Lines, Squiggles, Letters, Words
Ruth Rocha Madalena Matoso Lynn Miller-Lochman
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Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM By Ruth Rocha Madalena Matoso Lynn Miller-Lochman

A child who has not yet learned how to read looks out at the world and sees language as such a child would as lines and squiggles that don t exactly make pictures but don t seem to make anything else either Then, when the child starts to go to school and begins to learn his letters, his way of seeing begins to change.Ruth Rocha is Brazil s most popular children s book auA child who has not yet learned how to read looks out at the world and sees language as such a child would as lines and squiggles that don t exactly make pictures but don t seem to make anything else either Then, when the child starts to go to school and begins to learn his letters, his way of seeing begins to change.Ruth Rocha is Brazil s most popular children s book author Her first book was published in 1976 She has than 130 published titles and has been translated into over twenty five languages.Madalena Matoso studied Communication Design at Lisbon College of Fine Arts and has a graduate degree from the Fine Arts Faculty in Barcelona In 1999, she and three friends created Planeta Tangerina.
  • Title: Lines, Squiggles, Letters, Words
  • Author: Ruth Rocha Madalena Matoso Lynn Miller-Lochman
  • ISBN: 9781592702084
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Hardcover

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Miao Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
I found this book on 2017 USBBY Outstand International Book list. It has Kirkus reviews and one of the Cooperative Children’s Book Center Choice Selection for 2017. The book is about a boy named “Pedro” who had not yet learn how to read. When he started to go to school and began to realize every letter goes together to form a word that carries meaning. He begins to look for letters that he learned during the day around the neighborhood. This book would be best for pre-k to k where students [...]
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Robin Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
The young narrator wonders what those drawings and squiggles are; when he goes to school and starts learning his letters, he sees letter everywhere. And one day, he realizes that he can read.Author is from Brazil; illustrated from Portugal.Translated from the Portuguese by Lyn Miller-LachmanBBY Outstanding International Book 2017.
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Sara Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
Fun. It's a story of a boy who gradually begins learning the letters of the alphabet and what once looked like squiggles, are now recognizable as the letters he is learning at school.
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KidsBooksWorthReading Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
Pedro looks around his town and he sees signs and billboards with pictures and funny squiggles and lines. One day his mother tells him he will be starting school soon and he will start to learn what those lines and squiggles mean. His first day at school he learns his first letter "A". On his way home from school he sees the letter "A" everywhere. Day by day, letter by letter, all the squiggles in Pedro's town become the letters he now can read. ❤️A wonderful description of how children see [...]
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Rachel Tarnoff Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
Lines, Squiggles, Letters, Words follows a little boy as he learns how to read. The story starts with the boy not recognizing letters or words. He only saw lines and squiggles everywhere he went. As he begins school he starts to recognize the letters that he is learning everywhere until he finally declares he is able to read. This is a great book many young children can relate to as they are learning how to read. The illustrations are designed to show readers how what the boy is seeing changes a [...]
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Michelle Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
I like what this was going for, but not the reliance on the teacher to teach letters to the child. As librarians we give parents tips about how to incorporate literacy in to their everyday lives. It think the message would have been more effective it the parents were teaching the child and having what he learned from them reinforced in school.
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Miss Sarah Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
A little boy tells his mother all he sees is squiggles and lines but she says soon when he goes to school he will see more. After going to school he begins to see letters everywhere. Easy flow and nice concept. One on one or preschool and up.
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Earl Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
Lines, Squiggles, Letters, Words by Ruth Rocha was actually read to me during an impromptu storytime last week at my volunteer shift!We've had this in store for awhile and, for some odd reason, I thought it was a doodle book!Translated from Portuguese, this picture book charmingly tells the story of a boy who sees pictures he can't quite decipher. Until he learns how to read. He realizes that the confusing images are actually letters! This would be a great book for kids and adults learning how t [...]
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Heather Jo Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
megan summer reading 2017, children's book, picture book, reading, kindergarten, learning to read,
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Nadine Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
Yay! What a fun book about the transformation from looking to seeing using the perspective of a young boy learning to read. Gorgeous artwork- translation from Portuguese
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Jen Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
Ah, those moments when a child shifts to reading letters and words. Beautiful.
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Carly Killian Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
A child who does not yet know how to read sees the world in a series of lines and squiggles. As the child goes to school and learns letters, their way of seeing begins to change.
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Jennifer Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
The story is a progression of events. Great art.
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Avery Ellison Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
Wonderful reminder for what it is like to have early literacy and have the world open up to you. Translates well for all kinds of new concepts. The world opens up to you when you learn to read.
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Shannon Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
This is such a cute book about a little boy learning how to read! If you know a child who is getting frustrated with learning to read, this could be great. It shows the sometimes long process of recognizing letters and words, and the excitement when it finally clicks.
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Mary Lee Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
A charming book by a Brazilian author about how the world comes into focus when we learn to read.
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Kelly Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
This is a wonderful book to introduce children as to what to expect when just learning letter-identification.
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Alyssa Gudenburr Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
I loved this book! It shows how the world changes for children who are learning how to read. At first letters are just squiggles and pictures. As the boy learns his letters he becomes excited he can now read the words around him. The book is a tad too long for classroom read aloud but would be good for home reading with your kindergartner.
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Yesha Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
LOVE THIS BOOK!!!So accurately describes the mystified feeling that little kids have when others make sense of the squiggles and lines and drawings as something called "reading."And then the joy and satisfaction that comes with learning and recognizing letters, like MagicSO GORGEOUS illustrations!!!! <3
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Alex Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
A charming book that encapsulates the joys and the wonder of reading in beautiful colours and pictures. It's perfect for both children and adults because it gives children a sense of accomplishment and it gives adults a chance to reimagine something that is often taken for granted. Beautiful.
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Kim Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
Great book about the progression of reading.
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Allie Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
Fantastic picture book about the process of learning to read!
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Robin Jan 17, 2019 - 19:02 PM
A beautifully illustrated picture book about learning to read.
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Lines, Squiggles, Letters, Words By Ruth Rocha Madalena Matoso Lynn Miller-Lochman A child who has not yet learned how to read looks out at the world and sees language as such a child would as lines and squiggles that don t exactly make pictures but don t seem to make anything else either Then, when the child starts to go to school and begins to learn his letters, his way of seeing begins to change.Ruth Rocha is Brazil s most popular children s book auA child who has not yet learned how to read looks out at the world and sees language as such a child would as lines and squiggles that don t exactly make pictures but don t seem to make anything else either Then, when the child starts to go to school and begins to learn his letters, his way of seeing begins to change.Ruth Rocha is Brazil s most popular children s book author Her first book was published in 1976 She has than 130 published titles and has been translated into over twenty five languages.Madalena Matoso studied Communication Design at Lisbon College of Fine Arts and has a graduate degree from the Fine Arts Faculty in Barcelona In 1999, she and three friends created Planeta Tangerina.

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