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If Kids Ran the World de Leo & Diane Dillon
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If Kids Ran the World (edició 2014)

de Leo & Diane Dillon (Autor)

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In text and pictures, this book tells us how much better the world would be, if kids were allowed to run the world.
Membre:Haley_dennis
Títol:If Kids Ran the World
Autors:Leo & Diane Dillon (Autor)
Informació:The Blue Sky Press (2014), 32 pages
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Valoració:*****
Etiquetes:k-3, picture book, all races

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If Kids Ran the World de Leo Dillon

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A group of kids go through life figuring out what needs need to be met and what is most important to them in this complex world, these boys and girls figure out that it is very important to help each other. This story takes place in a colorful treehouse and their goals are to help the hungry, give medicine to the sick, supply safe housing, education, and religion to those in need, and teach people how to treat the world with care. This book is a good book to implement into the classroom because it is a good way to help students realize the bigger picture in the world and that is to help others and surround themselves with positive people. This is a good book to use in a 4-8 classroom because it will teach them about kindness and positive behavior, and how to help others within the classroom. A group of kids go through life figuring out what needs need to be met and what is most important to them in this complex world, these boys and girls figure out that it is very important to help each other. This story takes place in a colorful treehouse and their goals are to help the hungry, give medicine to the sick, supply safe housing, education, and religion to those in need, and teach people how to treat the world with care. This book is a good book to implement into the classroom because it is a good way to help students realize the bigger picture in the world and that is to help others and surround themselves with positive people. This is a good book to use in a 4-8 classroom because it will teach them about kindness and positive behavior, and how to help others within the classroom. ( )
  ashleyhollway | Nov 20, 2020 |
My favorite thing about this book is how relatable it is. At some point every kid wishes they were in charge. A twist in this book that I didn't expect was the changes kids would make. This book shows that kids realizes more than we think. You'd think they'd wish for no school and candy and toys but the first few things mentioned are things about world hunger, bullying, and inclusion. It shows a different side of children. This book would be good for k-3 and they could have a discussion about things they'd change themselves. I think it'd be a great opportunity to get to know your students on a different level. I love that the theme and most important thing of this book is love, so many things are centered around money now. ( )
  Haley_dennis | Apr 27, 2020 |
This book shares topics that children find the most important in this world. It addresses poverty and hunger and ways to help them. It also focuses on the power of love.
  RoxyMagno | Mar 1, 2018 |
Summary: This book describes an ideal world in which children are "ruling" it. It describes a place where there's no judgement, every one loves school, all the teachers are nice, no one is excluded, the world is taken care of, and many more beautiful ideas of what the world could be like if children were in charge.

Critique of Genre: I'm calling this one Fantasy because it's talking about what the world would be like if children ruled. This is fantasy to me because if that were the case, I think it would classify as "supernatural abilities" for those kids who seem to be able to run the entire world!

Age: Primary-Intermediate

Media: Not listed.
  aschoenberg12 | Apr 7, 2017 |
This is a simple book written and illustrated by Leo and Diane Dillon. There is not much to the book in terms on context but, the message is strong. The book is for the younger ages and it is a very easy read but at the same time it is a deep book. The book is told from the point of view of children and things that seem like common sense are not the way it is in life. For example, giving sick people medicine. In the book it says something along the lines if kids ran the world everyone one who was sick would have medicine. Children are so sweet and so innocent and I truly believe if kids ran the world it would be a much better place. The book is just a cute book. The illustrations are also great because ii just love Leo and Diane’s work. There is not much to go into for this book but, the book is just a nice thing to have in the classroom just to remind kids there is good in the world and they can make a difference. In the back of the book the authors include ways the real life children are helping the world be a better place. ( )
  rsheha1 | Mar 29, 2016 |
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