There Was an Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe

There Was an Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe Jane Cabrera s boldly colored rendition of a favorite rhyme gets an ecofriendly spin This old woman and her household of high spirited children and talented pets are resourceful Together they repair t

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  • Title: There Was an Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe
  • Author: Jane Cabrera
  • ISBN: 9780823435548
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Jane Cabrera s boldly colored rendition of a favorite rhyme gets an ecofriendly spin This old woman and her household of high spirited children and talented pets are resourceful Together they repair their broken furniture, find alternative modes of transportation when the car breaks down and remake worn clothing with colorful patches Sheet music for piano, voice and guiJane Cabrera s boldly colored rendition of a favorite rhyme gets an ecofriendly spin This old woman and her household of high spirited children and talented pets are resourceful Together they repair their broken furniture, find alternative modes of transportation when the car breaks down and remake worn clothing with colorful patches Sheet music for piano, voice and guitar are included in the book.

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    1. Apparently, this 'new' version is all the rage at Neo's school and the librarian got all the kids to enjoy it. I stumbled through most of it as I tried to play it cool, making it through to the end. Neo asked that I pay better attention if I am going to read to him. The KING speaks and the peon listens!

    2. Very cute story and it was interesting story. I like the recycling message. I enjoyed the illustrations as well!

    3. The author wanted to make this a celebration of mothers with a new fun-filled version of the (rather cruel) traditional rhyme. She succeeded and even included a re-use and re-cycle message.

    4. I am a big fan of Jane Cabrera's books. When I picked up this title, I was not disappointed. I enjoy the new twist on an old rhyme and plan to present this at my next storytime.

    5. By far one of our favorite authors. We always enjoy her books. This book is fun, and creative. The illustrations are always top of the line, we enjoy looking at all the little characters on the page.

    6. There was an Old Woman who lived in a shoe:-This book tells the story of a woman who lived in a shoe. She was not alone; she had children and animals that kept her busy. She made stew and fixed clothes and even glued furniture back together. The entire story has rhyming and goofy pictures of all the animals, children and the old woman. There Was an Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe is the perfect book to give any kid a good laugh. -Activity: Discuss the different things inside the shoe. Discuss why [...]

    7. Ever thoughtful and entertaining Jane Cabrera has taken a favorite nursery rhyme and created a surprising happy version of it that emphasizes resourcefulness and above all the warmth of a mother’s love. Now, this wise old woman not only has a slew of children but some animals, too. When the young ones were hungry she made them a stew of vegetables and coconut, when the car broke down they rode a gnu, when clothes were beginning to look tacky she mended them with bright patches that the littl [...]

    8. Jane Cabrera takes the classic rhyme There Was an Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe and instead of casting the old woman in distress, she uplifts her with wit and love. Instead of “not knowing what to do” the old woman is resourceful and creative. What’s even better is she always has love to give to all of her animals and children when she fixes a problem. Cabrera also updated the image of the old lady and the world she lives in. Painted with saturated colors, the images are vibrant and warm, [...]

    9. Most youngsters will be familiar with the plight of that old woman whose house was an overcrowded shoe. In this version, with an eco-friendly and compassionate slant, she never panics but just finds alternative ways to travel and repair their clothing with adorable patches and the furniture with the right tools. The last page showing her holding all those children closely is a sweet reminder that love can often trump not having lots of stuff. The illustrations consist of lively acrylics and coll [...]

    10. The old lady who lives in the shoe clearly believes in adoption of both children and pets, and the thrift that a full house (or shoe) requires. In this remake of the classic nursery rhyme, Jane Cabrera shows us an old woman with a multi-racial household that includes both children and clothed animals. When things go wrong--the car breaks down, clothes get ragged, or the furniture breaks she and her family improvise, repair, and make do. This is a bouncy rhyming text that leaves the rhyme to the [...]

    11. The old woman in a shoe isn't quite what the other song describes. She loves her hodgepodge collection of children and animals, scrapes by with love and stews and glue, and keeps her charges well cuddled and kissed. We have no idea how she came by her assortment of charges, but she loves them and they love her.Cabrera's palette of bright colors paired with the cast's cherubic round faces brings extra warmth and coziness to this cheerful retelling of the classic nursery rhyme.

    12. Delightful rhyming version of this well told tale, with appealing, active illustrations (the old woman's apron has a pocket with all sorts of practical tools)e makes a stew with coconut, takes them on a ride on a gnu, repairs tatty clothes, glues broken furniture and always kissed her children lovingly. think of the fun you can have thinking up new problems to solve and rhyme.Fun all around.

    13. A new spin on an old favorite. Recycle and reuse is this family's way. They find a way to made it work with broken furniture, a broke down car and worn out clothes. Nothing can keep them down because they are filled with love. It also celebrates Mother's and all the ways they hold the family together, making everything right, kissing them and loving them up. A delightful read and one I cannot wait to share with my classes. 4 stars

    14. Families come in all shapes and sizes, and this gentle retelling of a traditional nursery rhyme celebrates the love and resourcefulness of an old woman caring for her large and diverse family. Unlike in the traditional rhyme, this old woman always knows what to do, solving problems sometimes in a practical way and sometimes in a silly way, but always with a loving kiss or cuddle.

    15. This retelling of the classic children's rhyme highlights a mother’s resourcefulness and loving care. The old woman who lives in a shoe uses creative means of recycling and reuse to care for her many children and pets. Illustrated with fun, colorful paintings, this is a humorous and sweet story perfect for reading aloud.

    16. There was an old woman. who had a large diverse family of children and pets and a pocket full of tools to tackle any problem. She has rosy cheeks and lots of love to share. Acrylic illustrations with attractive colors give this version of the old nursery rhyme new life.

    17. I appreciated this book and all of the wondrous glory that it produced! The illustrations, the rhyming, the story line Everything was simply wonderful! I am planning on working this book into one of the read aloud sessions or programs within the library. +Book?List

    18. A really cute re-imagining of the Old Woman in a Shoe tale. Classic Jane Cabrera illustrations and an A+ for diversity.

    19. a great illustration of the classic nursery rhyme there was an old woman who lived in a shoe. This book is all about how families can get through and make it work and I loved that message.

    20. An adorable new take on the traditional nursery rhyme. Children will be drawn to the loving mother and her silly and resourceful ways in this charming story.Reviewer 18

    21. Very sweet adaptation of a traditional storytime, the parents thought it was sweet and the kids liked the rhyme. Not the biggest hit for toddlers, but not a bust either.

    22. Audience: Toddlers or PreschoolIllustrations: Classic Jane CabreraPlot / Review: A cute rendition of There was an old woman…Read Aloud: Sure! Especially when you say “Hullabaloo!”

    23. megan spring reading 2016, children's book, picture book, nursery rhymes, fairy tales, sing along, toddler book, prek, kindergarten

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