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Folks Call Me Appleseed John (vuoden 1998 painos)

– tekijä: Andrew Glass (Tekijä)

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A fictionalized account describing how John Chapman was joined in the western Pennsylvania wilderness by his half-brother Nathaniel, who was unprepared for John's spartan lifestyle and unusual ways.
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Teoksen nimi:Folks Call Me Appleseed John
Kirjailijat:Andrew Glass (Tekijä)
Info:Yearling (1998), 48 pages
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This book was fantastic! I really felt that it was true to the traditional literature story just retold by this author. The writing style was wonderful. I felt that it really flowed well. Additionally it was sequenced and timed appropriately to where not to much time was spent on one part of the story and nothing felt to rushed either. Overall I was really impressed with the writing style and felt that it was written in a way that really would lend itself to oral storytelling which is wonderful because that is where it originated. I really loved the illustrations in this book. They at extremely simple and that really adds to the way the story is told and the "feeling" it has. The illustrations were really able to tell the story for new readers and supplement the words for those who are stronger in reading. The main purpose of this book is to entertain the readers. ( )
  slee74 | Oct 6, 2016 |
Many people don't know that the real Johnny Appleseed, John Chapman, was quite a tale spinner. One story John loved to tell was about the time his half brother, Nathaniel, came to live with him. Nathaniel, who was used to a comfortable life in Massachusetts, was not exactly well suited for rough living in the wilderness of northwestern Pennsylvania with his free-spirited brother. He certainly did not expect to find John dressed in a burlap sack with a mush pot on his head, living in a hollow sycamore tree. John had to bail Nathaniel out of trouble more than once.
  wichitafriendsschool | Mar 25, 2016 |
Folks Call Me Appleseed John is about the legend of Johnny Appleseed. The main point of the book is to demonstrate perserverence and kindness. This book has very rustic illustrations, which I like. This type of illustration enhances the story. I really liked how in depth the story went. The legend that I knew was basically "Johnny Appleseed planted apple trees everywhere." This story goes into how John's half brother came to live with him, how they lived, and how John treated animals and Native Americans. I would recommend this book to other people because it was so good. I also like how at the end of the book it has a more detailed history of John. ( )
  mfurth1 | Feb 24, 2016 |
This light hearted tale of Appleseed John introduces children to historic facts such as the settlement at Fort Pitt and the settler named John Chapman while adding in fun exaggerated facts that make the story more exciting for children of all ages. The pictures in this story do an excellent job at complimenting the story as well as being accurate to the time period through their rough quality. There are also maps and notes in the back to help students with the historical facts of the book. I also feel the character of Appleseed John himself was very accurately portrayed in this book showing his independence and loving nature. The book also does an excellent job at showing the character of Nathan who was not as comfortable in the outdoor environment John chose to make his home and clung to luxuries more than John ever did. I enjoyed how the author showed Johns loving spirit through his interactions with his brother but also his interactions with animals throughout the story and his willingness to help anyone who came along. The overall message of this book is that we can live and work in cooperation with nature rather than just taking from it. This excellent message will reach all generations. ( )
  ccarpe13 | Sep 24, 2015 |
I did not like this book at all. The first reason I did not like it is because of the pictures. The illustrations were done in such a way that they were old fashioned, looked like a painting, and you could not make things out clearly. Many of the illustrations were smudged together. The second reason that I did not like the book is because it started out very slow and did not catch my attention. The big idea of this book is that sometimes folktales do not always give us the full perspective and we need to search out other books to find other perspectives. ( )
  nsnide1 | Mar 12, 2015 |
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