Imatge de l'autor

David Wiesner

Autor/a de Tuesday

19+ obres 17,044 Membres 1,680 Ressenyes 8 preferits

Sobre l'autor

American children's book author and illustrator David Wiesner was born in Bridgewater, New Jersey on February 5, 1956. He graduated with a BFA in Illustration from Rhode Island School of Design. Known for his imaginative work, Wiesner is particularly celebrated for using wordless storytelling in mostra'n més his picture books. His latest picture book is about two artists; it is entitled, Art & Max. "Sector 7" and "Free Fall" are Caldecott Honor Books, while Wiesner won the prestigious Caldecott Medal for "Tuesday" (1992), "The Three Pigs" (2002), and "Flotsam" (2007). Wiesner is only the second person to have won this award three times. (Bowker Author Biography) mostra'n menys
Crèdit de la imatge: Library of Congress

Obres de David Wiesner

Tuesday (1991) 4,519 exemplars
Flotsam (2006) 3,170 exemplars
The Three Pigs (2001) 2,279 exemplars
Free Fall (1988) 1,480 exemplars
June 29, 1999 (1992) 1,242 exemplars
Art & Max (2010) 1,148 exemplars
Sector 7 (1999) 1,116 exemplars
Mr. Wuffles! (2013) 1,013 exemplars
Hurricane (1990) 660 exemplars
Fish Girl (2017) 213 exemplars
I Got It! (2018) 87 exemplars
Gonna Roll the Bones (2004) 55 exemplars
Robobaby (2020) 44 exemplars
Moo! 13 exemplars
Books 1 exemplars
Hab ihn! (2018) 1 exemplars
Veggies 1 exemplars

Obres associades

So You Want to be a Wizard (1983) — Autor de la coberta, algunes edicions3,292 exemplars
Seaward (1983) — Autor de la coberta, algunes edicions691 exemplars
Owly (1982) — Il·lustrador — 573 exemplars
Night of the Gargoyles (1994) — Il·lustrador — 373 exemplars
Ghost Light (1984) — Il·lustrador, algunes edicions212 exemplars
Neptune Rising: Songs and Tales of the Undersea Folk (1982) — Il·lustrador — 57 exemplars
Celebrate Cricket: 30 Years of Stories and Art (2003) — Col·laborador — 43 exemplars
Firebrat (1988) — Il·lustrador — 31 exemplars
Totally Middle School: Tales of Friends, Family, and Fitting In (2018) — Col·laborador — 17 exemplars
Miranty and the Alchemist (1983) — Il·lustrador — 12 exemplars
The One Bad Thing About Birthdays (Let Me Read Book) (1981) — Il·lustrador — 7 exemplars


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Nom oficial
Wiesner, David
Data de naixement
Rhode Island School of Design



This picture book is a twist on the classic fairy tale the Three Little Pigs. There is a change with how the pigs are able to get away from the big bad wolf and make their own story! While moving through the pages and jumping through different fairy tales the pigs are able to meet some friends along the way, to end happily ever after!

I am so happy this book was recommended by my internship director. I was sharing with her about the weeks topic of learning about fairy tales and her first reaction was “you need to read The Three Pigs by Daivid Wiesner.” I am so glad she did! I love when a book is not a direct fairytale.

This book reminds me of The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs by Jon Scieszka and Honestly, Red Riding Hood was rotten: the story of Little Red Riding Hood as told by the wolf by Trisha Shaskan. Both of these stories are a twist on the fairy tale written in a different perspective.
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Booksonthehammock | Hi ha 256 ressenyes més | Feb 8, 2024 |
This book is about a kid who has adventures in his dreams. This would also be a fun 'read' aloud and have multipul spots where we stop and think about what is goin on in the page
stewartj22 | Hi ha 54 ressenyes més | Feb 7, 2024 |
This book would be good for primary or intermediate students. This book is "Flotsam" by David Wiesner, published in 2009. This book is a wordless book, but the pictures say so much. This boy is having a fun day on the beach and an old camera washes up. He gets the film put into pictures and he then looks at all the pictures. He finds pictures of crazy things that happen in the sea and also a picture where every time it washes up, a new person takes a pictures with that same picture and it goes really far back in time. I would definitely use this in my classroom because it would be a good time to introduce books and stop and ask questions about what they infer the pictures mean, what will happen next, etc.… (més)
kcochell23 | Hi ha 516 ressenyes més | Feb 7, 2024 |
1.I would suggest this book to lower elementary or preschool for who you should read this to.
2.This book shows in the middle of the night on a Tuesday the frogs start floating on their lily pads and start exploring the neighborhood. In the end the frogs go back to their home and the humans find the lily pads everywhere on the streets. The last page shows that it is now Wednesday and there are pigs flying.
3.It's a silly book but I would reccomend for a classroom. It is a very silly and entertaining book to a younger student.… (més)
Jennamh8 | Hi ha 339 ressenyes més | Feb 7, 2024 |



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