Oliver si era appena trasferito in una grande città. Non si sentiva molto a suo agio in quel posto, finché un giorno trovò un piccolo batuffolo bianco di nome Pat... Età di lettura: da 3 anni.
- ISBN: 8865264594
- Casa Editrice: NORD-SUD
- Pagine: 32
Lovely! A lost dog + a lonely boy! One of the best combinations! For the boys and girls who feel lonely because they moved to a new city or new school, Oliver & Patch is a perfect read. Illustrations are making me overwhelmed with happiness. They are super cute and adorable. This little book reminded me Leggi tutto
This is a really sweet story coupled with really sweet illustrations, but the underlying message is the greatest thing here. Who among us animal lovers, child or grown-up, hasn’t met a gorgeous animal out and about and wanted to have them in our lives? Who hasn’t stopped to help a lost dog, and perha Leggi tutto
Originally posted on Once Upon a Bookcase . Oliver & Patch by Claire Freedman, was unexpected, but a joy to read! A really sweet picture book! Oliver has moved from the countryside to the city, and is feeling lonely. His new home is very different from what he's used to, and he's left all his friends b Leggi tutto
This book incorporates themes of loss, friendship and doing the right thing. Its colourful illustrations will appeal greatly to children. Further to this, the metaphors and similes are a good model for children when using literary devices in their own writing. Also, the protagonist in the book intro Leggi tutto
What a lovely story about a lovely boy who "does the right thing" after finding a lost dog. This boy is lonely and friendless in the new city where he lives. Perfect for animal lovers and anyone who has ever felt lonely in a new place (especially one with so many people in it), and has ever wished fo Leggi tutto
I think this book has some great themes of, friendship, loss, and adventure which may be quite relateable to lots of children reading this book. The similies and metaphors towards the end of this book are great and the illustrations throughout make this book very appealing to the KS1 audience.
A fantastic story paired with great illustrations to support children’s ideas when reading. Would be a great book to read with children helping them to understand the importance of friendship and doing the right thing.
Moving away from home can be very sad. No more corn fields and instead there is concrete as far as the eye can see. But sometimes all it takes is a special friend to may the day brighter. But when that special friend belongs to someone else, you have to do the right thing. And just maybe you will ge Leggi tutto
For anyone who has ever found and then lost a friend and a home. The resilience of Oliver to overcome his sadness and find beauty in the city and its inhabitants was very touching. I was surprised there was a lack of adult supervision when he would wander the city. He seemed more of an adult in a ch Leggi tutto
This book would be very effective in capturing a child's interest when reading it as the story, illustrations and characters are great and very loveable. The text has a great message throughout incorporating friendship, loss, grief and doing the right thing which is a good thing to share with a clas Leggi tutto
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