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My hat

Tony Mitton

My hat

by Tony Mitton

  • 216 Want to read
  • 1 Currently reading

Published by Collins Educational in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementwritten by Tony Mitton ; illustrated by Marc Vyvyan-Jones.
SeriesCollins pathways
ContributionsVyvyan-Jones, Marc.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20936619M
ISBN 100003010546

  Buy a cheap copy of I Want My Hat Back book. A picture-book delight by a rising talent tells a cumulative tale with a mischievous bear s hat is gone, and he wants it back. Patiently and politely, he Free shipping over $Cited by: This cheeky story tells of a small fish who steals a hat from a much larger fish when he is sleeping, but it’s ok because the hat fits the little fish perfectly and there’s no way the big fish will find him or will he? Explore classroom activities, puzzles, teacher resources and enrichment pdfs for this book.

First of all, excuse my imperfect English. I have been writing my book for three years now. Before that, I had two other versions of the story, but I decided to write no more before I figure out the story and the world. As I then felt like I had this fantasy-something story figured out, I began writing. I was and am really lazy with it. Parents need to know that I Want My Hat Back is a Caldecott Honor book by author-illustrator Jon Klassen, who won the Caldecott Medal for This Is Not My Hat and illustrated Extra Yarn, also a Caldecott Honor book. This one's a big hit with kids and grown-ups alike, with a repetitive motif climaxed by a definitive conclusion to the bear's problem (although the violence is not shown).

  The style of his illustrations in This Is Not My Hat, and other books such as House Held Up By Trees have a flat, retro feel, with colours (in the fish and plants) evoking the autumnal paintings of Andrew Wyeth. This is an unusual choice for a story set in an ocean environment, but the subdued earth-tones work beautifully, especially against. It also has a special place in my library as the first book I read my younger nephew (over skype shortly after it was published) and one of the first books he ever asked for by name. I will continue to enjoy reading "Hat Back" to him as long as he continues to ask for it to be read/5(82).


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My hat by Tony Mitton Download PDF EPUB FB2

Jon Klassen created illustrations for the popular series The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place and served as an illustrator on the animated feature film Coraline. His illustrations for Caroline Stutson's Cats Night Out won the Governor General Award in I Want My Hat Back is the first book he has both written and by: A picture-book delight by a rising talent tells a cumulative tale with a mischievous twist.

The bear’s hat is gone, and he wants it back. Patiently and politely, he asks the animals he comes across, one by one, whether they have seen it. Each /5. The first book in Jon Klassen's Hat trilogy 'A marvelous book in the true dictionary sense My hat book 'marvel': it is a wonderful and astonishing thing, the kind of book that makes child laugh and adult chuckle, and both smile in appreciation.

A charmingly wicked little book.' —The New York Times Book by: 4. Book a demo. Discover and source content on the Top Hat Marketplace I created my Top Hat digital textbook to complement how I teach.

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I have an old but "new to me" book to share with you today: This is Not My Hat. I was looking at it in the library yesterday and by the time I got to the last page I knew this would be a winner with younger children. Head-body-legs: We start from the top of the head.

1p.6Sc. The book spent more than forty weeks on The New York Times Best Seller list and the combined sales of it and I Want My Hat Back were more than million copies.

[5] [19] The book appeared on several best of children's books of lists including Publisher's Weekly [20] and Entertainment Weekly.

Jon Klassen is the author-illustrator of I Want My Hat Back and This Is Not My Hat, the only book to ever win both the Kate Greenaway and Caldecott also illustrated Mac Barnett's Extra Yarn and served as an illustrator on the animated feature film Coraline.

His illustrations for Caroline Stutson's Cats Night Out won the Governor General's Award in Reviews: K. Written and Illustrated by Jon Klassen. The bear’s hat is gone, and he wants it back. Patiently and politely, he asks the animals he comes across, one by one.

A guided reading or interactive read aloud lesson plan AND readers theater scripts for the fiction mentor text book I Want My Hat Back by Jon Klassen. This book is also available in Spanish titled Yo quiero mi gorro. Activities and readers theatre scripts are in English and 2.

Watch Ian Nicholson and Samuel Wilde’s puppet-filled adaptation of Jon Klassen’s beautiful picture book ‘I Want My Hat Back’. Little Angel Theatre is proud t. A picture-book delight by a rising talent tells a cumulative tale with a mischievous twist.

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He wants his hat back. My hat is gone. I want it back. Have you seen my hat. I haven't seen your hat. Thank you anyway. Have you seen m. Jon Klassen is the creator of the Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor Book and New York Times Book Review Best Illustrated Children’s Book of the Year I Want My Hat Back.

He is also the illustrator of Caroline Stutson’s Cats’ Night Out, winner of the prestigious Governor General’s Award for : Candlewick Press. “My hat is gone. I want it back.” A bear’s quest for his missing hat has him asking one animal after another.

“Have you seen my hat?” The fox hasn’t seen it. The frog hasn’t seen it. Turtle, snake, possum—no one has seen his hat. And then, there’s the rabbit. “I haven’t seen it. I haven’t seen any hats anywhere.

I would. This guide consists of discussion questions and classroom extension activities that can be used when reading, teaching, or discussing I Want My Hat Back, This Is Not My Hat, and We Found a Hat (together or individually).

Jon Klassen’s hat trilogy allows readers to think about literary components such as author’s craft, character traits, and text features and to use reading. A lonely hat maker uses quirky creativity to make friends in this delightful picture book that will charm readers young and old.

Brimsby is a happy hat maker—until his best friend goes off to find adventure at sea. The book achieved considerable commercial success, spending 48 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list.

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Fans of Jon Klassen's award-winning I Want My Hat Back () will be happy to have another low-key but subversively funny adventure involving a wild creature and a hat.

The minimalist illustrations tell so much, with the doomed reality often in contrast with the little fish's overconfident narration.

Rewrite the text in the book as direct speech and / or reported speech. What is the difference between them. The book is written in the first person.

Can you rewrite it in the third person. Use the story as the basis of a newspaper report about a stolen hat. Can you find different examples of nouns / adjectives / verbs / adverbs in the text?.

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Starring a unique cast of animals in humorous situations, these award-winning books are certain to grab children’s attention, allowing opportunities for deep discussions and enriching any curriculum.

ABOUT THIS GUIDE.I Want My Hat Back. By Jon Klassen, Jon Klassen. Grades. PreK-K,J. Genre. Fiction. Bear's hat is gone, and he wants it back. Patiently and politely, he asks the animals he comes across, one by one, whether they have seen it. irreverence that will have kids of all ages thrilled to be in on the joke Theodor Seuss.