Comment Tout A Commencé
  • Comment Tout A Commencé
  • Comment Tout A Commencé
  • Comment Tout A Commencé
  • Comment Tout A Commencé
ISBN: 1368019013
EAN13: 9781368019019
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 5, 2019
Pages: 40
Dimensions: 1" H x 10" L x 10" W
Weight: 1.737243 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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   So beautiful
The book is gorgeous. It took us a while to realize how beautiful it is. The story's progression is shown through the use of color in the artwork of the illustrator. My child loves seeing how the colors affect each other. We have a lot of good conversations about how we influence others and how we are influenced by others. We'll be keeping this book for a long time.
   I was skeptical, buy my 5-year-old "got" it and loves it
This book is beautiful with a sweet and thought-provoking message, but I think sometimes books like this don't really appeal to young kids because they are too abstract. I was wrong. I ordered this book because I wanted to try it with my son. I thought the timing was right because he is on week 4 of piano lessons. He loved the book and read it on the first read. The illustrations help to get the message across when we talk about Beethoven and Schubert. The emphasis on practicing for years and working hard to achieve the goal is something I like. He asked me to play the song at the end. The illustrations in this book are striking. My son likes to follow the music and notice the little details, like how she went from a keyboard to an upright piano. I am glad I ordered this book.
   This is how life works.
The story of one girl's journey to the stage is told through chance, discovery, persistence, and a little luck. The story is beautiful and you will fall in love with it.
   This is one clever book!
This is a very clever book. It is a blend of inspiration, music, and the word because. Beethoven inspired the author of the symphony in B Minor. Some musicians are going to an orchestra. Something wonderful happens to a little girl because of a cold.
   Heartwarming story!
It was adorable! I had to choose a picture book for the school project and I chose this one. It is a great decision on my part. The story is touching. This is a feel good kids book, not so much entertaining or funny, but it contains a valuable lesson. Absolutely love this book!
   Love, love this one
I teach growth mindset and gratitude to my children. I think this book teaches both how important everyone is and how effort pays off.
   Great book!
It was a great read. Mo Willems' stories are hilarious, but they are poetic. I can't give my students a writing unit about what they aspire to be.
   Wonderful, atypical Mo Willems book!
Another gem from Mo Willems! This book can be used by any young music-lover. The way in which humans are connected, how we impact each other's life experiences, and how our choices and actions have a ripple effect are all shown in the story. This concept is explored in a way that is appropriate for children. My 2.5 year old loves books. He is too young to process the underlying message but still enjoyed the book. This is a great read for little ones. Other reviewers have noted that this isn't your typical Mo Willems book - no silliness or humor, just a great message.
Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus is one of the funniest books written by Mo Willems. His newest book is a different approach. Instead of focusing on making children laugh, he wants to inspire. A chain of events can be caused by one act. The book describes how an orchestra was formed and performed in front of a girl who then fell in love with music. She created her own symphony that inspired others. The illustrations highlight the enchantment of the music while the text plays on important themes of community, hard work and the appealing concept of serendipity.
5 is beautiful!
This is a book that I really like. I read it with my library classes last week and it was my favorite part because I was able to see the expressions on the wordless pages. I like the connections to music and cause and effect and how one person can affect many others down the road. I like the illustrations in this book. It's beautiful and inclusive of all. We shared this with a middle school band teacher, and she appreciated how the score was a real score throughout the book. Ordinary Mary's Extraordinary Deed is a book with a similar theme.