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by Marisabina Russo

eBook The Big Brown Box epub
  • ISBN: 0688170978
  • Author: Marisabina Russo
  • Genre: Children
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Greenwillow (March 1, 2000)
  • ePUB size: 1969 kb
  • FB2 size 1243 kb
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It's a big brown box! Or maybe it's a house with windows and a door. The story also shows that parents can only do so much in the developmental process of sharing

It's a big brown box! Or maybe it's a house with windows and a door. Or a cozy, dark cave. Or a ship on the ocean. The story also shows that parents can only do so much in the developmental process of sharing.

Books by Marisabina Russo. The Big Brown Box. May 3, 2000.

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It's a big brown box Or maybe it's a house with windows and a door. Or a ship on the ocean until Mama finds a solution that's a perfect fit fo. .

It's a big brown box Or maybe it's a house with windows and a door. Or a ship on the ocean until Mama finds a solution that's a perfect fit for everyone.

Amelia is a very big bunny. From author-illustrator Marisabina Russo comes an endearing tale that celebrates the power of friendship and the fun of standing out in a crowd

Amelia is a very big bunny. At recess, the other bunnies tell her that her feet are too long for hopscotch, they say she's too tall to jump rope, and of course, no one will get on the seesaw with her. Amelia is a very big and lonely bunny. But when a new very small bunny named Susannah arrives in the classroom, something amazing happens. From author-illustrator Marisabina Russo comes an endearing tale that celebrates the power of friendship and the fun of standing out in a crowd.

Marisabina Russo's warm, distinctive picture books usually mirror everyday scenarios from her own family's life. The Big Brown Box was inspired by her three children's tendency to entertain themselves-and each other-with common household objects (which included many a cardboard box). Ms. Russo has written and illustrated many picture books for children, and has illustrated several by other authors. She and her husband and children live in Westchester County, New York.

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Marisabina Russo's warm, distinctive picture books usually mirror everyday scenarios from her own family's life view moreMarisabina Russo's warm, distinctive picture books usually mirror everyday scenarios from her own family's life. The Big Brown Box was inspired by her three children's tendency to entertain themselves-and each other-with common household objects (which included many a cardboard box)

Marisabina Russo is the award winning author/illustrator of nearly 30 picture books and young adult novels. I am so grateful for the beautiful book you created and the way it has impacted myself and my students.

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As he plays in a very large box in his room and turns it into a house, then a cave, then a boat, Sam is reluctant to let his little brother Ben join him, but then he finds the perfect way for them to share.
Comments: (6)
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All the items are good quality
Heri
I ordered this book to use in my class as we discussed imagination. The children loved the story and used ideas from it in the classroom after hearing the story only once.
Brightfury
How many times have you said, "No, you can't play with that? It's Mommy's." No one wants to share everything all the time, not even adults. Some things are just too special for us. This book helps a child learn another solution when he is not ready to share a favorite toy. Sharing is a very sophisticated concept, especially to a child who is always expected to share everything when the adults don't share with him.
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Marisabina Russo has shown a way that young siblings can share. The story also shows that parents can only do so much in the developmental process of sharing. I wished that I had had this story to learn from and share with my boys when they were these ages and going through the sharing stage.
Prince Persie
To summarize this book: one little brat of a child gets a big box and refuses to share it with his little brother. The parents seem fine with the selfish behavior and after days of the younger child being excluded, the parents "solve" the problem by just getting another box. So ultimately no one shares, learns anything, or provides any kind of good model for the target audience.

Not only is the book bereft of any positive message, its story - such as it is - is just boring. A kid gets a box and then plays with it? At best that should be the starting point for a story, not the whole thing. Lame and uncreative. Finally, the illustrations are rudimentary and childlike; not in a good or charming way, just in a way that demonstrates a lack of talent.

Looking at the author note, I can't help but wonder whether this whole thing is some kind of attempt to humble-brag about the author's own children. "They self-entertain with household objects" it says, in the kind of tone that makes parents roll their eyes and walk away.
Gela
What a horrible lesson in sharing. This book only teaches that it is okay to be selfish. I was shocked when I read this to the end, thankfully not to my little ones, and was sad to see it did not redeem itself. Definitely not a story about sharing...but rather a lesson in being self centered.
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