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Skippyjon Jones (2003)

de Judy Schachner

Sèrie: Skippyjon Jones (book 1)

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Skippyjon Jones is a Siamese cat with an overactive imagination who would rather be El Skippito, his Zorro-like alter ego.
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Am I the only person who loathes this book? It makes me cringe. The Spanglish is borderline offensive. Skippyjon is cute, but why do all the chihuahuas have to constantly talk about frijoles and banditos? Ugh, just awful. Maybe I'm hypersensitive due to my proximity to the Mexico border but it just seems really, really ill advised. Please note, I did ask 2 actual Spanish speaking coworkers if they found it offensive and they did not, so it's probably just me. ( )
  readingjag | Nov 29, 2021 |
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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
I knew I had to include this in my entries as this was my absolute favorite book as a child. The writing in this book is very descriptive and engaging. This book also uses a lot of figurative language to paint the picture of what is going on. This book also has great illustrations that keep students engaged. The characters in this book are cats, but they are very well thought out and even show relationships between the characters.The point of view is from a third person outsider and the plot is very organized and yet silly. The story is silly, a cat wanting to be a chihuahua, but I think it delivers great messages. It talks about things like being proud of who you are, as well as following your dreams.
  jwhela2 | May 7, 2020 |
Skippyjon Jones is a magnificent picture storybook that has a Scholastic Readability level of K-2. This story highlights the life of a Siamese cat named Skippyjon Jones. He is constantly imagining himself to be other animals like birds. His mother constantly reminds him that he is a Siamese cat and that he should act like one. However, Skippyjon Jones imagination and desire to explore the cultures around him sends him on an adventure as a Chihuahua in Mexico. Throughout the book, simple Spanish words are mixed in and demonstrated beautifully with explicit, vivid illustrations that will help students deduce their meaning. The connection between the Spanish words and the pictures will help students add words from a different language to their vocabulary by hearing it used in a meaningfully context. If I were to use this story in my classroom, I would encourage the students to look at the pictures and try to figure out what the Spanish word may mean. At the end of the story, Skippyjon Jones acknowledges that he is happy to be a Siamese cat, but loves to explore. Following the story, I would have students choose a new identity. They would pick a name, place to live, food to eat, and things to do. That would help foster their creativity and give them the chance to consider and explore the lives that others live around the world. ( )
  Katie_Morgan | Mar 22, 2020 |
Technically, this book was read to me, rather than me reading it myself! ( )
  Phyllis.Mann | Mar 18, 2020 |
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Para mi familia a la A Better Chance House en Swarthmore: Shayna Israel, Asia Hoe, Patricia Ottley y Julianna Lucre
Especialmente unas gracies a las muchachas hispanas - Marlene Rijo, Erica Pena y Kathleen Regalado - por las lecciones de espanol para El Skippito
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My ears are too beeg for my head. My head ees too beeg for my body. I am not a Siamese cat...I AM A CHIHUAHUA!
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