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I Wanna New Room de Karen Kaufman Orloff
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I Wanna New Room (edició 2010)

de Karen Kaufman Orloff, David Catrow (Il·lustrador)

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Through a series of brief letters to his parents, Alex presents all the reasons why he should not have to share a room with his younger brother.
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Títol:I Wanna New Room
Autors:Karen Kaufman Orloff
Altres autors:David Catrow (Il·lustrador)
Informació:Putnam Juvenile (2010), Hardcover, 32 pages
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I Wanna New Room de Karen Kaufman Orloff

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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
I WANNA NEW ROOM is a hilarious book in which a little boy and his dad write letters back and forth to each other. Ethan has a new sister and has been forced to share a room with his brother. Because of this, he is trying desperately to convince his dad to give him a new room. The exchanges between him and his dad are so entertaining and I believe a lot of children (an adults) can relate to it. This book would be a great read as a mentor text for letter writing and perhaps for persuasive writing too. I found the letters between Ethan and his father to be so seemingly authentic, cute and funny. Even the illustrations in this book were hilarious and I love the art style. ( )
  chunter3 | Feb 21, 2019 |
An endearing story that goes through the argument between a sone and his mom on the reasons he wants a new room. Good mentor text for opinion/argument pieces as this writing models speaking to an audience, giving reasons for your thinking, and interesting closing statements.

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  JoanAxthelm | Aug 4, 2017 |
In my opinion, this is a great book for a classroom for many reasons. First, the style of writing is not a traditional book. The characters communicate through hand written letters they leave for each other and this acts as the point of view for the story. This was very eye catching for me, and I’m sure it will be for elementary school children. The vocabulary from the boys writing to the fathers writing changes to show sophistication. The closing of the letter ends with a word that explains how the writer of the letter is feeling. This is a way to broaden the vocabulary of the child reading the story. This also helps the child make a connection the feelings the author is portraying and a word.

The style of the writing also changes. The boys writing is curlier and the fathers writing is more like a type writer. Many parents do have a neater, clearer, more professional hand writing.

The overall problem of sharing a room because a baby is born is a very common dilemma many children experience. This book shows the insight of what a brother might say in order to get their own room and how brothers can be a pain.

Every child has dreams of having an epic room and their parents always say no to. This book shows a compromise between the child and parent. The illustrations in the book are colorful and bold and catch the reader’s attention. The boy in the story is very dramatic and makes up stories about his brother to get his own room. I am sure many readers can relate.
  jbarro3 | Feb 7, 2015 |
Alex, young boy does not want to share room with little brother. So he decides to write well detailed and specific message to his father. Graphics are cool and illustrations are exaggerated. The dynamic between the father and Alex is cool because the system of communication is great example of literacy and a strategy for conflict resolution. I believe the author has other similar books revolving around boy facing the idea of sharing within family unit. ( )
  Adrian.Gaytan | Sep 1, 2014 |
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