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by Jane Naliboff,Jeff Hopkins

ePub The Only One Club download
Author:
Jane Naliboff,Jeff Hopkins
ISBN13:
978-0972922531
ISBN:
0972922539
Language:
Publisher:
Flashlight Press (October 1, 2004)
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Subcategory:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
ePub file:
1919 kb
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1501 kb
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Rating:
4.2
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687

Jane Naliboff is the author of Kids Will Be Kids. She has published children's stories in Cricket, Hopscotch, and Spider

Jane Naliboff is the author of Kids Will Be Kids. She has published children's stories in Cricket, Hopscotch, and Spider. She lives in Vienna, Maine. Jeff Hopkins has worked as a museum educator for the Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art, where he served as artist-in-residence for after-school art programs for K–2 students. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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The Only One Club book. Naliboff does a great job of helping children look past their differences with other children and helps them realize that every child has something that truly makes them "the only one". This heartwarming story explores the many ways in which children. Oct 13, 2014 Amanda Hayes rated it really liked it.

Matthews's first grade class begins making Christmas decorations, but because Jennifer is Jewish, Mrs. Matthews allows her to make Hanukkah decorations instead. The Only One Club - Jane Naliboff. Jennifer enjoys the attention and creates "The Only One Club," of which she is the sole member. When her classmates want to join, she is resistant until she realizes that each of her friends is also "the only one" at something. As she inducts them into her club she reveals the unique qualities that make each of her classmates extraordinary.

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Only One Club Written by Jane Naliboff Illustrated by Jeff Hopkins

Only One Club Written by Jane Naliboff Illustrated by Jeff Hopkins. Flashlight Press New York. For my family and my dearest friend, . Illustrations were rendered in a medley of pencil, acrylic, watercolor and pastel.

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Jeff Hopkins is a storyteller, educator, and illustrator. He has performed Pictures Come to Life at arts institutions all over the country and has illustrated nearly two-dozen early reader books for children. For 20 years Hopkins has been a teaching artist for arts organizations including the. com. tles-help-celeb.sl. om. Holiday Cheer: New Titles To Help Celebrate Christmas and Hanukkah.

This heartwarming story explores the many ways in which children feel unique and special. Mrs. Matthews's first grade class begins making Christmas decorations, but because Jennifer is Jewish, Mrs. Matthews allows her to make Hanukkah decorations instead. Jennifer enjoys the attention and creates "The Only One Club," of which she is the sole member. When her classmates want to join, she is resistant until she realizes that each of her friends is also "the only one" at something. As she inducts them into her club she reveals the unique qualities that make each of her classmates extraordinary. Through this touching story, young children are encouraged to discover and treasure their own uniqueness and to actively look for special qualities in others beyond race or culture. A medley of pencil, watercolor, acrylic paint, and pastel illustrations bring this inspiring and humorous tale to life.
  • I'm Jewish too, so I can relate to this book, I like the part where she gives the badges to everyone else and points out what makes them special so I recommend this book to children 12 and under

  • Great lessons on diversity and inclusiveness, and how we are all unique and should celebrate that, rather than discriminate based on differences. Love this book, great Hanuka gift. I gave copies to school teachers too.

  • This is one of 88 picture books that help to teach students about theme. I use it in for middle school students.

  • Great Book!

  • Condition was great and our kids love it!

  • Font size on Kindle Fire makes reading the story tedious. The story is very good and positive, both my three and five year old enjoyed it.

  • Short,but very nice story. I like the illustration a lot! The only thing I'm less than satisfied is the font is too small for me. But it's readable.

  • The printed word is so small it is hard to read. There are two pages shown at a time and I had a hardtime reading it. I would have returned it if I could have.