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A Country Schoolhouse (vuoden 2004 painos)

– tekijä: Lynne Barasch (Tekijä)

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A grandfather relates to his grandson tales of the small country school he attended in the 1940s.
Jäsen:CasieBelaire
Teoksen nimi:A Country Schoolhouse
Kirjailijat:Lynne Barasch (Tekijä)
Info:Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR) (2004), Edition: 1st, 40 pages
Kokoelmat:Oma kirjasto
Arvio (tähdet):***
Avainsanoja:easy, fiction, k-3, grandparents

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A Country Schoolhouse (tekijä: Lynne Barasch)

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The setting was an old country setting that took place in 1940. I was able to see that sometimes people often think that those types of people aren't smart or aren't expected to be smart, but grandpa proved that wrong. I think the book was trying to say never judge a book by its cover and that everyone is capable of being great. ( )
  kechampagne | Feb 12, 2020 |
The book, "A Country Schoolhouse" by Lynne Barasch, has beautiful illustrations that represent the words very well and is about a grandfather telling his grandson a story about when he was in school. He went to a small 3 room school, that held multiple grade levels in a single room, very different most schools today. He talks abodsxut all he learned and how he met his beautiful wife, Kaye, in that small, little school. I like the message that this book sends. This book can teach children that no matter what school you attend, as long as you put your best foot forward, try your best, and accept the things you can't change, Though this story is not about living in the city, going to a school in poverty, it is about a small, rural community of kids who are far from strangers when it comes to work. Each child had a job that they were responsible for at home. For example, some farmed, milked cows, while others helped in the kitchen. Children in poverty or feel that they have a lot of responsibility on their shoulders can take away that no matter the situation, family and education are important. ( )
  Gabrielle21 | Aug 28, 2018 |
This is a great book that describes how the classroom has changed over time. I think this book may help children become grateful for the school that they have in today's day and age. I also enjoyed how the story was told from the grandpas point of view and how the school setting was during his younger days. The illustrations were simple, but helped the reader put an image to what was happening in the story. ( )
  jkl900 | Feb 19, 2018 |
Grandpa tells his story about his school in the 1940s. There were no indoor bathroom facilities. Only outhouses. There wasn't a lunchroom, so the children ate in the classrooms. Over the years, the bathrooms improved. There was one inside now. Grandpa was one of the smartest in his class. Until Kaye came along. Kaye beat Grandpa in two of the four bees they competed in, and Grandpa beat Kaye in the other two. When Grandpa went to the city school, he noticed boys and girls bathrooms were inside and separate. Later, Grandpa and Kaye got married. ( )
  kmparnell | Sep 26, 2017 |
This nonfiction picture book, "A Country Schoolhouse" follows the story of a little boy's grandfather and how going to a country school in a rural area changed his life in a positive way. He describes the changes in the school that shows progression over time: the stove for warmth and a flushing toilet. He learned about many subjects and participated in many sports and even got to skip a grade. Then, one day, a school nearby closed and the students from that school joined them. One of the girls, Kaye, ended up beating him in certain subjects for prizes, which surprised him. After leaving this school, he ends up going to a high school in the city and marries Kaye, ending on a very happy note. Overall, this story captured what going to school was like in the 1940s. It also shows the progression of the schools over time and demonstrates some of the teaching styles. This historical fiction book is great for children to read to learn about how schooling used to be almost 80 years ago. ( )
  goreyes | Sep 8, 2016 |
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