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The Golden Plate de Bernadette Watts
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The Golden Plate (edició 2014)

de Bernadette Watts (Autor)

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821,753,366 (3.75)No n'hi ha cap
While Isobel is playing with her best friend's beautiful store-bought Doll's House, she becomes intrigued by one of her friend's toys--a small golden plate. But when Isobel takes the golden plate home without asking for permission, she gets more than she bargained for: the plate doesn't look right in her handmade Doll's House, and she feels guilty for having taken her friend's toy. Isobel's supportive mother helps her find a solution that makes Isobel feel better. And on Isobel's next birthday, she is rewarded for following her heart. Bernadette Watts's colorful, delicate illustrations are filled with wonderful details in this charming and thought-provoking story about friendship, sharing, and feelings.… (més)
Membre:AndreaFrench
Títol:The Golden Plate
Autors:Bernadette Watts (Autor)
Informació:NorthSouth Books (2014), Edition: First Edition, 32 pages
Col·leccions:Picture Books, Contemporary Realistic Fiction, 3rd-4th Grade Readers
Valoració:***1/2
Etiquetes:Friendship, Toys

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The Golden Plate de Bernadette Watts

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In my opinion, this book was a good book for first or second grade students to read about not taking things that aren’t yours.
There are two different messages that the author conveys through this book. First off, she conveys that you must not take something that doesn’t belong to you. The second message is about how guilt can tear you up inside as Isobel struggles with her guilt in the story.
I love the overall theme of the book. The book’s illustrations make it seem like the story takes place in the old days when the good old wooden dollhouse was one of the best things to play with. The author does a great job at showing how Isobel’s guilt eats away at her. For example, the sunflowers remind Isobel of the golden plate which is why she confesses to her mother. This book really gets students to think in complex ways because the author doesn’t fully come out with how Isobel is feeling. I believe this a book set in England because the housing. Watts shows her heritage from England in this book as the words used is somewhat different from Standard English which made it enjoyable. An example of this is in England they use Doll’s house instead of a compound word (dollhouse) like Americans use. I wish Watts would have drawn a little suspense at the beginning of the story because she sort of jumped right into the problem and there was nothing leading up to it. Other than that, the book had some great details in which the author was able to convey her message. ( )
  aphelp6 | Feb 22, 2017 |
This story involves two main characters, two little girls named Elisabeth and Isobel. While playing in Elisabeth's dollhouse one day, Isobel sees something she likes, the golden plate, and steals it for herself. The central message of the story teaches the reader that even if you make a mistake, you can always correct it. Once Isobel gets home with the golden plate, she feel very guilty about taking it. She attempts to hide it and get ride of it, but eventually she is overwhelmed with guilt and returns the plate to Elisabeth. Elisabeth is not mad and even tells Isobel she can keep the golden plate. ( )
  AndreaFrench | Feb 10, 2017 |
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While Isobel is playing with her best friend's beautiful store-bought Doll's House, she becomes intrigued by one of her friend's toys--a small golden plate. But when Isobel takes the golden plate home without asking for permission, she gets more than she bargained for: the plate doesn't look right in her handmade Doll's House, and she feels guilty for having taken her friend's toy. Isobel's supportive mother helps her find a solution that makes Isobel feel better. And on Isobel's next birthday, she is rewarded for following her heart. Bernadette Watts's colorful, delicate illustrations are filled with wonderful details in this charming and thought-provoking story about friendship, sharing, and feelings.

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