!!> Read ➳ Deconstructing Penguins ➶ Author Lawrence Goldstone – Diclofenac16.us

Deconstructing Penguins Books Are Like Puzzles, Write Lawrence And Nancy Goldstone The Author S Ideas Are Hidden, And It Is Up To All Of Us To Figure Them Out In This Indispensable Reading Companion, The Goldstones Noted Parent Child Book Club Experts Encourage Grownups And Young Readers Alike To Adopt An Approach That Will Unlock The Magic And Power Of Reading.With The Goldstones Help, Parents Can Inspire Kids Lifelong Love Of Reading By Teaching Them How To Unlock A Book S Hidden Meaning Featuring Fun And Incisive Discussions Of Numerous Children S Classics, This Dynamic Guide Highlights Key Elements Theme, Setting, Character, Point Of View, Climax, And Conflict And Paves The Way For Meaningful Conversations Between Parents And Children Best Of All, The Goldstones Note, You Don T Need An Advanced Degree In English Literature Or Forty Hours A Week Of Free Time To Effectively Discuss A Book With Your Child This Isn T Crime And Punishment, It S Charlotte S Web.

!!> Read ➳ Deconstructing Penguins  ➶ Author Lawrence Goldstone – Diclofenac16.us
  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Deconstructing Penguins
  • Lawrence Goldstone
  • English
  • 16 April 2017
  • 0812970284

    10 thoughts on “!!> Read ➳ Deconstructing Penguins ➶ Author Lawrence Goldstone – Diclofenac16.us


  1. says:

    To let you know where I m coming from, I m a homeschool parent, I studied literature in college, and I m a writer And this book made me want to run headfirst into the nearest wall.The Goldstones premise is that when an author writes a book, they start out by thinking of some moral lesson they want to impart, then create a plot around it If kids are trained like dogs to sniff out the protagonist, antagonist, setting, climax, and other stuff that makes me sleepy, they can then peel all that awa To let you know where I m coming from, I m ...


  2. says:

    The authors are book collectors who have been conducting a popular parent child book club series in a public library in Connecticut This book describes their experience with the book clubs and shares their program Each chapter incorporates brief summaries of the books they shared at their meetings and a description of how they focused their discussion to help readers think critically about the books They lean very heavily on classic titles for young people, and they take issue with the premis The authors are book collectors who have been conducting a popular parent child book club series in a public library in Connecticut This book describes their experience with the book clubs and shares their program Each chapter incorporates brief summaries of the books they shared at their meetings and a description of how they focused their discussion to help readers think critically about the books They lean very heavily on classic titles for young people, and they take issue with the premise popular in some circles that it doesn t matter what young people read so long as they do read They choose books with strong messages or important questions they layer in ambiguities and complexities for older children Deconstructing Penguins, the book s main title, referen...


  3. says:

    Love this idea of a Book Detective book club Wish I was taught to read and critique books in this way I ve always had troubles taking a book to the next level after comprehension I love how the children and parents particip...


  4. says:

    I think the subtitle of this book is uninformative, a lost opportunity to really tell people what it s about Parents, kids, and the bond of reading Sounds lovely But what does it MEAN People, this book is awesome It s about teaching kids to be book detectives, how to find out what a book is REALLY about It teaches you how to gu...


  5. says:

    A great inspiration for parent kid book club It makes the kids think and teaches them how to interpret what the author is talking about This book will definitely help me have meaningful book discussions with my kids.


  6. says:

    The best part is that every September, the experience renews itself brb, sobbing.


  7. says:

    If you are not yet involved with a parent and child reading group this book is going to make you want to begin one or join one Not only that, it s going to put plenty of tools in your belt to pull it off with success I loved all the examples they used Admittedly I was surprised at some of their selections, but I am duly persuaded that they will all work if approached as presented here.In fact, one afternoon my sixteen year old mentioned that she needed to write an essay on agency or free If you are not yet involved with a parent and child reading group this b...


  8. says:

    This book takes you through protagonist and antagonist characters it s deeper andsubtle than I ever realized , how to discover a fiction author s reason for writing a book, how to run a parent child bookclub, AND a bunch of individual books that they love to read with elementary age school kids and why I really love booklists I didn t know Jack London was a socialist These authors say that Buck going to be head of the wolf pack was London s way of saying that employees are suppressed a This book takes you through protagonist and antagonist characters it s deeper andsubtle than I ever realized , how to discover a fiction author s reason for writing a book, how to run a parent child bookclub, AND a bunch of indiv...


  9. says:

    This is a great how to book for leading book discussions, especially with children It is neat to learn from books at multiple levels I can see how discussing the books we read can really make the impact they have on our livessolidified and applicable.I was also impressed that book discussions with children AND parents together can have an even greater impact.One statement that really stood out was that it DOES matter WHAT children read Some say that it doesn t matter what kids read as l This is a great how to book for leading book discussions, especially with children It is neat to learn from books at multiple levels I can see how discussing the books we read can really make the impact they have on our livessolidified and applicable.I was also impressed that book discussions with children AND parents together can have an even greater impact.One statement that really stood out was that ...


  10. says:

    Returned unfinished It seemed that after the initial few chapters explaining how they got into parent child book groups, each chapter was about a particular book I skimmed the one about The Giver, because I really, really did not like that book They very simply, yet t...

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