Today Is Monday

Today Is Monday String Beans, Spaghetti, ZOOOOP, Roast Beef, Fresh Fish, Chicken And Ice Cream Are The Delicious Fare During The Week In This Popular Children S Song Until Sunday Then, All The World S Children Are Invited To Come Together And Share In The Meal Celebrated Artist Eric Carle Brings New Energy To These Much Loved Verses As Lively Animals Parade Across The Page, Munching On Favorite Dishes, And Introducing Young Readers To The Names Of The Days Of The Week Both Art And Song Invite Children To Join In The Procession And Sing Along

Eric Carle born June 25, 1929 is a children s book author and illustrator, most famous for his book The Very Hungry Caterpillar, which has been translated into over 30 languages Since The Very Hungry Caterpillar was published in 1969, Eric Carle has illustrated than seventy books, many best sellers, most of which he also wrote, and than 71 million copies of his books have sold around

[EPUB] ✻ Today Is Monday By Eric Carle –
  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • Today Is Monday
  • Eric Carle
  • English
  • 24 December 2019
  • 9780698115637

10 thoughts on “Today Is Monday

  1. says:

    I don t get this song I think it s stupid So does my husband Whenever we hear it we look at each other like, What the crap How is this supposed to help us remember the days of the week This book has illustrations to the dumb song My kids liked it Goes to show you how well I can trust their opinions But that s also why I m giving it 2 stars instead of 1 Their opinion does matter even if I don t agree sometimes.But I won t be checking it out again.

  2. says:

    A cute little story that goes through the days of the week and comes with a song you can play if you can read music Would work nice in a music class.

  3. says:

    This is a fun picture book that goes through a sequence of food throughout the week The animals go from eating string beans to ice cream The book is full of bright and colorful animals that eat food throughout the week and then join all of the hungry children at the end of the week I loved that the book included such bright colors The pictures will really stand out to young children and catch their attention I also like that the author used the term ZOOOOOP as one of their meals This is a term that the kids will find funny I also really liked that the book had a fun song at the end to sing with your class.This book could be used with small children when discussing the days of the week Also, it could be used when working on sequencing Students could determine the order of which the food was eaten.

  4. says:

    Today Is Monday was a very fun and silly book for young children The author Eric Carle wants children to discover that reading can be fun and silly This brightly illustrated book takes you through the days of the week and the food that each animal eats Every page is a new animal like am elephant, snake and monkey Each animal is eating something different from the rest At the very end of the book the parrot says all you hungry children come and eat up And following that there s a table full of all the different foods the animals collected and a bunch of hungry children feasting around the table I think this would be a fun book to use in my future classroom during a read aloud.

  5. says:

    One of the first and maybe only picture books my son wants to read on a daily basis all day if I d let him He likes that there are cats throughout, though he sometimes things the fox is a cat Oh well, he s only 14 months so we have time to work on that I highly recommend it He LOVES it I look forward to exploring of Eric Carle s wonderful world with him.

  6. says:

    Eric Carle is fantastic But I do much prefer his animal illustrations to his illustrations of people, especially groups of people Perhaps the style and medium simply lends itself readily to an iconic single shape than complex scenes with people in them I love the cat with the roast beef Great cover.

  7. says:

    Pretty good Eric Carle title that we have at Yongsan SLP Not as simple as Brown Bear, Brown Bear or as beautiful as The Very Hungry Caterpillar but still worthwhile I m embarrassed to say I don t understand why the elephant says, ZOOOOOOOP Is that just the sound he makes when he slurps soup through his trunk

  8. says:

    My husband and 2 year old daughter really like this book, but I find it frustrating to read to her It flows in an odd way and what the heck is zoop Lol Of course like all Eric Carle books, the pictures are beautiful

  9. says:

    My kids loved this book Especially all the big, colorful animals eating different things I don t think they really cared for the story per se, but they loved the pictures LOVED.

  10. says:

    What can I say It s Eric Carle I picked this up at the library because I wanted art inspiration I have always thought Mr Carle s work visually exciting From the Hungry Caterpillar and Angry Ladybug, I was in awe of the way Eric could make his own prints and cut them into amazing pictures The other side of that is his books are so much fun to read aloud to kids Having had a few accidents where crepe paper got wet and left an interesting stain behind Cleaning said stain wasn t fun but I loved how the stain looked though it didn t belong there I realized when I read the first Eric Carle books to my kids that this was crepe paper stains cut and reformed into fantastic illustrations I have learned since that he uses tissue paper to make his own prints Makes me want to play with this method.This book had pictures that looked less like crepe or tissue paper but the visuals didn t disappoint The story was rhythmically satisfying And at the end of the book, the words are placed into a song I think it would be a fun way to teach a little songwriting or other musical lessons So with this book, we get so many things to learn.I didn t miss how inclusive the author was to minorities and the handicapped All done in a sneaky way that most children or adults might not notice But on each reading of this book, the onion can be peeled back to show children new lessons.

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