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One of Each (1997)
de Mary Ann Hoberman
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“One of Each” by Mary Ann Hoberman is a fun story for bedtime and would be great for a guest reader in a classroom. Cute Oliver Toliver is happy with his one of each thing but what happens when he invites a new friend over to his house? One of each doesn’t seem to be quite enough anymore. The colorful visuals in the story give life to little Oliver’s house with fun facial expressions on our animal characters. Readers and children alike with enjoy the rhymes throughout the story with “door” and “floor,” and “sink” with “pink.” This entertaining lesson in friendship and sharing with have children asking for multiple reads. ( )
This story is about a dog that had a house with one of everything inside of it. He has one blanket, and one plate, one fork, etc. He decided one day to go find someone to show is "one of everything" house to. He brought home someone who told him that his house was only good for one person, and not two. So he went out and bought another of everything he had in the house so he could have a house good for two.
Oliver lives alone in a one-of-each house--One plum and one apple, one pear and one peach. But he discovers that two of each is even better because sharing makes room for friends.
51 months - I know we've read this book from the library before but I didn't have it in our Good Reads book shelf. Weird. I wouldn't say this is the most amazon book ever written but the illustrations are cute especially because the dog is a terrier! I had to buy it specifically because the dog looks like our wire fox terriers. :)
Mary Ann Hoberman gives young readers a new way to experience sharing and addition. Oliver has one of everything in his house, because it is just him living there. After inviting a friend over he realizes that sometimes it is better to have two of everything so he can share. This fun and colorful picture book gives readers a chance to see sharing in a real world scenario. By adding one more of everything Oliver can share with his friend.
This story can be a multi-purpose book, because of its ability to first help students understand sharing with its colorful and bright pictures. The talking animals keep readers and students engaged and learning. The book can also be used as a basic start to addition. Starting with one then adding another to have two. Reading aloud with students will help to develop the concepts of sharing and addition.
Reading Level: 4.2
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Oliver Tolliver, who lives alone in his little house with just one of everything, discovers that it is more fun to have two of everything and share with a friend.
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Edicions: 0316366447, 0316367311