What Do You Do with a Chance
ISBN: 1943200734
EAN13: 9781943200733
Language: English
Pages: 44
Dimensions: 0.2" H x 10" L x 8.9" W
Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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The award-winning creators of New York Times bestsellers What Do You Do With an Idea and What do You Do With a Problem return with a story of a child who isn't sure what to make of a chance encounterthen discovers that when you get brave, take chances, and say yes to new experiences, amazing things can happen. What do chances become? New friendships, exciting opportunities, and daring discoveries]] So, what will you do with your chance? Now that's up to you. Written by New York Times best-selling author Kobi Yamada and beautifully illustrated by Mae Besom, What Do You Do With a Chance? is the story of a child who is visited by a chancebut because he isn't sure what to do with it, lets it go. Later on, when a new chance comes around he reaches for it, but this time he misses and falls. Now he is afraid. Will he be brave enough to take another chance when it comes around? The final addition to the award-winning What Do You Do With]]? picture book series, this book inspires kids of

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   Book is amazing but the cover arrived damaged.
I've read all his books, and I'm a huge fan of Saul Bellow. I find the illustrations so beautiful, so it pained when it arrived damaged.
 
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   Good for kids and adults
He's a great writer, great book.
 
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   A good idea, but adult guidance will needed
Only a professional can recommend this book. The idea is to show children the reality of taking chances, that it's likely they may be afraid, and that come chances and go, he said. It's meant to encourage children to take risks, not just with sports. However, it is too much of a metaphor to be understood without guidance and discussion with an adult. The idea of “chance” is shown as a butterfly which the child attempts to reach – and yes, at the end of the book, is finally successful in grabbing it. Before we can talk about “chance,” we must first put the idea of a “chance” into a situation or event that the child can relate to. Yes, it can be useful. Yes, I do. The ministry said it had received written and telephone complaints from the public about the use of force by Viet Nam police in the city of Thibault. This is probably best for children who are having difficulties, the specialist said. The illustrations are also very nice, Mr. D'Antonio said. The rest of the figures are mostly in shades of yellow with the central figure highlighted by standout colors.
 
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   It is so beautifully written and sends such a wonderful
I am the author of several adult non-fiction books. I saw this book in a charming little bookstore and immediately fell in love. I came home and ordered from Amazon. com. We got it today, Tunick said. It was a quick read, said Blair, the mother of 6-year-old twins. The oldest child is about to start kindergarten. Everything I want to say to her is in this book. It is so beautifully written and sends such a powerful, inspirational message. I am in awe of the way you put this book together, Mary. It's just such a gem, said James. I'm so grateful to your beautiful, kind, heartfelt messages, Taylor said.
 
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   Kind of like Dr. Seuss' "Oh the Places You Will go
While these books are meant for kids, I think they generally go over younger kids and are meant more for older kids and adults. Like Dr. Seuss' "Oh the Places You Will Go," this one will stand in a class by itself. I have loved this one and the second one from the series, but really thought the first one fell flat. Like the second one the second time around the artwork is great and really helps to illustrate the story.
 
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   Who doesn't love book by this author
I've read every book by this author. I am going to be using this book with my high school students. The message is uplifting and offers something for everyone to connect to, he said.
 
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