Is Your Mama A Llama? E–book/E–pub
- Is Your Mama A Llama?
- Deborah Guarino
- 22 May 2018
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Free download Is Your Mama A Llama? Free read Is Your Mama A Llama? ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Re book filled with whimsical riddles and endearing illustrations Rhyming uestions and answers will cha. Classic read Glad I can now read it to my son
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Free download Is Your Mama A Llama? Free read Is Your Mama A Llama? ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Lloyd the Llama discovers what kind of animal his mama really is in this delightful guessing game pictu. This reminds me and Julia by the way an awful lot of the Anna Dewdney books Or I should say that Dewdney s books remind me an awful lot of this book because I think this came first I understand that writing a book that consists of llama mama s doesn t give one the sole right to llama mama books but I don t know there is a striking similiarity if you ask me Anyway I for one like that rhyme A lot It just has a real nice ring to it and it s funny as hell Julia s taken to on and off calling me her llama mama and we both get a kick out of that This is fairly short great for a uick bedtime story and basically is the story of a little llama asking his friends if their own mama s are llama s Each friend comes back with a response which rhymes which is then followed by the little llama seeing the light and rhyming with whatever the friends mama is I m partial to kids books with rhymes always have been Julia doesn t so much care about that herself and can go either way rhymes or no rhymes Julia liked the story she liked the baby llama but she did not like the bat Apparently the bat s cuteness factor was too low for this book She also said the bat was too enormous He is drawn kind of big I guess Other than that she could find no faultsFree download Is Your Mama A Llama?
Free download Is Your Mama A Llama? Free read Is Your Mama A Llama? ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Rm and amuse children An enchanting animal guessing game School Library Journal Full color illustration. Is Your Mama a Llama is a children s book about animals written by Deborah Guarino In the book Lloyd the llama is very interested in what kind of animals all of his friends mama s are She begins asking every friend that she sees if their mama is a llama but she finds that all of the friends she asks do not have llama s as mama s She asks every friend that she knows about their mama until she comes to the last friend who has a special surprise for her about her mama that she didn t realize The book is filled with wonderful lines of rhyming that intrigue the child to continue reading There are several characteristics of this book that captivates the child other than rhyming The first thing that really caught my eye was the fact that she wrote the book to have the rhyme on the first two pages and then the answer to what that particular animals mama was is on the next page I found myself wanting to guess what was on the next page using the rhyme instead of simply reading the words on the next page Children love to guess and I know that this is a grasping aspect of the book for them The other characteristic that really would catch children s attention in this book is the fact that it is all about animals Many children love animals and love to talk about them and this book gives them the chance to do so I absolutely loved this book except for the ending The book is an awesome way to get children used to using rhyming words as well as allowing them to use their critical thinking skills and guess what animal is on the next page I myself really enjoyed reading the rhyming words and about all the different animals so I know that the children would probably feel the same way Although I really loved this book I really did not like the ending I think that it is critical for children to use their thinking skills and to be challenged but for the age level that this book is written at I feel that leaving the ending with an ellipsis for the children to create on their own ending is confusing and entirely too difficult I think that I would use this book for probably second or third grade It could be integrated into an animalscience lesson or it could also be used in a language arts lesson about rhyming and or foreshadowing The illustrator of this book was Steven Kellogg The illustrations are all very sketched looking and appear as if they had been completed using water colors I really loved the scenery that the illustrator chose to portray of each animal and their habitat I thought that he did a great justice depicting where the animals would actually be found in the wild and how they would look if you found them I loved the colors that he used in each picture Depending on the picture he would use a dark or cool palate to depict and cool and wet place and a warm palate and colors to depict a warm and dry place I think the colors of the pages make you feel as if you can really understand and feel the atmosphere at the time The animals look mostly realistic even though there are some idealized ualities of them Over all the illustrations lend to the fun and whimsical uality of this book