching For A Friend With Wry Humor And Subtle Wit.

[Reading] ➰ Footprints in the Snow  ➸ Mei Matsuoka – Hakkas.us
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Footprints in the Snow
  • Mei Matsuoka
  • English
  • 17 January 2017
  • 0805087923

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➰ Footprints in the Snow ➸ Mei Matsuoka – Hakkas.us


  1. says:

    Children s librarians spend, I d say, at least 2% of their lives reading pictures books it d be longer, but those puppies are blessedly short And I suspect that reading that many of them does something to your brain You notice patterns You pick up on weirdnesses And sometimes, once in a great big while, you crack There is a kind of picture book out there and I m looking at YOU, Miss Spider where a creature goes against its god given normal instincts and goes from predator to silly happ Children s librarians spend, I d say, at least 2% of their lives reading pictures books it d be longer, but those puppies are blessedly short And I suspect that reading that many of them does something to your brain You notice patterns You pick up on weirdnesses And sometimes, once in a great big while, you crack There is a kind of picture book out there and I m looking at YOU, Miss Spider w...


  2. says:

    A wolf decides to write a story about a nice wolf to set the fairy tales straight The ending will leave you smirking.Ages 4 8 winter snow Like my reviews I also have hundreds of detailed reports that I offer too These reports give ...


  3. says:

    Kids like cyclical books They enjoy the familiarity that comes with repetition and knowing that the story will loop around to the beginning Footprints in the Snow is a story within a story that has a nice loop at the end, leaving young readers to ponder how the story concludes Definitely not your cookie cutter title, and not one for must have a clear happy ending kids Scope Notes Note There is nothing wrong with that , Footprints will be most successful with clever young readers who like Kids like cyclical books They enjoy the familiarity that comes with repetition and knowing that the story will loop around to the beginning Footprints in the Snow is a story within a story that has a nice loop at the end, leaving young readers to ponder how the story concludes Definitely not your cookie cutter title, and not one for must have a clear happy ending kids Scope Notes Note There is nothing wrong with that , Footprints will be most successful with clever young readers who like their books a little mischievous.The story is based upon a fact of life That there are not many stories about wolves who are nice Wolf sets out to write a story that will change that His story within the story begins with Mr Nice Wolf following a set of footprints outside his door in the hopes of finding...


  4. says:

    Wolf knows that most books portray wolves to be evil, greedy and cruel So he sets out to write his own book about a nice wolf The book starts with footprints in the freshly fallen snow that may lead him to a new friend Following the trail of footprints, Mr Nice Wolf discovers that no one trusts him to be a friend, thinking he is tracking breakfast or lunch instead When Mr Nice Wolf reaches the duck who made the tracks he has been following, his natural instincts get the best of him and the Wolf knows that most books portray wolves to be evil, greedy and cruel So he sets out to write his own book about a nice wolf The book starts with footprints in the freshly fallen snow that may lead him to a new friend Following the trail of footprints, Mr Nice Wolf discovers that no one trusts him to be a friend, thinking he is tracking breakfast or lunch instead When Mr Nice Wolf reaches the duck who made the tracks he has been following, his nat...


  5. says:

    As the story opens, wolf is reading all of his books about wolves and in each of them the wolf is depicted as greedy, mean, or bad Hence, wolf is motivated to write his own story containing a good wolf But is a wolf always a wolf The non conclusive ending allows the reader to decide This book could easily be used to introduce a writing lesson on characters or to spark a discussion on stereotypes It might also be fun to have kids locate several stories with wolves and investigate if all of As the story opens, wolf is reading all of his books about wolves and in each of them the wolf is depicted as greedy, mean, or bad Hence, wolf is motivated to write his own story containing a good wolf But is a wolf always a wolf The non conclusive ending allows the reader to decide This book could easily be used to introduce a writing lesson on characters or to spark a discussion on stereotypes It might also be fun to have kids locate several stories with wolves and investigate i...


  6. says:

    Wolf is not thrilled to find that in every book he reads, wolves are portrayed as the villain Wolf decides to write and illustrate his own story about a wolf, Mr Nice Wolf No matter how nice Mr Nice Wolf is, he is shunned by the other animals Love that this is a story within a story, and that Wolf writes to make his own version of how others should see him And thanks, Matsuoka, for not making this a sappy story, but for leaving the ending open for the reader to continue.Add this one to the Wolf is not thrill...


  7. says:

    Cute artwork in a picture book about a wolf writer who writes a fiction story about a wolf who behaves differently than wolves do Even in fiction, the wolf learns that characters must remain true to their instincts.


  8. says:

    Okay, I m beginning to lose my faith in editors So this is a children s story, the ending still has to make SENSE I got to the last page of this tale that had no resolution, no indication the plot was wrapped up, and no firm clues as to whether the main character actually went through the actions of the plot or wrote it down orwhat I am lost And this type of writing will only confuse young readers, and not encourage them to find satisfaction in reaching the end of a book That s maddening Okay, I m beginning to lose my faith in editors So this is a children s story, the ending still has to make SENSE I got to the last page of this tale that had no resolution, no in...


  9. says:

    Cute.


  10. says:

    Interesting take on wolves in stories.

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