Read Inside a Barn in the Country: A Rebus Read-Along Story by Alyssa Satin Capucilli Free Online
Book Title: Inside a Barn in the Country: A Rebus Read-Along Story|
The author of the book: Alyssa Satin Capucilli
ISBN 13: 9780590469999
Date of issue: March 1st 1995
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 517 KB
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Reader ratings: 7.2
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Yet another book that is based upon the tune of "The House That Jack Built" although following the events and problems made by the inhabitants of a farm. And unlike other books that follow the same tune children are introduced to a new format of reading in which a picture replaces the more popular word read to them so that way children are introduced to the creature instead of the word.
At the same time the reader or audience gets an idea of the sounds that those same farm animals make thus allowing not only the creature to be recognized by their picture but also by the sound. At the same time the reader is also given a chance to see how one creature can influence another and the domino fall of cause-and-effect.
Although I wasn't a fan of the cartoonish presentation of the characters in the book they may still attract younger audiences, especially with the bright colors.
Definitely a fun book and one that will get the attention of young readers who either love animals or enjoy life on the farm.
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Read information about the authorAlyssa Satin Capucilli was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1957. She graduated from Sarah Lawrence College, and pursued her interest in dance, becoming a professional dancer and dance instructor. Though Capucilli had written stories, poems, and even puppet shows as a child, she didn't consider a career as a writer until after her own two children were born. To this day she sees herself as both a dancer and a writer, and the two professions complement each other nicely: dancing is, in her words, “telling stories in another way,” and readers of her children's books can attest to the rhythm of her language. Since 1994, she has written more than 15 books for children, and her work has been translated into French, Hebrew, Afrikaans, Greek, and Bulgarian.
Capucilli lives in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, with her husband and children. They have a chocolate Labrador retriever named Huckleberry, who likes to watch the author at work.