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by Antoinette Portis

eBook Not a Stick epub
  • ISBN: 0007254822
  • Author: Antoinette Portis
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Animals
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Children's Books; edition edition (June 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 32 pages
  • ePUB size: 1876 kb
  • FB2 size 1496 kb
  • Formats mbr docx azw mobi


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One little girl transforms herself over and over in this inventive picture book from the bestselling author and illustrator of Not a Box, Antoinette Portis.

by Antoinette Portis. Not a Box. by Antoinette Portis. One little girl transforms herself over and over in this inventive picture book from the bestselling author and illustrator of Not a Box, Antoinette Portis.

Antoinette Portis is the author and illustrator of the New York Times bestselling Not a Box (a New York Times Best Illustrated Book and a 2007 Theodore Seuss Geisel Honor Book), Not a Stick, A Penguin Story (also chosen as a New York Times Best Illustrated Book), an. .

Antoinette Portis is the author and illustrator of the New York Times bestselling Not a Box (a New York Times Best Illustrated Book and a 2007 Theodore Seuss Geisel Honor Book), Not a Stick, A Penguin Story (also chosen as a New York Times Best Illustrated Book), and Kindergarten Diary. She attended the UCLA School of Fine Arts and is a former creative director at Disney.

And I told Ms. Portis so at the SCBWI conference in LA. This year (technically, just at the very end of last year), Antoinette came back . And I told Ms. This year (technically, just at the very end of last year), Antoinette came back with a sequel, of sorts. The bunny of Not a Box is presumably still very engaged with his Not-a-Box. Antoinette's new opus, Not a Stick features a young pig at play with something else. Whatever it is, it is "not a stick.

Antoinette Portis attended the UCLA School of Fine Arts and is a former creative director at Disney Consumer .

Antoinette Portis attended the UCLA School of Fine Arts and is a former creative director at Disney Consumer Products.

With Not a Stick, Antoinette Portis follows the pro-imagination blueprint of 2006’s Not a Box, creating a.Again I think these books by Antoinette Portis are so creative and original because they really express how children think and how they see the world

With Not a Stick, Antoinette Portis follows the pro-imagination blueprint of 2006’s Not a Box, creating a worthy follow up. The book kinda goes like this: an off-camera narrator menti I used to pretend all sorts of stuff when I was little. Fortress out of Construx, plastic bag as parachute, all the standard stuff. Again I think these books by Antoinette Portis are so creative and original because they really express how children think and how they see the world. I also love how the covers of these books are the same texture as a box or a stick. The simple illustrations make it all the unique and fun and can be a great way to get students to think differently.

Written and illustrated by Antoinette Portis. Published by HarperCollins.

A celebration of the power of imagination from the Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor Award-winning creator of Not a Box Experience the thrill of the moment when pretend feels so real that it actually becomes real! Following the critically acclaimed Not a Box, this book proves that a stick is not always just a stick. Whether it's conducting an orchestra, painting a masterpiece, or slaying a dragon-give a child a stick and let imagination take over and the magic begin. Written and illustrated by Antoinette Portis.

unless it's not a stick. From fishing rod to dragon-taming sword a small pig shows that a stick will go as far as the imagination allows. Antoinette Portis captures the thrill of when pretend feels so real that it actually becomes reality. Her simple, spare text and illustrations show that seeing truly depends on the ability to believe in the possibilities.

Antoinette Portis again captures the thrill of when pretend feels so real that it becomes real. Not Just Another Book. com User, January 15, 2008. Oh, to be young again and find such joy and abandon in something as ordinary as a stick! Last year, we loved how Ms. Portis reminded us that a box is not just a box. Now, she delights us by reminding us that a stick is not just a stick. From the very first page, I was enchanted by the sweet-faced pig reaching out for a tree branch.

A beautifully designed book, celebrating the power of the imagination to transform even the most ordinary of objects into something magical. A stick is just a stick! unless it's not a stick. From fishing rod to dragon-taming sword a small pig shows that a stick will go as far as the imagination allows. Antoinette Portis captures the thrill of when pretend feels so real that it actually becomes reality. Her simple, spare text and illustrations show that seeing truly depends on the ability to believe in the possibilities.
Comments: (7)
Abywis
I teach English as a Second Language (ESOL) to prekindergarten students. This book became the basis of a lesson on imagination. We read the book and then imagined other things that a stick might be. I then brought in small sticks gathered in a park and had the children draw what they might imagine what a stick could be. I then taped the sticks to the drawings and wrote what the children told me about what they had drawn beginning with the phrase, "It's not a stick, it's a ......." I would recommend this highly for students in prekindergarten or kindergarten. I would also recommend the author's other book "Not A Box."
Lost Python
If you have a preschooler, you have to get this book! It is easy to read; really cute; and just think of all the things you can make with a stick. I am a preschool teacher and use this book every single year. After reading it 3 or 4 times, we follow up with a craft using a stick. My 3 and 4 year olds come up with really great ideas! I also love listening to them "read" the book. Yes, they have memorized it and use the pictures, but that is the first step in becoming a good reader.
Lesesshe
My 3-yr-old loves this book! It celebrates the imagination that children have with the simplest of objects, and it has inspired him to create more. The illustrations are charming, and the text is simple enough to keep the interest of a toddler.
Fani
Sequel to Not a Box which was one of my very favorite books to read to children. Cute simple pencil type drawings of a little pig and a stick that clearly is Not a Stick! Wonderful imagination
Gela
My eight year old grandson has always preferred sticks over any other toy. I thought he was a little old for this book but he has thoroughly enjoyed it. When I gave him the book, I told him that the book reminded me of him. He reads it to everyone. I also gave him "Its Not a Box" too. Recently we went up to the mountain forest...my grandson was probing the depth of the snow with a stick...when I asked him "What are you doing with that stick?", his answer was of course, "Its not a stick."
Yozshujind
great!
Ricep
I bought this book because my students love the book, Not a Box, by the same author.
We were not disappointed. We thoroughly enjoyed this book and hope the author will
release another book soon.
My grandson likes it.
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