[[ Pdf ]] Exclamation MarkAuthor Amy Krouse Rosenthal – Z55z.co

From the bestselling creators of Duck Rabbit , an exciting tale of self discovery He stood out hereHe stood out thereHe tried everything to be like themIt s not easy being seen Especially when you re NOT like everyone else Especially when what sets you apart is YOUSometimes we squish ourselves to fit in We shrink Twist Bend Until a friend shows the way to endless possibilitiesIn this bold and highly visual book, an emphatic but misplaced exclamation point learns that being different can be very exciting Period


10 thoughts on “Exclamation Mark

  1. Sophia Triad Sophia Triad says:

    We all have an inner exclamation mark.The question is, how to find itThe shy Exclamation Mark finds it s way and it is proud to be different.This is a story of fitting in and at the same time standing out.Excellent book Although it is written for children, I highly recommend it also for any adult who believes that he she somehow does not fit with the rest of the crowd.


  2. Jon Nakapalau Jon Nakapalau says:

    TASTIC


  3. Julie Suzanne Julie Suzanne says:

    A dear friend who inspired me to go after my dream and become a school librarian gave this book to me as a gift I found it on my computer in the library on my first day It s a beautiful allegorical story about standing out and being a leader I love the book, and its presence at my desk always reminds me of how much I appreciate this friend who has also been my coach and cheerleader.


  4. Jessica Jessica says:

    Oh, my goodness This book My 6yo picked it out for his Last Day of School Treat, because his kindergarten teacher had read it to them I had never seen it before After we bought it, the other kids read it to him, and said it was great, but I didn t pick it up myself until about a month ago, and I am in love Such a darling way to explain punctuation, and at the same time it has a great message about just being yourself Love this book


  5. Jenny Jenny says:

    This is a cute and simple book that all ages will love My not yet reader liked looking at the story by herself and understanding it through the pictures before I read it We talked about why the exclamation mark might feel sad being different shown in facial expressions on the dot at the bottom from the periods He tries to fit in and eventually realizes his unique potential.My older kids really like it and got the humor That book is really funny said the 9 year old.


  6. JoEllen Mccarthy JoEllen Mccarthy says:

    I was lucky enough to receive an ARC from Mr Schu The amazing AKR never disappoints Her simple texts have powerful messages that speak to readers of all ages This title is another example of a must have AKR book I can not wait for the book to be released We all have an inner Exclamtion mark


  7. Tasha Tasha says:

    The creators of Duck Rabbit return with another book filled with bold but simple illustrations This book is about an exclamation point that is just trying to be like every other very stable period around him He tries everything to be the same, but it just doesn t work He meets a question mark who is also very different, but he s really bothered by all of her questions So he yells at her to stop Then he tries out other exclamations, realizing that he s suddenly discovered exactly what he s The creators of Duck Rabbit return with another book filled with bold but simple illustrations This book is about an exclamation point that is just trying to be like every other very stable period around him He tries everything to be the same, but it just doesn t work He meets a question mark who is also very different, but he s really bothered by all of her questions So he yells at her to stop Then he tries out other exclamations, realizing that he s suddenly discovered exactly what he s made for An immensely simple book, I really appreciated the occasional zing of puns that kept it from becoming stale The illustrations are done on lined paper giving the entire book a cheery aspect The message is not done heavy handedly, rather it is delivered in a playful and light hearted way This will be welcomed in classrooms as a witty and jolly way to discuss punctuation Expect the exclamation mark kids in the class to find a kindred spirit Appropriate for ages 4 6


  8. Becky Shaknovich Becky Shaknovich says:

    This book is very cute and clever However, just as I have noticed with other Amy Krouse Rosenthal titles, children don t really get the humor With this title in particular, because children are just learning how to read and write, they don t really understand the significance of the question mark, exclamation mark, and period For that reason, the personifications of these punctuation marks are probably going to go over their heads Children may still relate to the narrative of not fitting i This book is very cute and clever However, just as I have noticed with other Amy Krouse Rosenthal titles, children don t really get the humor With this title in particular, because children are just learning how to read and write, they don t really understand the significance of the question mark, exclamation mark, and period For that reason, the personifications of these punctuation marks are probably going to go over their heads Children may still relate to the narrative of not fitting in and then coming into one s own In this way, Exclamation Mark is kind of a retelling of the Ugly Duckling Kids may also enjoy shouting things out at the appropriate points in the story


  9. Anna Anna says:

    A great one about being yourself, even if what you are is different from the rest Our preschool class adored this one.


  10. Kathryn (Nine Pages) Kathryn (Nine Pages) says:

    I love the wordplay in this book I think it might go over the heads of the young children who will be reading it, but it certainly made this English major grammar fiend giggle, and I think that it will please parents too The story itself is a good story to be telling children It is a story of a punctuation mark who feels like an outsider in a world of periods He tries to fit in, but he just can t, and that upsets him Then he meets another outsider the question mark The question mark badge I love the wordplay in this book I think it might go over the heads of the young children who will be reading it, but it certainly made this English major grammar fiend giggle, and I think that it will please parents too The story itself is a good story to be telling children It is a story of a punctuation mark who feels like an outsider in a world of periods He tries to fit in, but he just can t, and that upsets him Then he meets another outsider the question mark The question mark badgers exclamation mark, and exclamation mark tells him to STOP Question mark likes exclamation marks emphasis and exclamation mark begins to experiment with what he can do He becomes excited He goes to show off himself to the periods, who love him as well for what he can do In short, this is a story of discovering your own, unique abilities, loving yourself for them, and being loved for them.With bright colors and simple drawings, it will quickly capture the eye.I d also like to take this moment to say that while I appreciate this story, exclamation marks should be used sparingly, particularly outside of dialogue