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de Janet Stevens, Susan Stevens Crummel
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I LOVED THIS BOOK. She is very creative. Great illustrations, and lots of twists and turns ( )
Summary: Jackalope is about a rabbit who wants to be scary. He always asks his mirror who the scariest of all is and it's never him. He wishes upon a star and a magic fairy comes to him to grant him one wish. This story is about the problems his wish causes and how he finds love and happiness with his normal non-scary appearance.
Personal Reaction: I LOVED this book. Such a cute story line and I loved the random vegetable words they used to replace other words such as "lettuce" in replace of let us. This story can be a good book to keep in the classrooms to help children realize the greatness they have with just being themselves.
1. Have students make an illustration about the good things about themselves and share with the class after reading this story.
2. Have a set of horns(antlers) and to show that lying is bad. Whenever someone lies make them wear it.
This was truly hectic and funny at the same time. It wasn't the frantic rise of action that The Great Fuzz Frenzy was, but still it was well done.
A tale is told of a Hare who was not happy with himself. He wanted to be scary and fierce. He wished on a star and a fairy godrabbit came down from the sky. She granted Jacks wish and gave him horns. The horns got him in trouble and landed him upside-down ready to be cooked by a coyote. When the fairy came to help, the fairydust flew back in her face and she ended up with the horns. In the end Jack saved the fairy and they lived happily with each other. This story was very funny, had clever rhyme and fun illustrations. It teaches one to be happy with who they are. I would use this in self-esteem lesson.. Teaching Theme or Moral.
I love the legend of the jackalopes, so I thought I would really like this story. It seems to be a bit disjointed, though. I get the lesson that it's trying to teach (be yourself/love yourself, etc), but jackalope wasn't really any better off as himself. He could have used his antlers to protect himself when he was a jackalope, or he could have had the speed and agility to escape without the antlers. And the antlers only became a problem because he lied (and they grew, a la Pinocchio); if he hadn't lied, he would have had the protection, speed and agility he needed to protect himself from coyote, yet the lesson about not lying is completely glossed over. Whatever.
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A jackrabbit who wishes to be feared asks his fairy godrabbit for horns and becomes the first jackalope, but there's one condition: he must not tell lies.
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Classificació Decimal de Dewey (DDC)398.2 — Social sciences Customs, Etiquette, Folklore Folklore Folk literature
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