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Maya's Blanket/La Manta de Maya

de Monica Brown

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11526186,282 (4.5)No n'hi ha cap
"When a little girl's cherished baby blanket becomes old and worn, it is made into a dress, and over the years it is made into even smaller and smaller items, eventually ending up as a bookmark and inspiring the creation of a book. Includes an author's note and a glossary"--
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I loved this book. I loved how Maya used the original blanket and slowly turned it into a variety of different things that lasted through out her life. While she learned how to sew with her grandma remaking new things she gained a new skill that she is able to past down with her daughter.
  mackenziemitchell | Nov 14, 2020 |
Maya's Blanket was a sentimental book about a grandma and her granddaughter. Maya's grandma stitched her a blanket with blue and green all over with purple butterflies. She held this blanket very close to her heart and slept with it every night, but as time went on it began to wear down. She then helped her grandma turn it into other things each time it got worn down- a skirt, a scarf, a book holder etc. At the end she loses her book holder and decides to make a book of her memories with the blanket and all the different things her Abuelita made it into. She the shares the book with her daughter when she gets older. The language was different from most books, because the book is a bilingual book and not only includes English, but also the Spanish translation on the opposite page. I think this is a great aspect of the book and adds so much to the book. Grandparents who may not speak English can then read to their grandchild and they will both understand and the child can learn/practice both languages. Maya's Blanket has a strong message; valuing something special to you so much you want to keep it forever. ( )
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This is the story of a treasured blanket, that becomes a dress, then a skirt, then a scarf etc. It also has Spanish words for children to learn, and is actually a true story. I especially appreciate the author's note about repurposing objects so they can still be used and appreciated. Diaz vivid illustrations and dynamic figures make this an ideal book for story time. ( )
  lisaladdvt | Jun 29, 2019 |
Little Maya has a special blanket that Grandma stitched with her own two hands. As Maya grows, her blanket becomes worn and frayed, so with Grandma’s help, Maya makes it into a dress. Over time the dress is made into a skirt, a shawl, a scarf, a hair ribbon, and finally, a bookmark. Each item has special, magical, meaning for Maya; it animates her adventures, protects her, or helps her in some way. But when Maya loses her bookmark, she preserves her memories by creating a book about her adventures and love of these items. When Maya grows up, she shares her book—Maya’s Blanket - La manta de Maya—with her own little daughter while snuggled under her own special blanket. Inspired by the traditional Yiddish folk song “Hob Ikh Mir a Mantl” (“I Had a Little Coat”), this delightful bilingual story puts a child-focused, Latino spin on the tale of an item that is made into smaller and smaller items. Maya’s Blanket/La manta de Maya charmingly brings to life this celebration creativity, recycling, and enduring family love. In my option this is a good book because it shows children you are never to old to grow out of your favorite and most comforting things which is something many children don't learn. As she grow her blanket gets turned in to new things she can keep with her. I think that the big idea for this book is to never let go of what calms you and makes you happy. If if get damaged fix it or make into something new to keep with you. ( )
  kkale1 | Apr 12, 2019 |
Maya had a favorite blanket. She knew it had magical powers. It was a manta her “abuelita stitched for her when Maya was just a baby.” When it became frayed, she and her grandmother remake it into a dress, and then into a skirt, and then a shawl, and then a scarf, and then a ribbon, and finally a bookmark. And when the bookmark disappeared, Maya made her memories of it into a book to read to her daughter and pass on the magic. ( )
  MaowangVater | Mar 16, 2018 |
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